Trinidad-based creative social enterprise East Yard continues on its mission to expand access to artwork from Trinidad and Tobago, the Caribbean and diaspora in countries the place there may be curhirely much less access.
By way of halfnerships with overseas non-conventional exhellobition areas and creative organizations, East Yard believes its position is to energize the sphere of artwork from the Caribbean and its diaspora by exhibiting and activating artistic endeavors in exciting and innovative methods.
“Our East Yard Exhibits Overseas initiative goals to revolutionize the way in which Caribbean artwork is exhibited and shared with foreign publics; make the consumption and experience of Caribbean culture extra hugeunfold and; halfner with overseas institutions interested in deepening their connection with local BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and people of color), immigrant and Caribbean diaspora audiences and their communities,” says Kevon Gareth Foderingham – East Yard Enterprises, Founder and Principal Consultant.
One such institution that has answered the decision to halfner is HOMME.
Discovereded by Amir Foreheadder and located in Washington D.C. – HOMME is a boutique for emerging artists of all disciplines and professionalvides a plattype for artists to exhibit and promote their artwork in an inmate gallery experience.
From October 7-20, 2022, HOMME will play host to “Identical Difference,” – The Cross-Cultural Presentcase of labor from Trinidad and Tobago, St Lucia, the USA and extra.
“I’m a plattype for emerging and independent artists of all disciplines to express themselves without restrictions,” says HOMME’s founder, Amir Foreheadder.
The schedule for Identical Distinction.
Curated by Foderingham and Foreheadder, “Identical Difference” has a three-day opening weekfinish extra akin to a festival which is able to kick off on Friday, October 7 with an opening evening reception and ‘Trini’ jam session, presentcasing the artworkwork of Trinidadian artists Angelica Alleyne, Arlene Bartholomew-Singh, Kamille Andrews, Kevon Gareth Foderingham, Sade Francois, Cleo Lewis, Daniel Lewis, Junnel Lewis, Latoya Lewis, Jamie J. Philbert, Stacey Leigh Ross, Kechervi Voisin, Walda Waithe and Tavernelle Wells.
Saturday, October 8 will offer a free daytime personal modeling workstore for creatives, facilitated by Foderingham. Whereas Saturday night will feature a guide learning from Foderingham and US author A.S. Drayton, who’s of part-Trinidadian heritage, followed by the display screening of Sorf Hair, Tabanca and Grace and Saleem from Trinidadian moviemakers Shari Petti, Lauren Marsden and Jian Hemmings respectively.
The weekfinish closes out on Solarday, October 9 with a Caribbean fashion pop-up sale featuring deindicators from Trinidadian designalers Bene Caribe, KF, Jade Drakes, 9 Culture, Third World Famous and Même Bete from St Lucia.