Traditional Caymanian skills, as well as local arts, crafts and music, were on display as Cayman National Museum celebrations spilled out onto the streets on Saturday.
The museum took over part of Harbour Drive for its 25th anniversary festivities.
An eclectic mix of talents were on display. Traditional catboat makers, like Kem Jackson, and thatch-worker Marlena Anglin were on hand to show some of the work that represent Cayman’s history.
Pop-art group Stoak’d and acoustic singer-songwriter Maeve added a modern flavor.
The Big Ole Looky Ya event takes place every year to celebrate the museum’s anniversary.