Exhibition : Caribbean Ties, connected people then and now

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On 20 September 2019, on the eve of the European Heritage Days, the exhibition Caribbean Ties. Connected people, then and now was inaugurated at the university library on the Schoelcher campus in Martinique. If you have not already seen it, this small travelling exhibition is on display until October 25, 2019 and continues travelling in Caribbean.

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As a collaboration between several partners from the Caribbean and the Netherlands, the exhibition has been translated into six languages (Spanish, French, Papiamento, Guadeloupean Creole, Dutch and English) and has been circulating in various Caribbean countries since May 2019. During your visit: the perception of the Caribbean identity by its population, photos, objects, informative texts… Four sections deal with « multicultural landscapes », « Travel, migration, exchange », what relates to « changing diets and beliefs », and question « the future of the past ». Everything has been designed to be fun. You can try to guess some plant by smelling, try to draw an object by touching it without seeing it, use your archaeologist’s brush to emerge information from the ground…

tanlistwa-exposition-magazines-liens-caraibes-caribbean-ties.pngAnd if unfortunately, you don’t have the opportunity to see it, you should know that all is not lost. The project designers produced a magazine of the exhibition, freely accessible online, and offered in 4 languages, including in English Caribbean Ties. Connected people, then and now was. This is an opportunity to learn a little more about the Amerindians and their heritage.


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tanlistwa-exposition-liens-caraibes-2019

On 20 September 2019, on the eve of the European Heritage Days, the exhibition Caribbean Ties. Connected people, then and now was inaugurated at the university library on the Schoelcher campus in Martinique. If you have not already seen it, this small travelling exhibition is on display until October 25, 2019 and continues travelling in Caribbean.

tanlistwa-exposition-liens-caraibes-photo-de-potiere-2019

As a collaboration between several partners from the Caribbean and the Netherlands, the exhibition has been translated into six languages (Spanish, French, Papiamento, Guadeloupean Creole, Dutch and English) and has been circulating in various Caribbean countries since May 2019. During your visit: the perception of the Caribbean identity by its population, photos, objects, informative texts… Four sections deal with « multicultural landscapes », « Travel, migration, exchange », what relates to « changing diets and beliefs », and question « the future of the past ». Everything has been designed to be fun. You can try to guess some plant by smelling, try to draw an object by touching it without seeing it, use your archaeologist’s brush to emerge information from the ground…

tanlistwa-exposition-magazines-liens-caraibes-caribbean-ties.pngAnd if unfortunately, you don’t have the opportunity to see it, you should know that all is not lost. The project designers produced a magazine of the exhibition, freely accessible online, and offered in 4 languages, including in English Caribbean Ties. Connected people, then and now was. This is an opportunity to learn a little more about the Amerindians and their heritage.


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