|“THE THINGS WE KEEP” March 23-May 1, 2017 at Medulla Art Gallery|
Event Description: “Medulla Art Gallery is pleased to invite you to the Exhibition 'THE THINGS WE KEEP' featuring Artists Alicia Milne, Jaime Lee Loy, Michelle Isava and Nadia Huggins - Date: Thursday, March 23, 2017 @ 7:00pm-9:00pm; Venue: Medulla Art Gallery; Address: 37 Fitt Street, Woodbrook, Port of Spain; Exhibition EXTENDED to: Monday, May 1,, 2017. For more information: Tel: (868) 680-1041; Email: email@example.com ...” — Read more: Medulla Art Gallery
About the Artists: “Alicia Milne (b. 1986, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago) is a multi-disciplinary artist working primarily in ceramics. Her works have been shown in galleries and spaces locally and internationally including Medulla Art Gallery, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions and the Anthology Film Archive ... ; Jaime Lee Loy is an honors graduate of Literature and Visual Arts at UWI, with a postgraduate scholar of an MPhil in Literatures in English. She has participated in international and local residencies since 2007 and exhibited both locally and abroad ... ; Michelle Isava graduated from the University of the West Indies in 2009 with a B.F.A. in Visual Arts. Her work has been exhibited as part of group exhibitions in Venezuela, Trinidad, U.S.A., Germany and the U.K. She started taking part in group exhibitions in 2001 and in 2008 she had her first solo exhibition of paintings. Since then her practice has been consistently outside of mainstream institutions taking the medium of experimental, process based and performance work ... ; Nadia Huggins is a self-taught conceptual documentary photographer from St Vincent& the Grenadines. Her photographs explore Caribbean culture and identity through people, self-portraits and the landscape ...” — Read more: Medulla Art Gallery
About the Gallery: “Medulla Art Gallery has been established to carry on and develop the traditions of Aquarela Galleries. Medulla, as the name implies, will provide a core space for art education with public participation through exhibitions, forums and workshops. Geoffrey MacLean, Martin Mouttet and Isabel Brash hope to use Medulla to demonstrate art, not only as a social expression, but also as a medium for therapy and growth. Medulla seeks to produce and promote exhibitions and ancillary events of established and emerging artists.” — Read more: Medulla Art GalleryFor further information: Medulla Art Gallery.