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Years 2003-2004

 

  • Documentation and handling instructions prepared and presented to all ministries and statutory agencies housing National Art Collection works, May 2003.
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  • 3rd Annual Exhibition titled “(Re)View” held at the Queen’s Park Gallery during Cultural Heritage Month. Produced the exhibition catalogue in collaboration with the Zemicon Gallery May 2003.
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  • 1st Visual Arts Forum held in collaboration with the National Cultural Foundation. The Vision and Action Plan was an output to guide artists and national institutions in the development of sustainable livelihoods in the arts. The outcomes from the activity were submitted to the Prime Minister’s Task Force on the Cultural Arts. June 2003.
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  • First Artist-in-Residence with Guyanese artist Philip Moore November 2003.
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  • Hosted the 37th Annual AICA International Congress, including panel discussion on Curatorship in partnership with AICA Southern Caribbean, National Cultural Foundation and associates in Martinique November 2003.
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  • Hosted 4 exhibits simultaneously with the AICA International Congress of national and regional art at 3 exhibition sites - Frank Collymore Hall, Zemicon Gallery, Barbados Arts Council and Queen’s Park Gallery. The exhibits featured Amerindian wood carvings, urban sculptures from Haiti, works from the Barbados National submission to the 4th Biennial of Caribbean Art in Santo Domingo, popular art in Barbados along with paintings and sculptures by Barbadian artists November 2003.
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  • 2 Barbadian artists commissioned to produce works to celebrate the 375th Anniversary of Bridgetown, November 2003.
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  • Pastperfect Database installed for documentation of works in the National Collection; database input and updating continued.
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  • Conservation and restoration programme for National Collection works implemented.
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  • Site visits and review programme implemented at ministries, institutions and statutory boards housing National Collection works.
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  • NAGC sponsorship for ArtsEtc continues.
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  • Research, curatorial and education assistance continued to various institutions.
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  • Appropriate care and storage overseen of works in the NAGC collection.

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