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The CARIFESTA XIII Symposium - Schedule August 11-23, 2017

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The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, in partnership with the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Youth, Barbados, will host the CARIFESTA XIII Symposium entitled “The Caribbean, the Arts and the Cultural Industries: Negotiating Tradition, Aesthetics, Economics and Legacy.” The Symposium will be hosted at The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, from 19-23 August 2017.

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The CARIFESTA XIII Symposium - Schedule August 11-23, 2017

  1. 1. The CARIFESTA XIII Symposium: The Caribbean, the Arts and the Cultural Industries: Negotiating Tradition, Aesthetics, Economics and Legacy DRAFT SCHEDULE (FULL) SATURDAY, AUG 19 8:00- 10:00am Registration 9:00- 10.30am BOOK LAUNCH (10:00 am) Room: Walcott Warner Theatre, EBCCI “Liviticus” A New Collection of Work by celebrated Barbadian Poet, Kamau Brathwaite WORKSHOP I: DIGITAL PUBLISHING (9:00 am-4:30 pm) Room: TBA 10:30- 11:00am Coffee 11.00 am - 12:30 pm KEYNOTE & WORKSHOP II: DANCE Room: Walcott Warner Theatre, EBCCI Facilitator: Jean-René Delsoin 12:30- 1:30 pm Lunch 1:30- 3.00 pm PANEL I: Indigenous Cultural Forms, Spirituality and Artistic Expressions Room: PED Black Bodies: A performance ritual for the dead and the living. Fabian Thomas. Looking through the lenses of the Bajan Body as the living drums with roots in Ga and the Ibo/Yoruba pantheon. Ian Douglas PANEL II: Cultural Industries and Economic Development I Room: CIN Agri-tourism: A Cultural Industry with a Pathway to Economic Development in The Bahamas. Erecia Hepburn  Making the Local Global "The Development of PANEL III: Cultural Industries and Economic Development II Room: LT2 Losing Self, Playing Self in Trinidad and Tobago Carnival: The Effect of Motivations for Participation on the Constitution of the Festival. Sue Ann Barratt PANEL IV: Caribbean Culture and Embodied Identities Room: Grandmother as Keeper of the Sacred Trust and Cultural Memory: Presencing Cultural Identity in the Private Space of the Spiritual Baptists.
  2. 2. SATURDAY, AUG 19 The Vodou Doll in America: A Snappy Exploration of Assotto Saint’s Bitchiness. Mario LaMothe, Assotto Saint Tobago’s Cultural/Creative Industry as a means of economic diversification" Glenda-Rose Layne Steelpan Tourism in the Twenty-first Century. Andrew Martin The Creative Arts and Knowledge Production: Valuing the Creative Process. Pedro Perini and Alicia Charles Cultural Tourism and the Possibilities of Resistance. Angelique V. Nixon Festival Tourism: Whither it’s Legacy? Indigenous Cultural Forms, Spirituality and Artistic Expressions. Angelique V. Nixon The Slave Identity … its retention through Dance. Emelda Lynch-Griffith Omowale Elson 1:30- 4:30 pm WORKSHOP III (1:30 -4:30) Room: RR Title: on dub Theatre WORKSHOP V (1:30 -4:30) Room: Title: Dancing in Tongues – Dance. Katrina Miller WORKSHOP VI (1:30 -4:30) Room: LT1 Drums, Drummers and Drumming: When the Drum Calls. WORKSHOP VII (1:30 -4:30) Room: Poetry with a Purpose- National Cultural FoundationBOOK LAUNCH (2:00 PM) Venue: UWI Bookshop: NIFCA Winning Words – National Cultural Foundation 3.00- 3:30pm Coffee 3:30- 5:00pm PROCESSIONAL FILM SCREENINGS I: Julia and Joyce Room: CIN 5:00- 7:00pm PERFORMANCE I (DANCE) Room: WW (i) Bamboula Restored
