The National Museum and Art Gallery presents “NMAG Camp Chronicles: Tales Told Through Artifacts”

The National Museum and Art Gallery presents “NMAG Camp Chronicles: Tales Told Through Artifacts”
Discover History, Uncover Stories, Ignite Curiosity!
🗓️ Date: July – August 2024
This July-August, the National Museum and Art Gallery brings the “NMAG Camp Chronicles: Tales Told Through Artifacts” directly to camps across Trinidad and Tobago!
What to Expect:
🔹 Interactive Storytelling
🔹 Hands-On, Educational Activities
🔹 Artifact Exploration
🔹 Creative workshops such as: Painting inspired by folklore stories; Creating percussion instruments from natural materials; Dramatic portrayals of stick fighting and traditional carnival characters.
Target Audience:
👧 Children in Camps: Ideal for July-August vacation camps.
👥 Camp Size: 30 – 100 participants per camp.
Proposed Venues:
We will be visiting camps throughout Trinidad and Tobago, offering this enriching experience.
🚨 Limited Spaces Available! Reserve your spot today!
For More Information:
📞 Ms. Aaliyah Ravello 🔹 Phone: +1 868 612 8853 ext. 1481
📧 Email: NMAG.Bookings@gov.tt
Join us this July-August vacation season as the National Museum and Art Gallery bring history to life!

The Ministry Launches Essay Writing Competition for World Steelpan Day 2024

The Ministry of Tourism, Culture and the Arts is excited to launch its Essay Writing Competition for school-aged children as part of its World Steelpan Day 2024 Celebrations!

Youths between the ages of 10 and 15 are invited to share with us What does the Steelpan mean to you?

Competition Briefs can be accessed here:

See below for more information on eligibility and entry requirements!

 

 

Master Artist LeRoy Clarke

Master Artist, poet, Orisha Leader and national icon, Dr LeRoy Clarke received a visit from the Minister of Tourism, Culture and the Arts Senator the Honourable Randall Mitchell at his Cascade home, museum and art gallery, Legacy House.