Category: Caribbean Culture

The Role of an Officiant

By Annamaria Heyliger-Hector, CWS It is your happy day; you are putting on one of the biggest events of your life! An officiant is any qualified individual who presides over the ceremony. This individual must be ordained by a recognized religious body, university/college, seminary, city officials and acknowledged by the court. The role of the […]

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Art Raises the Spirit

By Candia Atwater The dreamfor an educational community arts center, focused on our youth and their families began in 1992. Four women met, every week for two years and discussed and contemplated what has evolved into a multifaceted Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts (CMCArts). CMCArts is now a show place for an awesome range […]

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Mocko Jumbies

By Sandra Michael I am a Scrap Art Designer born on the beautiful island of St. Croix, Virgin Islands. Many years ago I felt I was inspired to make Mocko Jumbies. It is my way of keeping the culture alive. Let me tell you the story about Mocko Jumbies. Mocko Jumbies are a cultural group […]

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