Click here to read Katrina Marshall’s contribution to the column About Town, Across Country focusing on what it means to be an artist-in-residence by speaking with Fresh Milk’s Katherine Kennedy in the October 30th edition of the e-newspaper Barbados Today.
Click here to read Katrina Marshall’s contribution to the column About Town, Across Country covering the Transoceanic Visual Exchange programme in the October 22nd edition of the e-newspaper Barbados Today.
The co-directors of Alice Yard are pleased to announce that the winner of the inaugural Alice Yard Prize for Art Writing is Stephen Narain, born in the Bahamas and now living in the United States. From the shortlist of five writers, two more have been selected for honourable mention: Katherine Kennedy of Barbados and Nicole Smythe-Johnson of Jamaica. Read more here.
Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros, a platform for debate concerning the immense contributions of Latin America to the world of art and culture, shares the online debate ‘The Tropical: Resistance or Cultural Tourism?‘ featuring input by Fresh Milk‘s Founding Director Annalee Davis.
Click here to read an interview with Fresh Milk conducted by Contemporary And about the work we are doing along with other Caribbean creative spaces and artists, both regionally and reaching the diaspora.
Fresh Milk director, Annalee Davis, and resident artist Thais Francis were both interviewed for the June 10th edition of the Voice of Barbados (VOB 92.9) radio show 630 with David Ellis. Listen to Annalee and Thais’ contribution in the excerpt here.
An article by Fresh Milk‘s Director Annalee Davis was featured in the 2015 edition of Business Barbados‘ annual publication. The piece is titled ‘Supporting the Visual Arts to Enhance National Development‘, and addressed the work that Fresh Milk is doing on this front. Click here to read more.
apexart has announced the four winning proposals for its Franchise Program 2015-16, which accepts ideas for group exhibitions to be presented anywhere in the world. Among this year’s winners is Mother Tongue, the curatorial duo of Tiffany Boyle & Jessica Carden, who undertook a residency at Fresh Milk in January-February 2015. Read more here.
Fresh Milk board member and contributor Natalie McGuire shares a review of the recent exhibition The Place of Silence at the Stal Gallery, Oman. While this show featured work by Middle Eastern artists, McGuire parallels their work with that coming out of the Caribbean. Read more here.
Fresh Milk is pleased to be featured in the information exchange section of Mapping Residencies Issue #2, which focuses on networks.
The visual arts conference, ‘Tilting Axis: Within and Beyond the Caribbean – Shifting Models of Sustainability and Connectivity‘, was held in Barbados on February 27-28, 2015 and was dedicated to forging infrastructure between several independent art organisations and museums operating across the Caribbean, U.S., E.U., and China. Read the press release here.