  3. 3. SATURDAY, AUG 19 (ii) Alexis Capo, Mixed Media 7.00pm- 9:00 pm FILM SCREENINGS II Room: CIN Student Films –The University of the West Indies – Cave Hill and St. Augustine Campuses PERFORMANCE II (DANCE) Room: WW Riddimm Tribe. Aisha Commissiong SUNDAY, AUGUST 20 8:00-9:00am Registration (EBCCI) 9:00-10.30am WORKSHOP IX: CULTURAL POLICY AND INTELLECTUAL RIGHTS (VIII) WORKSHOP X (9:00 am - 4:30 pm) Room: ALT READ-In! Stage Play Readings. National Cultural Foundation 10:30-11:00am Coffee 11.30 am-12:30 pm PANEL V: CULTURAL POLICY Room: WW Capturing Cultural Data and Reviewing Cultural Policy. Annalee Babb Implementing Cultural Policy: Best Practices and Pitfalls. St. Vincent An Isle So Long Unknown: A National Cultural Heritage Policy for Bermuda. Dr. Kim Robinson. Civil Society and its Role in Shaping Cultural Policy. Pinelands Creative Workshop- Barbados and OCES The Economic Partnership Agreement between CARIFORUM and the EU: Cultural Trade Beyond the Region.
  4. 4. SUNDAY, AUGUST 20 Caribbean Export 12:30-1:30 pm Lunch 1:30--3.00pm KEYNOTE: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY Room: WW Title. Prof. Eddy Ventose 3.00-3:30pm Coffee 3:30- 5:00pm PANEL VI: INTELLLECTUAL PROPERTY Room: (WW), Bringing Reggae Music Home: The Protection of a Music Genre as a Geographical Indication. Erica K. Smith  & Dr. Wendy Hollingsworth Intellectual Property and the Fashion Industry - Best Practices and Pitfalls. Trinidad & Tobago Intellectual Property and the Food Sector-Best Practices. Jamaica. WORKSHOP Room: LT1 Dot to Dot: The Arts. Janelle Mitchel  5:00-7:00pm Film Screenings (5:30 PM) Room: CIN Caribbean Animation Films 7.00pm OPENING & MINISTER’S RECEPTION Venue: WW
  5. 5. MONDAY 21 8:00- 9:00am Registration 9:00- 10.30am KEYNOTE (ART) Room: WW “Title” by Veerle Poupeye WORKSHOP: THEATRE (9:00 am - 4:30 pm) Room: ALT Dramatic Writing EDGAR WHITE 10:30- 11:00am Coffee 11.30 am- 12:30 pm PANEL: CARIBBEAN CULTURE AND EMBODIED IDENTITIES Room: PED Pride in our Ancestry: Enriching Caribbean Identity through Genealogical Research. Judith Toppin The Caribbean and the Arts: The Indo-Trinidadian Contribution to World Civilisation Dr Kumar Mahabir Negotiating the Fancy Mas tradition in a North American Space. Rhoma Spencer  PANEL: VISUAL CULTURE AND REPRESENTATION Room: CIN The Arts in Caribbean Society. Susan Alleyne Digital Bermudiana. Alan Smith 12:30- 1:30 pm Lunch 1:30- 3.00 pm WORKSHOP Room: RR on dub Theatre WORKSHOP Room: ALT Theatre, Heritage & Innovation – NCF WORKSHOP (1:30 -4:30) Room: DS Working Title "Freeze"-Tina Puckerin
