I News

April 12, 2010

Baby Doll Meets Midnight Robber From Port of Spain to Louisiana a shared history of Cultural Resistance

This April Idakeda will share Eintou Springers interpretation of the Baby Doll Carnival character at the 2010 Conference of the Association of Caribbean Women Writers and Scholars in Louisiana
April 5, 2010

Spirit of Chaguaramas play celebrates our Amerindian ancestors

Spirit of Chaguaramas the latest play by Eintou Pearl Springer celebrates the legacy of our Amerindian ancestors in this beautiful region of Trinidad and Tobago
March 29, 2010

Eintou reviews the latest work by Joanne KilgourDowdy

Joanne KilgourDowdy is to me sister daughter multitalented beautiful artist teacher In this pictorial autobiography she is documenting the synergy between artist teacher activist documenting the many facts of our diverse cultural heritage documenting her own journey into selfhood and success Extract from Eintous review of the book
March 22, 2010

Ai Bonjay workshops finish in the Gayelle

The Ai Bonjay storytelling initiative ended on a high note this term as students got a chance to experience what it is like to be part of the stickfighting experience in a Gayelle
March 15, 2010

Caribbean comes alive for library staff through Culture and the Arts

The Idakeda team recently used Culture and the Arts to bring our vast Caribbean literary heritage to life for staff of libraries from all over our country
March 8, 2010

Idakeda opens world of Culture and Education to Primary School Teachers

An intensive twoday course for teachers designed to train them how to implement Culture in Education techniques yielded many intense moments of frank open discussion and sharing of experiences
February 22, 2010

Eintou teaches values and good citizenship through Carnival

I come to make sure You clean up this placeFor its condition is a terrible disgrace
February 19, 2010

Kambule 2010 memories

2010 has been a powerful year for Eintous play about the 1881 riots in Port of Spain to save the Carnival that we know and love today
February 10, 2010

The playwright speaks Eintou talks about her play Kambule

My play Kambule pays tribute to our warrior ancestors of The Mas and brings their achievements to the attention of the entire society