Saturday, March 23, 2019

New kids on the block

Changes in climate in recent years mean that new wine regions are gradually emerging all over the world, in places we might never have imagined possible to produce wine just a few years ago 

A disconnect that needs repairing

The glory days of Cayman’s past are gone, according to Education Minister Rolston Anglin, speaking at the recent Cayman Islands National Youth Development Symposium which brought together students, teachers and government as well as others interested in the sustainable development of Cayman’s youth.

A feast for Christmas

Jacques Scott and the Journal make their annual homage to the Christmas season with a fresh look at some wonderful wines for you to enjoy along with the all-important festive spread. Business Editor, Lindsey Turnbull reports. 

Bold new artwork from David Bridgeman

A brand new collection of David Bridgeman’s inimitable art stands colourfully in the reception of Evolving Islands and SteppingStones, two floors above Fidelity’s brand new Financial Centre on the West Bay Road/Esterley Tibbetts highway.

Ups and downs

Last month an amazing print by Picasso was auctioned on artnet for a mere US$15,000. Produced at the age of eighty-seven, Vieillard Fantasmant is conspicuously erotic in title and inspiration. I concluded that I could never be an artist unless I stop dreaming of saving dinner leftovers in exciting new storage boxes.

More photography from the Shutterbug

The Camera Store’s Shutterbugs summer camp run gave youngsters from the age of 8 to 16 years the chance to develop a keen interest as the Camera Store’s experts helped demystify the art of photography.
 

Charlotte Walton

Main Article:More photography from the ShutterbugsThe Shutterbug activity was very good as it taught me how to take better photos which I like to...

Featured Shutterbugs of the month

Syrena PowellMain Article: More photography from the ShutterbugsI attended The Camera Store’s Shutterbugs camp twice during the summer.  My favourite part of the camp...

UP and OUT at the National Gallery

Street art has been defined as the voice of the streets.  It began as a medium for the disenfranchised, a way for those on the fringes of society to have their voices heard, and has grown to become a powerful art form capable of regenerating communities, challenging and entertaining people for a positive social purpose ... 

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