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Celebrating MacFarlane’s ‘theatre mas’

Thursday, January 28, 2016

Celebrated Carnival designer Brian MacFarlane will be the centre of attraction at a special showing at the Art Society of T&T (where he is also one of three patrons).

From January 28 to February 16, viewers are invited to attend his very special retrospective exhibit entitled Brian MacFarlane: Through the years. 

At this show MacFarlane displays and shares his history as a mas maker and iconic designer, and visitors will be able to purchase limited edition prints. On display will be some of his trophies, crowns, Carnival costumes, and other memorabilia from his winning presentations, a release said.

Admission is $120.

MacFarlane entered the Carnival arena in the late 90s and is well-known for his Theatre Mas. He has won National band of the Year title many times, including the record for doing so seven times consecutively with India—the Story of Boyee (2007), Earth—Cries of despair, Wings of Hope (2008), Africa—Her People, Her Glory, Her Tears (2009) Resurrection—The Mas (2010), Humanity—Circle of Life (2011), Sanification—In Search Of (2012) and Joy—the Finale (2013).


​Gallery hours for this show are as follows:

Monday to Friday: 11 am to 6 pm.

Saturday: 10 am to 1 pm.

On Sunday the gallery is closed to the public.

For more information, call 622-9827 or send an email to [email protected]


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