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Brian MacFarlane is a designer first and
an artist second. His collage on the walls of
Parliament devalues the way art is made and
disrespects iconic artists such as Pat Chu
Foon, Amy Leong Pan and Hugh Stollmeyer,
and relegates them into obscurity.
So said graphic designer and contempo-
rary artist Richard Rawlins.
He was speaking at the Art Society of
Trinidad and Tobago's Conversation with
the Elders IV panel discussion, at the soci-
ety's headquarters, corner Jamaica Boulevard
and St Vincent Avenue, Federation Park,
Port-of-Spain, on Friday.
The moderator for the event was Dr Mar-
Rawlins said, "I really do have a problem
with MacFarlane's sculpture at Parliament.
"It devalues the way that art is made and
what artists do, and I think it's a politically
"That really embarrasses and pushes to
the back people like Pat Chu Foon, Amy
Leong Pan, Hugh Stollmeyer and other
artists that actually founded where we are
here today, and I think it is disrespectful."
Industrial designer and Visual Arts Unit
co-ordinator at the University of the West
Indies, St Augustine campus Lesley-Ann
Noel said when an artist was highlighted
prominently in the public eye, he got com-
missioned to do many projects.
She said as a designer, there was no reason
for MacFarlane to be ashamed of being a design-
er but because he was positioned as an artist,
he would be commissioned to do art projects.
'Capturing the public's imagination'
Che Lovelace said regarding branding
T&T and visual arts, the artists themselves
had not generated enough projects that
spoke directly to a wide audience.
Lovelace said the challenge was how to
translate that creativity into projects which
can capture the public's imagination.
Tobago-born Ronald Rodney said Tobago
artists often found themselves locked into
theme-specific projects that trapped them
into a very narrow perspective. He called
on them to create works that reflected Toba-
go's culture and heritage.
Savant director Mariel Brown said it was
a travesty that two stolen Cazabon paintings
could go missing from the museum without
notice for over a year and his other works
could be damaged by rain and eaten by ter-
Brown asked why the art society wasn't
putting on a show by artist Marlon Griffith
who was the recipient of a John Simon
Guggenheim Fellowship and a Common-
wealth Award in 2010.
Rawlins said Griffith's achievement was
analogous to Jamaican track and field star
Usain Bolt winning Olympic gold and World
Championship Gold in the same year.
He said it was interesting how the public
interprets the perception that sporting heroes
might be held in higher regard than artists
when one looks at the vandalisation of the
People's Canvas art project on the walls of
the Queen's Park Oval, where no images of
cricketing figures were defaced.
Attorney General Anand Ramlogan met with
a high-powered United Nations team of count-
er-narcotics and anti-crime experts at his office
The team of UN appointed experts, comprising
personnel from the United Nations Office on Drugs
and Crime (UNODC) in Vienna, representatives
from Palau and Argentina were in the country to
conduct the review of T&T's implementation of
the UN Convention against Corruption.
The team was in Trinidad to meet with stake-
holders concerning the fight against corruption
and to observe what efforts T&T had made to
implement the provision of UN Convention
against Corruption (UNCAC).
The team expressed their gratitude to Ramlogan
for sanctioning and approving the visit to T&T.
They were pleased with the co-operation and
assistance provided which resulted in a productive
and successful visit. The three days of meetings
were facilitated by the International Law and
Human Rights Unit in the Office of the Attorney
General, a release from that office stated.
The experts met with various law enforcement
agencies as well as specific anti-corruption insti-
tutions such as the Police Complaints Authority
and the Integrity Commission.
Civil society was also represented by people
from Transparency International. Ramlogan pledged
his support for the work of UNCAC and welcomed
the important peer review by the international
oversight body. At the end of the review a report
will be forthcoming on T&T's level of compliance
and will be published internationally.
MacFarlane comes under fire
at Arts Society panel discussion
AG, stakeholders meet
UN team on corruption
Artist Richard Rawlins delivers his address.
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