In the absence of a humanities council in the USVI, CFVI applied for and was awarded National Endowment for the Humanities funding that CFVI will sub-award to eligible entities throughout the USVI to support humanities programming and activities.
Virgin Islands Council on the Arts secured $23,000 for its project “Seniors Staying Connected.”
Tiphanie Yanique’s new novel, “Monster in the Middle,” takes the reader on a generational love journey that spans some of America’s most perilous moments.
“The Caribbean Writer,” together with the Virgin Islands Literary Festival and Book Fair, will host the 7th iteration of the festival, April 30-May 2, under the theme “Diasporic Rhythms II: Interrogating the Past; Imagining a Future.”
Tony winners Lillias White, Phylicia Rashad, George Faison, Emmy/Golden Globe winner S. Epatha Merkerson and others will celebrate Broadway’s Timothy Graphenreed.
This online archive seeks to support artists in archiving, preserving and making accessible – virtually and to the public – U.S. Virgin Islands visual and literary artistic responses to the COVID-19 global pandemic.
It seems like despite what we knew, the Red and the Blue / Are not the colors we thought occupied, with others, the crayon box.
Contributors may submit works of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, essays or one act plays which explore the ideas resonating within the region and its diaspora.
The Source Arts & Literature section highlights the work of our creative readers. All visual artists and creative writers are encouraged to share new works with us.
Defender in chief / of the republic / goose steps / on the boulevard.