Queen GodIs – an international Poet, Artist, & Per-formance Art Therapist who serves a host of com-munities seeking transformation through art.
Recently Ms. Taylor was nominated for an Honorary Doctorate from Medgar Evers College. Presently, her teaching is taking place at The Norma Adams Clemmons Academy and the Fredrick Douglas Academy with curriculum based standards.
With his motto, “Trust me, you CAN dance Semba”, Jeffrey has been one of the first pioneers to introduce Semba to North America. His focus has been to promote the authentic flavor of Kizomba and Semba, to educate his students on the relationship between the two, and spread the dance.
Born in St. Lucia with time spent in Guadeloupe, Ras Mosera is one of the most celebrated artists on St. Maarten/St. Martin.
A poet and storyteller Dame Ruby uses island colors to produce vibrant and primitive images of Caribbean scenes in oil. In her enduring career as an artist, she has used an array of media, from oils to watercolors, pastels, acrylics, and oil pastels. She describes herself as an artist, a philosopher and a dreamer. To […]
Sir Roland Richardson, is another prominent artist within the Impressionist movement. He is currently one of the Caribbean’s most respected artists and is someone who embodies the impressionist technique in all of his work and persona.
A native of Curacao, Max Phelipa has lived on St. Maarten since the 1970’s.
Ms. Williams asserts that she helps persons who need good to excellent English language proficiency and communication skills for their work, education, or other purposes, and have not yet reached the desired level. Helping them with the English language is her passion, She knows how important the knowledge of this language is in this international society and would like to help people fulfill their full potential as a strong communicaton using English as the tool of choice.
Dionne has appeared in the Broadway musical Motown, choreographed by Warren Adams, who also taught at ASL 2014. Ms. Figgins has taught ballet at Dance Theatre of Harlem and the Ailey School.
Mr. Burwell has sung at New York’s Carnegie Hall and maintains a private studio for vocal instruction while continuing his career as a singer, dancer, actor, and composer.