Fresh Milk is committed to a number of creative initiatives and partnerships locally, regionally and internationally, constantly developing new projects to stimulate the artistic environment.
Examples of Fresh Milk’s programming and projects can be found below:
Fresh Milk and Fresh Art International are pleased to share Fresh Talk: Caribbean, a series of podcasts about creativity in the 21st century with a Caribbean focus
FRESH STOPS is a collaborative project with Adopt A Stop, Barbados, to commission original artwork for benches which have been popping up around the island
Our public gallery the Fresh Milk ArtBoard rotates new commissioned artworks by young Barbadian artists
Fresh Milk is involved in a number of community outreach programmes through our various initiatives and residencies, including beautification mural projects, workshops and artist talks
Fresh Milk Books the virtual space for critical interaction with the Colleen Lewis Reading Room
An official map and guide to art spaces in the Caribbean region
CARIBBEAN LINKED is an annual regional residency programme organized by Ateliers ’89 Foundation in collaboration with ARC Inc. and The Fresh Milk Art Platform Inc.
Working between the Caribbean, Africa and Polynesia, Transoceanic Visual Exchange (TVE) aims to negotiate the in-between space of our cultural communities through video and new media work.
International Artist Initiated is a programme of exhibitions and events devised by the David Dale Gallery to coincide with the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.
The inaugural two-day conference ‘Tilting Axis: Within and Beyond the Caribbean – Shifting Models of Sustainability and Connectivity’ was held at The Fresh Milk Art Platform, Barbados on February 27-28, 2015
Fresh Milk has worked with the Brazilian art and residency space Casa Tomada on a number of occasions to develop programming between Barbados and Sao Paulo
Fresh Performance: Contemporary Performance Art in New York City and the Caribbean
Series of interviews done by Fresh Milk in collaboration with the Insituto Buena Bista (IBB) in Curaçao