The Ministry of Tourism in the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) launched its Nevis Garden Competition on April 16, 2021, at the Nevisian Heritage Village in Gingerland, as part of activities for Exposition Nevis 2021, an annual tourism…
Mr. John Hanley, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Tourism is appealing to members of the public to stop stealing stones from the heritage sites on Nevis.
Research and Documentation Specialist and Focal point for the Intangible Cultural Heritage, Ms. Marlene Phillips, in addressing attendees at the UNESCO Awareness Campaign for Policy Makers and Capacity Building Project For Intangible…
Due to the on-going Covid-19 pandemic the History and Heritage committee has opted to host the Sir Probyn Innis Memorial Lecture virtually.
Culture In St. Kitts And Nevis Will Transcend Generations Through ICH Project, Says Culture Minister
Minister of Culture, the Honourable Jonel Powell, said that through the Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) Project, culture in St. Kitts and Nevis will transcend generations.
As Black History Month continues, the St. Kitts Nevis National Reparations Committee hosted a Black History Month panel discussion earlier this week guided by the topic “European colonization has shaped the lives of descendants of enslaved…
The Department of Culture is moving ahead with efforts to preserve practices and traditions that make up the culture of the federation through its intangible cultural heritage project.
A senior officer in the Ministry of Tourism in the Nevis Island Administration (NIA) is encouraging Nevisians to understand the value of Nevis’ heritage.
This week, the employees of the St. Kitts Electricity Company (SKELEC) engaged in an internal door decorating competition in commemoration of Black History Month.
The information received as part of the Department of Culture’s Intangible Cultural Heritage Pilot Research Study, will be discussed at a meeting later this week.
Minister of Education, Youth, Sport and Culture, the Honourable Jonel Powell, has commended the St. Kitts National Youth Parliament Association (SKNYPA) for tackling two issues that are relevant to today’s society.
The Ministry of Tourism in collaboration with the St. Kitts Sustainable Destination Council hosted an “I Speak St. Kitts Culture and Heritage” workshop on Wednesday.