Edison Liburd donated two scholarships to his summer arts camp to the Wadadli Pen prize package in 2011. Pictured are participants in the first installment of the camp including, front row centre, Freya Platts-Costeloe, second runner up in the Wadadli Pen 2011 visual art challenge. Freya shows enormous potential as an artist and we congratulate and encourage her.
photo courtesy Trip Antigua.
To see Freya’s Winning image go here. And, as Edison just reminded me the exhibition of work from the second installment of his camp takes place Friday 22nd July between 12 and 5 p.m. at his gallery upstairs the Best of Books.
I’m happy to report that Edison Liburd will be hosting a summer arts camp for students of all ages. Edison is a talented painter, illustrator, and one of this year’s Wadadli Pen sponsors. Yep, in fact, two scholarships to the camp have been donated by him to winners in the visual arts category of the Wadadli Pen Challenge 2011. Spots are still available though, so check it out: call 782-2362, email email@example.com, or visit him upstairs the St. Mary’s Street (Antigua) branch of the Best of Books.
I don’t have an image of my fav Edison painting, but this one is pretty cool too