Unrecognised Affinities: Reflections from Videobrasil
Panel on Hospitality and the Politics of Mobility. Participants from L-R: Annalee Davis, Aaron Cezar, Amilcar Packer and Koyo Kouoh. Image courtesy of Sabrina Moura
Click here to read Annalee Davis‘ reflections on Fresh Milk’s participation in Videobrasil‘s 18th International Contemporary Art Festival originally shared on ARC Magazine.
fresh casa in Barbados Today
Click here to read the press release in Barbados Today about the fresh casa programme in Sao Paulo, organized between Fresh Milk, Casa Tomada and the National Cultural Foundation.
Studio Conversations with Mariam Zulfiqar and Annalee Davis
Annalee Davis, Portrait of a white creole family, Barbados, circa 21st century – Now You See Me, Now You Don’t (2013). Photo credit: Mark King
Fresh Milk is pleased to share the archive of a conversation which took place on August 15th 2013 for CCA Inspire between UK based Christina Millare, visiting curator, Mariam Zulfiqar and Founding Director of Fresh Milk, Annalee Davis.
Connecting the Dots
Meeting the team at Fresh Milk – Annalee Davis, Sheena Rose, Katherine Kennedy and Alicia Alleyne
Click here to read an article by independent curator Sasha Dees about her 2-week residency at Projects & Space in Barbados for ARC Magazine, with particular reflection on emerging artist led initiatives including Fresh Milk, and the challenges of moving forward within the visual art industry.
FRESH MILK’s Presentation for the e-CREATE Barbados Symposium 2013
Shanika Grimes presenting her work. Photo by Mark King
Click here to see more from Fresh Milk’s presentation to the visiting delegation of professionals involved in the Brazilian creative industry as part of the e-CREATE Barbados Cultural Industries Symposium and Showcase 2013.
Fresh Performance Project in Barbados Today – Part 1 & Part 2
Click here for Part 1 and Part 2 of the feature in Barbados Today about the Fresh Performance Project.
Creative Collaboration – Announcing Local Residents 2013
Click here to read the announcement of Fresh Milk’s local resident artists for the year 2013 in Barbados Today.
Atkinson and Whittle : Gender Stereotype Dissolution in Barbados
Alberta Whittle, Gals dem ah bubble, 2012
Click here to read Natalie McGuire‘s article ‘Gender Stereotype Dissolution in Barbados‘ for the AICA Caraïbe du Sud online blog discussing gender representation in the Caribbean.