  6. 6. MONDAY 21 1:30- 3.00pm PANEL: CULTURAL INDUSTRIES AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT I Room: CIN Identifying and Explaining New Trends in the Globalization of Caribbean Culture and the Development of Caribbean Creative Industries. Aurelia Bruce  JCDC Festival of the Performing Arts: a best practice for the Region. Zahra Henry  Innovating Cultural Industries for Economic Development: Proposing a Methodology for Research. Chantal Dos Santos Work Work Work: An international cultural industry division of labour and profit. Margaret Harris 3.00- 3:30pm Coffee 3:30- 5:30pm PANEL: CARIBBEAN CULTURE AND GLOBAL CHALLENGES Room: (PED) Beyond the circle of white boulders around the flagstaff. Dr. Fazal Ibrahim Ali Culture: The Foundation of Development. H. Lincoln Douglas The Creative Arts Education in the Caribbean: Illuminating the HUES in YOU. Collette Jones VI Caribbean Heritage Education & Arts Legacy: HEAL365 Perspectives on 100 Years of Foreign Sovereignty. Chenzira Davis Kahina PANEL: CULTURAL INDUSTRIES AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT II Room: (CIN) Fete Economics: Leveraging Culture for Regional Integration & Development. Sade N. Jemmott, Tamaisha A. Eytle and Jonelle M. Watson. The J’Ouvert Approach to Entrepreneurship: The Twenty- Year Journey of 3 Canal. Sonja Dumas. How defamation law affects the practice of law in the Caribbean. Aurora Herrera 5:00- 7:00pm PERFORMANCE (III) Rayn’s Song Theatre (WW) Book Launch (3Ws) “Peelin’ Orange” by Mervyn Morris. The Collected works of Jamaica’s immediate past Poet Laureate.
  7. 7. MONDAY 21 7.00pm Film Screenings (III) Room: WW Simeon Traces of Sugar (TBA) PANEL – REPARATIONS AND CARIBBEAN IDENTITIES The Ten Principles of Reparations. David Commisiong In search of reparatory justice: on the documentary trail of the injustices perpetrated on the ancestors. Pedro Welch TUESDAY 22 8:00- 9:00am Registration 9:00- 10.30am KEYNOTE (FILM) Room: WW “Title” by E. PALCY 10:30- 11:00am Coffee 11.30 am- 12:30 pm PANELS: CARIBBEAN CULTURE AND EMBODIED IDENTITIES Room: PED The Hip as a Weapon: Further investigations into the Trinidad and Tobago Wining Complex. Sonja Dumas, Just Call Me Sarah: The Colours of a Woman. Cher- Antoinette Corbin “A Rosy View of Women in Calypso”. Gelien Matthews Blocking Both Head and Foot: An Examination of Bajan Stick Fighting. Philip Forde PANELS: CARIBBEAN CULTURE AND EMBODIED IDENTITIES Room: CIN Locating the "I" in Paradise: Caribbean Selfhood & Tourism. Adam Patterson A case for a hopeful future of Anglo-Caribbean culture and expression, with focus on Trinidad and Tobago. Simone Delzin The Globalization of Calypso. Rudolph Ottley
  8. 8. TUESDAY 22 12:30- 1:30 pm Lunch 1:30-- 3.00pm ROUNDTABLE: COMMUNITY MUSEUMS Room: WW “Title” WORKSHOPS (1:30-4:30) Room: RR on dub Theatre. Ahdri Zhina Mandiela WORKSHOP (1:30-4:30) Room: CIN Business Models for the Arts: A Creative Canvas. Bianca Welds WORKSHOP (1:30-4:30) Room: DS Igniting Teens through Carnival Arts - Rachel Watts 3.00- 3:30pm Coffee 3:30- 5:00 pm PANEL: COMMUNITY MUSEUMS: CHALLENGES AND LEGACY Room: PED Building a National Museum (working title). Natalie Urquhart Digital Curation of Digital Cultural Assets: Mutual interest of ALaRMs. Emerson Bryan PANEL: CULTURAL INDUSTRIES AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Room: CIN Cultural Industries: a catalyst to Caribbean Development. Wazari Johnson International Trade in Cultural Goods and Services: A Caribbean Perspective. Troy Lorde & Cherise Trotman The Tropicalisation of Policy: The Creative Economy