I started this event as a way of sharing stories among Trinidad's disparate, often disconnected creative communities. We would clear out our studio, pack away the computers and host every month or so. Two speakers, selected seemingly at random, spoke for 15 minutes about their passion. Beekeepers, Rum makers and Chocolatiers rubbed shoulders with poets, artists and musicians. About 150 people would turn up for each event, and the afterparty would go on until the wee hours.
Each event was preceded by our interns creating an installation at the entrance using whatever materials they could find (we were on an industrial estate, so that gave a fair bit of lattitude!)
This was a packed event, which we held in Peter Doig's studio next door. It was so successful that the projector failed from the humidity, the police came by a few times, and people still talk about it today.
This was a partnership with the German Embassy - a display of street art in the Savannah, Port-of-Spain's main park.