Artists, storytellers, singers, musicians, cooks, dancers, astronomers, jewelry makers and young entrepreneurs were among the many talented individuals at the Harquail Theatre grounds Saturday for the annual Red Sky at Night.
The event, hosted by the Cayman National Cultural Foundation, is part of the yearly Cayfest arts festival and showcases the work of Cayman’s creative arts community.
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