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The creative industries – which include everything from steelpan to fashion design – will undergo a major data collection drive.
The members of the Copyright Tribunal were officially revealed yesterday by the Cabinet of Antigua and Barbuda. The establishment of the Tribunal, which was proposed last month by the Minister of Culture and National Festivals, Daryll Matthew, looks to address intellectual property disputes without resorting to the courts.
Lisa Callender of Protrade Consultancy, a firm in Jamaica, has been appointed to head the newly created National Cultural Policy project.
Antigua and Barbuda is celebrating Caribbean-American Heritage Month in the US and Caribbean week with a strong presence and performance at this annual conference from June 4 -9, 2017.
Barbuda Affairs Minister Arthur Nibbs said the Barbuda Council will benefit from 30 cottages as part of Oceanographic Museum and Culture Park.
Antigua and Barbuda ambassador at large Dr Joseph (Joey) John, who for eight years had been enticing Rudy Langlais to make films in the Caribbean, was instrumental in structuring the Antigua-based venture and will continue to work on all components and phases of development and production associated with the film slate. John is currently special consultant to the prime minister on the citizenship by investment programme and investment.