They say it takes a village to raise a child, and in the case of local film “Luna’s Ring,” shot entirely in Cuba, the filmmakers are hoping a village will fund them to bring their project to life.
Not everyone is a fitness buff, particularly those not blessed with natural athleticism.
Cayman Islands Craft Market has been given a fresh new look as part of a rebranding initiative.
A team of nine from the Cayman Islands and their national director, Antonio Dennis, have been performing at the World Championship of Performing Arts over the past week.
Team Cayman is bringing vocalists, dancers, models and actors to the World Competition of Performing Arts. The Caymanian talent doesn't stop there; KAABOO is making a call for local performers to participate in the festival.
Over a number of years, the Walkers Art Club has been exposing young artists to an assortment of styles and media to deepen their understanding of art and how it can influence their lives.
The auditions are over, the rehearsals have been completed, and now the Cayman Islands team of performers is ready to head to Los Angeles for the World Competition of the Performing Arts.
Just over a year ago, executive chef Steven Shienfield and his partners at Marketstreet Group became aware of a vacant space in Galleria Plaza on West Bay Road. They immediately saw the potential to add to their portfolio of island-wide restaurants.
The KAABOO organizers are keen to include local talent on the bill, and to that end, have put out a call for performing artists and bands to apply for a spot on stage. This is their chance to play a 30-minute set of their original music in front of thousands of people.
According to the Oxford Dictionary, a millennial is “a person reaching young adulthood in the early 21st century.” This is the generation that would probably struggle with what to do with a DVD; and a VCR? Fuggedaboutit.