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LARRY ARMONY “ALAMOULOU” – Calypso (singer), Drummer (Afro-Caribbean), Poetry Writer, Spoken Word Poet https://skncir.gov.kn/view/alamoulo 1972 – 1976 Producer and/or director of various dramatic and other theatrical presentations. 1973 – 1976 A founder and member of Okolo Drummers (Later, Okolo Tegremantine Arts Theatre) as drummer/tutor, performance poet, director 1987 – Present Writer/Composer, participant in numerous calypso tents and SKN Carnival competitions as week as three Culturama events 1989 – 2021 Produced eight albums of Calypso, including […]
St. Kitts and Nevis has energetically embarked upon the 2nd phase of a UNESCO-funded cultural heritage project entitled: ‘Safeguarding St. Kitts and Nevis Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) – Developing a National Intangible Cultural Heritage Policy
Basseterre, St. Kitts (St. Kitts and Nevis National Commission for UNESCO): On Thursday this week, stakeholders in the St. Kitts and Nevis’ Man and Biosphere reserve site in St. Mary’s (Cayon) received some good news from the Federation’s Ambassador to UNESCO. He announced the provision of major capacity-building assistance from the UNESCO’s Earth Network programme.
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Dear Members and friends, We’re delighted to share with you our second Quarterly Newsletter for 2022. Inside you can read all about the important work happening in our Archives, as well as information about our numerous projects and activities, staff news, and fundraising for 2022. As always, we appreciate your feedback. We thank you for your continued support to help us Protect and Promote the Historical, Cultural and Natural Resources of Nevis!