Founded forty years ago, the National Gallery of Jamaica has long taken a leading role in the country’s art scene. Now innovative new programmes are attracting a broader audience, Kellie Magnus discovers. Meanwhile, the new art space NLS is opening doors for younger artists.
2014’s hottest Caribbean novel, Caribbean artists on show in Santa Fe, and a celebration of food and drink in Barbados.
Celebrating Divali in Trinidad, St Lucia’s creole heritage, and the legacy of Jamaica’s Miss Lou.
St Kitts has developed one of the most vibrant reggae scenes in the region. Garry Steckles lends a willing ear.
Simon Lee on the Caribbean’s headline events in May and June.
New and recent books about the Caribbean.
Carnival roundup. The latest Caribbean CDs including the best of this year's music from Trinidad Carnival.
A short story by Andrew Miller.
Garry Steckles remembers some of the greatest moments in the history of reggae music.
Property prices vary dramatically among Caribbean countries. Mark Wilson looks at what money will buy in four islands.