Wednesday, 26 September 2018

It's carnival time.

Ooooh, I do like colour in my life. There was an amazing splash of colour in the 20 21 Arts Centre last week. The Caribbean Arts Festival filled St Johns Church and was well worth going to see. The work that goes into making these costumes is amazing, which are mostly made up of recycled and re purposed second hand materials. I found them very inspiring. Click on a photo to bring up a slide show. 














www.emccan.org is a Carnival Arts Network covering the East Midlands. They provide workshops for young people, and encourage leadership to the wider carnival sector. Click on the link to see what else they do. Toodle pip.  ilona

4 comments:

  1. There is so much talent around and everything is so different.
    Thank you Ilona.
    Hazel c uk

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  2. The photos actually made me think of that old movie 'Little Shop of Horrors' and the murderous plant called Audrey! Anybody remember that movie? ;)

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  3. Toronto has one of the largest Caribbean festivals in the world and the events go on for a week at the end of July and first weekend in August - culminating in a massive parade. The costumes are truly amazing!

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