Culture@Home Kicks Off This Weekend

April 23, 2021 | 0 Comments

The Culture@Home, a local entertainment initiative by the Department of Culture, will kick off this weekend, with Joy T. Barnum to perform tomorrow [April 24] in an at-home virtual concert, and DJ IBreeze to host a 2-hour live session on Sunday [April 25].

A Government spokesperson said, “As part of the ‘Culture@Home’ local entertainment initiative, the Ministry of Youth, Culture, and Sport announced that popular DJ IBreeze will host a 2-hour live session this Sunday [April 25].

DJ IBreeze Bermuda April 2021

“The online music session is being sponsored by the Department of Culture, and gets underway at 4.00 p.m. via multiple social media platforms.

“The public will recall that earlier this week, the Department of Culture launched ‘Culture@Home’, featuring local artists.

“It’s an initiative aimed at showcasing a variety of virtual performances and online activities to lighten community spirits during these challenging times.

“One of the main events is tomorrow’s at-home virtual concert by local favourite, singer Joy T. Barnum.

Joy T Barnum Bermuda April 2021

“Joy’s performance kicks off at 8.30 p.m, and will be livestreamed on Facebook.

“Other events being showcased as part of ‘Culture@Home’, include the rebroadcasting of the Creatives Live! concerts, which were safely held on the steps of City Hall recently featuring Brixx, CuSh Evans, and Pan-some; the virtual Premier’s Concert featuring local artists; and a filmed interview with local artist Gherdai Hassell who discussed her first solo exhibition at the Bermuda National Gallery – I Am Because You Are.

“All of the events will be shown over the next several weeks on CITV and the Department of Culture’s YouTube channel and social media platforms.

“To find out more about Bermuda’s creatives or if artists wish to be featured in the Department’s online catalogue or activities please visit www.creatives.bm or email culture@gov.bm.

“Lastly, each of us has a role to play in stopping the spread of the coronavirus. Follow Public Health guidelines, wear a mask, practice good hand hygiene, maintain physical distance and download the WeHealth Bermuda app. Do the research, talk with your doctor and make an informed decision about getting the COVID-19 vaccine.”

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