Young people in Antigua and Barbuda, those between the ages of 9-17-will be given an opportunity this summer to participate in a number of creative disciplines, including Drama Craft, Visual Art, Dance Carnival Arts, and Creative Writing
They are being afforded that opportunity through a Summer in Arts and Culture program, organized by the Department of Culture
Director Khan Cordice states that “one of the main goals is to expand our creative and performing arts community by exposing our youths to a myriad of opportunities over two weeks.
The introduction of “new” concepts and some reimagined ones will bring about a positive change in the cultural arts landscape”.
The Department of Culture says it continues to work towards a culture of excellence and enhancing Antigua and Barbuda’s culture and heritage
The camp, will commence on June 26 and culminate on July 7, 2023, at the Princess Margaret School from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Parents and guardians can register their young creatives at the Department of Culture on on Lower Nevis Street or call (268) 461-5644/562-1724 for further information. The registration fee is $75.00.