Caribbean Heritage Network Blog & News

Posted by Dr. Tara Alana Inniss on February 5, 2020

CHN Conversations

The CHN team has been hard at work to deliver an incomparable conference programme for the upcoming "Caribbean Conversations in Conservation" Conference or #CCCConference2020 which is scheduled from March 16-19, 2020. With just over a month to go, we look forward to welcoming delegates...

Posted by Dr. Tara Alana Inniss on December 7, 2019

Kaye Hall holds a Master of Education (MEd) Social Context and Education Policy from The University of the West Indies (UWI) as well as a teaching certificate in Heritage for Human Resource Management and Training from the University of Florence.  She currently works as the Education and Community Outreach Officer at the Barbados Museum and Historical Society (BMHS) where she manages its...

Posted by Dr. Tara Alana Inniss on November 20, 2019

Remember Anne Bancroft, Senior Book and Paper Conservator at the V&A Museum in London, well in early October, 2019 she was back in Barbados delivering a special workshop at the Barbados National Archives, Black Rock, St. Michael on book and paper conservation techniques to archival...

Posted by Dr. Tara Alana Inniss on November 10, 2019

"You have to be a “Jack of all trades” working in heritage in the Caribbean because there is just never enough trained staff, or staff period to carry out the various tasks that need to be done daily... I tend to flourish in these environments because you get to do such varied tasks. For this reason, heritage jobs in the region will never be boring." -- John Angus Martin ...

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