Tag Archives: Anthony Theobalds

Development of Cultural and Creative Industries

Anthony Theobalds, Chief Cultural Officer said the recent meeting of the Regional Cultural Committee was held in Barbados from September 21st to 24th and was a success. Mr. Theobalds said one of the key issues discussed at the regional meeting was the Reparations Movement, which was led by Dr. Ralph Gonsalves, Prime Minister of St…. Continue Reading →

Independence Fun Day

Activities to celebrate this country’s 36th Anniversary of Independence will continue this weekend with a Family Fun Day. Chief Cultural Officer, Anthony Theobalds tells NBC News, the Fun Day will take place on Saturday October 17th at the Arnos Vale Playing Field, and is being organized by a new organization called Family First. Mr. Theobalds… Continue Reading →

Theobalds: Working Together To Enhance National Pride

A National Dance Showcase will be held this weekend as activities continue to observe this country’s 36th Anniversary of Independence. Cultural Officer Anthony Theobalds says the activities are being held under the theme ‘Working together to enhance National Pride’. He says the Dance Showcase will be held at the Memorial Hall this Saturday. Meanwhile, President… Continue Reading →

Film, Fine Arts and Fashion Festival Is To Help Students To Contact What Is Taught In The Classroom To The World Of Work

Chief Cultural Officer, Anthony Theobalds said one of the main objectives of the Film, Fine Arts and Fashion Festival is to help students to contact what is taught in the classroom to the world of work. The week-long program which was organized by the Ministry of Culture started at the Bequia Anglican Primary School on… Continue Reading →

Film,Fine-Arts and Fashion Festival Continued Yesterday

The week-long Film, Fine-Arts and Fashion Festival, organized by the Ministry of Culture, continue today with an Exhibition in Kingstown. The Festival is taking the form of a series of Exhibitions, with displays already held in Bequia, North Union and Georgetown and Barrouallie. The aim of the activity is to encourage students to get more… Continue Reading →