Wednesday, November 10, 2010


Richard Wells, Business Development Director, CMB (left) hands his namesake, Richard Rawlins, a cheque in front of CMB’s office on Rust Street, St. Clair.

Artist-Designer and Associate Creative Director, Richard Mark Rawlins heads off to the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD), NYC to be part of the ground breaking exhibition “The Global Africa Project”.

Rawlins, a full-time creative mind, manages the studio at Collier Morrison Belgrave (CMB) Limited, is a collaborator in the Alice Yard artspace initiative and is the publisher of Draconian Switch eMagazine. Rawlins will be showing a special ALICE YARD issue of Draconian Switch at The Global Africa Project.

Draconian Switch is an Art and Design magazine published in Trinidad and Tobago by Rawlins with the collaboration of a group of artists, designers, and writers. The Magazine’s primary goal is to feature the work of contemporary artists currently working in Trinidad and Tobago or with global Caribbean connections.

The Global Africa Project will feature the work of over 100 artists working in Africa, Europe, Asia, the United States and the Caribbean.

Managing Director at CMB, Mark White, said he was happy to part sponsor Rawlins as “we either support those who offer a progressive reshape of our future or abdicate leaving life in the hands of those with questionable designs…”.

Rawlins recently concluded “Chinese Worker” at Alice Yard, an exhibition examining the influx and impact of the Chinese worker on local society.

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