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WCC Creative Skills Begins in Trinidad & Tobago

The inaugural WCC Creative Skills training programme for artists and creative practitioners supported by the ACP Cultures+ ACP-EU Support Programme to ACP Cultural Sectors launched in Port of Spain in partnership with the Ministry of Community Development, Culture and the Arts, Trinidad & Tobago on the 16th October 2015 with an intensive weekend workshop session with Mary Helen Young of Visiting Arts, Training Consultant, Kate McBain and C. Brian Williams of Step Afrika!.On Tuesday 20th October, WCC also held the inaugural ACPCultures+ Creative Networks event with the Ministry of Community Development, Culture and the Arts – read about it in The Guardian, Trinidad & Tobago.

See the summary on Storify. Find photos from the training intensive on Facebook and keep up to date with the participants news on WCC. Follow the programme on Twitter using the hashtag #WCCtraining.

You can browse arts practitioners and organisations in the new WCC Directory for Trinidad & Tobago.


WCC Creative Skills Participants, Trinidad & Tobago


Dr. Vijay Ramlal Rai, National Chutney Foundation, Trinidad & Tobago

Elliott Francois, Worldwide Stage Events Ltd.

Ethel Fraser


Giselle Charles, Aunty Gigi

Hayden Smith, Artist and photographer

Khandice Bramble, Fashion First Foundation

Marsha Gomes-McKie, Caribbean Books Foundation

Mtima Solwazi, Cascadoo CNVI

SahFyhr, SahFyhr Henna

Navid Lancaster, Lancast Ltd.

Patrice Briggs, Arts-in-Action

Rayhaan Joseph, Studio 19

Rochelle Armour, Culture and lifestyle writer

Roger Taylor Montano, TAYMO

Stephanie Ramlogan, No More Fashion Victims

Turunesh Raymond, Artist


Foundations Course Participants

Carrie-Ann Kistow

Deneille Giuseppi

Guy Massiah

Juliet Robin

Mary Mac Quan-Mohammed

Salisha Stanley

Tara Bobart

Taromi Joseph

Treldon Layne

Wayne Perrott

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