The center, in collaboration with arts organizations from coast to coast, is presenting 20 weeks of free online programming available on Facebook Live, YouTube, and the UVI website.
Gatherings that exceed 50 persons, including, but not limited to, political campaign events or meetings, concerts, parties, cultural events and other gatherings are prohibited.
This year, the Virgin Islands Council on the Arts (VICA) will celebrate the month by hosting a month-long schedule of activities to include a Back to School Supply Drive Through, two virtual concerts, and more.
This season, with the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s not safe for choir members to breathe deeply and sing out in the same space. But that’s not going to stop this resilient community choir.
The Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts Inc., in partnership with Jazz Arts VI (JAVI), will be presenting a monthly live Facebook stream.
Starting September, parents can choose private in-person music lessons to be conducted in COVID-19 compliant, large air-conditioned rooms at the academy's two locations.
the Government of The Virgin Islands, until further notice, shall permit a DJ or live music at licensed restaurants provided compliance with all social distancing requirements are met.
U.S. Virgin Islands: PromoTix has announced PromoStream, a new ticketed live streaming software platform.
The “COVID-19 Guidance for Restaurants, Bars and Nightclubs” clearly states that live music or a disc jockey (DJ) shall not be permitted after midnight.
Until The Forum and its audiences can all meet again in person, it will be sharing updates and listening tips of artists who have performed live at the Forum over the years.