Programmes

 

Cultural Treasures

Cultural Treasures

Cayman has a rich heritage, fascinating people and one of the World Monument Fund’s watch sites.

 
Creative Kids

Creative Kids

The CNCF offers a wide variety of children’s programmes. These include Young At Arts after-school theatre company, Young Image Makers short film competition and our very popular Summer Arts Camp.

 
Publications

Publications

The CNCF hosts an array of arts and cultural publications including the Foundation Journal. Our reference library contains a collection of Caymanian, Caribbean and extra-regional texts and publications, which students, educators and other interested individuals can use to conduct research, whether formal or informal.

 
Film

Film

Explore your world through film, rent a DVD, take part in a film competition or come out to watch films from the Travelling Caribbean Film Showcase.

 
 

 

Grants for the arts

As part of our mission to facilitate and preserve artistic expression generally and Caymanian performing, visual and literary arts in particular, the CNCF awards financial grants to individuals, groups and organisations to help artists with professional development, to assist in bringing a worthy project to fruition, or in some cases to support an ongoing project or programme.

 
Folk Singers

Folk Singers

The Cayman Islands’ Folk Singers is a company of amateur singers and musicians formed by the CNCF in 2009. The Singers are dedicated primarily to preserving, celebrating and propagating the musical traditions of the Cayman Islands.

 
Internship

Internship

The CNCF offers a number of internship programmes and opportunities to help students and young professionals gain meaningful experience in the arts and cultural industry.

 

 

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