Blog Posts

Rehearsals for the production of the Eintou Springer story by the students of the Morvant Anglican Primary school.

The Idakeda team works with young people in some of the primary schools in Port of Spain using Storytelling, Carnival and the Performance Arts as vehicles of change and transformation.

Memories from a successful show commemorating the 1881 Canboulay Riots that saved the Carnival of Trinidad and Tobago.


December 7, 2016

Anansi and the Poinsetta Tree 2010, rehearsals

December 7, 2016

Ai Bonjay Primary School Storytelling Initiative

December 7, 2016

African Legacy Tours of T&T

December 7, 2016

Ah Payap DVD – Behind the Scenes

December 7, 2016

Kambule 2013

December 7, 2016

Shades of I-She

May 16, 2016

‘Shades of I-She’ now under the Patronage of Mrs Sharon Rowley

The Indigenous Creative Arts Network is very pleased to announce that Mrs Sharon Rowley attorney and wife of the Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago Dr Keith Rowley has graciously consented to be the patron of the rerun of the award winning production Shades of I She Every Womans Story The play will take place at the Big Black Box in Woodbrook from May 27th 29th with a Gala on May 27th

April 25, 2016

# EveryWoman’sStory – Connect with ‘Shades of I-She’ online

Stay in touch with the Shades of IShe online Enjoy behindthescenes sneak peeks from rehearsals photos and more on the ICAN Facebook page Instagram and Twitter as we work towards our May performances
April 11, 2016

Award winning play ‘Shades of I-She’ puts focus on domestic abuse again

The Eintou Springer play Shades of IShe Every Womans Story will once again put the focus on domestic violence incest and other social traumas when it takes to the stage in May of this year The aim of the production is to generate useful discussion and solutions through culture and the arts and to raise funds for the community outreach programmes of ICAN The play will take place at the Big Black Box in Woodbrook from May 27th 29th with a Gala on May 27th