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TAW Art Classes

THINKARTWORKTT presents our art mentorships/classes. This program is offered to both ADULTS as well as. Classes begin in September. Location: THINKARTWORKSTUDIOTT (#63 Carlos Street, Woodbrook, POS) Within these classes participants will be offered the following services: Assistance with SBA’s and IA’s Critiquing of artwork Assistance with fundamental principles of painting and drawing Hands-on assistance with […]

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Artist Residency : Haitian Artist “David Charlier”

David Charlier  Charlier was first introduced to art by participating in a drawing class with his aunt and teacher Elzire Malebranche.   Charlier later developed an interest for the world of theatre specifically set design and scenography. His artistic subjects deal with ethereal worlds inhabited by fantasy characters from his traditional heritage infused with elements […]

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Featured UNITED Artist: “Jackie Hinkson”

Jackie Hinkson  Jackie Hinkson is a national of Trinidad & Tobago, he has for decades been a painter and interpreter of the landscape, seascape, architecture, and people of his country and of the regions’ islands, in watercolours, oils, acrylics, ink, pencil and crayon and in his sculpture and murals. Hinkson is no closer to adequately […]

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Featured UNITED Artist: “Marinna Shareef”

Marinna Shareef Marinna Shareef is a 20-year-old Trinidadian multidisciplinary artist who specialises in manipulating both digital and physical media to portray her everyday feelings. She is inspired by the magnitude and mystery of her emotions that she experiences as someone who deals with bipolar disorder, using visual imagery to organize her thoughts into a way […]

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Featured UNITED Artist: “Makemba Kunle”

Makemba Kunle  Makemba Kunle emerged as one of the most progressive visual artists in the Caribbean from the early 1970s. The Black consciousness movement at that time played a major part in influencing his progressive style of art. Born at Old St. Joseph Road in Laventille, on August 14th 1950, Kunle grew up in Barataria. […]

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