The Cayman National Cultural Foundation is celebrating thirty-years of existence and have used the art of Cayman’s youth to help commemorate the anniversary.
Thirty students from the ages of nine thru eighteen were selected to re-create images of well-known icons in the community as well as the Cayfest Logo. Marketing Manager of the Cultural Foundation Rita Estevanovich said the students from the Young at Arts collective group are doing a commendable job.
“Each of them, they contributed something really creative to the project. We took each individual piece, we put them together and then we mounted them as three sails,” Ms. Estevanovich said.
Ms. Estevanovich said the imagination of the children were captured and said they were happy to be a part of a historic moment in Cayman’s history.
The Young at Arts Collective (YAA) was launched at Cayfest this year and the anniversary has been celebrated since October of last year.