3rd Sundaze presents BODY

3rd Sundaze is a roving curatorial project as an experiment and layer of a blue-print where artists, thinkers and policy-makers continually craft models and modes of being, doing and growing. Named to reflect that bubble of space and time somewhere in between, that node where we may find balance or tip, 3rd Sundaze acts as […]

Caribbean InTransit at the Caribbean Studies Association Conference. New Orleans, May 24-29, 2015


CALL FOR 4th GHETTO BIENNALE 2015       Kreyòl, Vodou and the Lakou: forms of resistance   A call for artists and curators (calls in Kreyòl, 官话, Português, لغة العربية, Español, русский, Français, नॉट available soon on the website)   After the Haiti Revolution, the formerly enslaved peasants had three tools for their ‘counter-plantation’ […]

Noctambules: the hidden transcripts, Haiti, April 2015

“NOCTAMBULES: the hidden transcripts” photographs by Josué Azor curated by David Frohnapfel   Vernissage 19h30, 6th April, 2015 Villa Kalewes, 99 Rue Gregoire, Petionvile, Port-au-Prince Conference & Artist Talk “La deconstruction du genre” Barbara Prezeau-Stephenson, Josué Azor, Maksaens Denis and David Frohnapfel in conversation 16h30-18h30, 7th April, 2015 FOKAL, 143 Avenue Christophe, Port-au-Prince Haiti’s gay, […]

Lucayan Evolution, April 13-18, 2015

  The Pro Gallery invites you to Lucayan Evolution an exhibition of new works by Bahamian artist Edrin Christopher Symonette which will open on Thursday, April 16th 2015 from 7pm at The College of The Bahamas’ (COB) Oakes Field campus, Nassau Bahamas. Lucayan Evolution explores a hypothetical reality in which Lucayans have evolved and flourished […]

Economic Impact Assessment Workshop


Caribbean InTransit VIII Inter-American Competitiveness Forum  October 8, 2014. 10:00am-12:00pm Hyatt Regency, Port of Spain, Trinidad   Francisco Estrázulas, Connect Americas, VIII Inter-American Development Bank; Dr. Keith Nurse, Executive Director of the UWI Consulting Inc and the incumbent World Trade Organization Chair at The University of the West Indies. This session addresses ACCESS and SUSTAINABILITY […]

ARTS INTRANSIT 2014. Oct 7-10

  Press Release   CARIBBEAN INTRANSIT ARTS FESTIVAL “ARTS INTRANSIT 2014”   PORT OF SPAIN,TRINIDAD, OCT 7-8 2014: Welcome to “ARTS INTRANSIT 2014”. For the art lover, connoisseur, and novice alike, we curate an extraordinary cultural experience navigating the fertile canon of Caribbean Arts, at home and in the Diaspora. Our third arts festival “ARTS […]

This is ME V, HAITI, 2014

This is ME V, Haiti is a collaboration between Caribbean InTransit, The University of Haiti- IERAH/ISERSS, Empowered Women International and CEDEL, Haiti.  Over 30 students of IERAH/ISERSS are participating in this program which will provide entrepreneurship training to students pursuing degrees in Art History,  Cultural Heritage, Tourism and History. The students have formed 6 groups […]

The School of Arts, Entrepreneurship & The Environment.

Caribbean InTransit aims to create a satellite School of the Arts, Entrepreneurship and the Environment by 2017.  The initiative will establish a platform for South- South dialogue as well as international relationships. To partner in this initiative, contact us at