Past Events
The Faculty of Humanities & Education presents the Jackie Opel Public Lecture
by Dr. Elizabeth F. Watson

With a special dance presentation to Ska music, Choreographed by Dr. John Hunte

in the Walcott Warner Theatre       
Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination
on Wednesday 13th June, 2018
at 7:30 pm


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The Department of History & Philosophy present the 33rd ELSA GOVEIA MEMORIAL LECTURE
Join us on Tuesday 12th June 2018 at 7:00 pm in the Walcott Warner Theatre.

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50th Association of Caribbean Historians Annual Conference
Hosted by The Department of History & Philosophy
Sunday 10th to Thursday 14th June, 2018
Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination
Cavehill Campus, UWI

in the George Lamming Pedagogical Centre
for the 
BOOK LAUNCH: The Empire Remains Shop
At 5:00pm

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Register for Imagine Youth Summer Arts Programme 2017
Imagine Youth is our summer outreach programme (held from July 10th - August 4th, 2017) to engage young people in the arts. As we focus to offer training, exposure and conduct research in the creative and performing arts of Barbados and the Eastern Caribbean, this exciting and creative programme enhances the skills of talented youth in the performing and creative arts.
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Saving Speightstown is Lucia's Focus
Today's society is riddled with many problems and we often look to authorities to solve them.
As Lucia Husbands prepares to join the alumni of the Cave Hill Campus, her Capstone research will be presented in the form of a documentary looking at the decades old issues plaguing Barbados' second town, Speightstown, on Wednesday May 13, 2015 at the EBCCI.
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Petri Dish is Jamonn's look at HIV/AIDS
Definitions are cool, even fun to learn but what actually is going on in the world of HIV in Barbados and the Caribbean in the 21st century? The 20 minute short, “The Petri Dish” explores the realities of living and caring for persons with HIV/AIDS, through the Creative eye of Jamonn Roberts on Saturday May 9, 2015.
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Graduating Class Productions start this Weekend!
The Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination is pleased to announce the start of the Capstone Thesis Season and the staging of the Creative Project Presentations of the graduating class of 2015. The productions bring to a close the Kaleidoscope End of Semester Season for 2015.
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'Out To Sea' Thomas' First Theatrical Production
Out to Sea, written and directed by volleyballer, now thespian Thomas Atkins, pays homage to the Bajan Fisherman, on Wednesday May 6, 2015 at 7p.m. at the EBCCI's Walcott Warner Theatre. As he presents his Capstone Thesis in Theatre.
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EBCCI Opens New Year with Visual Arts Exhibition
What better expression for the Errol Barrow Centre for Creative Imagination to open the UWI's Open House Week than a Visual Arts Exhibition showcasing the talents of past and present students of the Faculty of Humanities and Education programmes on Sunday January 11th, 2015 at 6:00P.M.

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Naniki Jazz Festival at EBCCI
The EBCCI with the Naniki Jazz Festival invites Jazz enthusiasts and musicians to an intimate evening with Jazz artist Denise Jannah, headliner of this year's Naniki Jazz Festival at the EBCCI on Tuesday January 12, 2015 at 7:30p.m.

This is a free event, and seating is limited as it will be held in the Art Gallery of the Errol Barrow Centre which is currently hosting the art exhibition 'Progression'.
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The EBCCI Celebrates Its Young Filmmakers
The EBCCI celebrates its young filmmakers again on Thursday October 23rd 2014, with a special feature screening of nominated and award winning films of their BFA students and alumni, from the recently concluded Inaugural Barbados Film and Video Association’s Visual Media Festival’s Awards at their weekly EBCCI Film Club. Thursday October 23rd 2014, 7:30p.m. Walcott Warner Theatre
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UWI Alumni Week 2014
The Eighth Distinguished Alumni Lecture will be the keynote event of the UWI Alumni Association, Barbados Chapter's celebration of graduates of the four UWI Campuses; Mona, St. Augustine, Cave Hill and the Open Campus. All Alumni of the UWI are invited to attend.
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President of Trinidad & Tobago to deliver Eminent Speakers Lecture on Campus
The Cave Hill Law Society and the Faculty of Law of the Cave Hill Campus will be hosting the President of the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago; H.E. Anthony Thomas Aquinas Carmona, ORTT, SC. This prestigious gentleman will deliver the annual Eminent Speaker Lecture for 2014 on Monday October 6, at the Walcott Warner Theatre of the Errol Barrow Centre for mCreative Imagination at the UWI's Cave Hill Campus.

The lecture is open to the general public. Parking will be available at the CARICOM Research Park.
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Mexican Art on Show!
The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus' Faculty of Humanities and Education's Department of Language, Linguistics and Literatures is pleased to welcome you to their first exhibition of the new academic year 'Mexican Art from Tabasco'.

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Film Night: Killer of Sheep
Feature Film by Charles Burnett
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Twilight: Behind the Curtain
A fusion of Dance, Spoken Word, Visual Arts & Music. 
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