Concept in Colombia & Brazil. St Dancey Festival Tourism and Cultural Development In The Bahamas. Angelique Mckay PANEL: HAITIAN PERSPECTIVES ON THE CULTURE AND CREATIVE INDUSTRIES Room: WW Preservation, Heritage and Development of Cultural and Creative Industries in Haiti: The Case of Voodoo. Emmelie Prophète Milcé Popular Traditions, National Elites and Cultural Industry. Lyonel Trouillot Local heritage and global economic challenges: the case of Haitian gastronomy. Jean-Euphèle Milcé The Creative Economy in the Caribbean, between Myth and Reality. Nesmy Manigat The State of the Economy of Culture in Haiti: Creativity, Creation, Production, Commercialization and Consumption. Rose Nesmy Saint-Louis
  9. 9. TUESDAY 22 TBA Jerry Michel, National Ethnology Office and State University of Haiti. 5:00- 7:00pm PERFORMANCE (IV) Room: WW Word Soul: The Lorna Goodison Edition BOOK LAUNCH Venue: 3Ws “Frontiers of the Caribbean” by Philip Nanton 7.00pm Film Screenings (IV) Room: WW Stuart Hall Project– John Akomfrah Henry Mutto (TBA) WEDNESDAY 23 8:00- 9:00am Registration 9:00- 10.30am Keynote (Literature) Room: WW Jean ANTOINE-DUNNE (Literature/Walcott) 10:30- 11:00am Coffee 11.30 am- 12:30 pm PANELS: CARIBBEAN CUISINE: FOOD PRACTICES AND FOODWAYS Room: PED Caribbean Coconut Legacy of Lagos: Reflections on the Food culture of the Brazilian Quarters of Lagos. Clement Cecilia Titilayo
  10. 10. WEDNESDAY 23 The Evolution of Caribbean Cuisine – Then to Now. Jeanette R M Marcelle From Discarded to Delicacy - I come to Get Me!! Anne Crick. The Use of Banana in the Martinican Cuisine. Hélène Zamor 12:30-1:30 pm Lunch 1:30-- 3.00pm Roundtable/Keynote (Music) Room: WW Elizabeth Watson WORKSHOP Room: CIN Making Poetry Accessible – Icil Phillips 3.00- 3:30pm Coffee 3:30- 5:30pm PANEL H: CARIBBEAN CULTURE AND GLOBAL CHALLENGES Room: (PED) Negotiating the twists and turns of climate change: a journey around Caribbean museums and resilience potential. Anne-Laure Scholastique, Sciences Po Rennes The challenge and opportunity of technology to Caribbean culture and identities. Rev. Dr. Charles Jason Gordon PANEL: CARIBBEAN CULTURE AND EMBODIED IDENTITIES Room: CIN History, tradition, and the profanity of the present – or the other way around? [Re]considering the relativeness of past-ness in the Caribbean present through the eyes of a poet. Christopher Williams  Derek Walcott: The Final projects. Travis Weekes 5:00- 7:00pm PERFORMANCE (V) Room: WW on dub Theatre BOOK LAUNCH Venue: 3Ws “Art of Death” by Edwidge Dandicat 7.00pm FILM SCREENING (V) Room: WW Poetry is an Island –Ida Does CLOSING RECEPTION (immediately following screening)
  11. 11. WEDNESDAY 23 Venue: WW Theatre Room Key: (EBCCI) Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination (3Ws) 3Ws Pavilion (located at the entrance to the main Campus) (RR) Rehearsal Room (EBCCI) (ALT) Arts Lecture Theatre (located in the Fac of Humanities on the main Campus) (WW) Walcott Warner Theatre (located on the main Campus) (CIN) Cinemateque (EBCCI) (DS) Dance Studio (EBCCI) (PED) George Lamming Pedagogical Centre (EBCCI) (LT1) Roy Marshall LT1,2 or 3 (located on the main Campus)

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