Alice Mascarenhas is the Deputy Editor at the Gibraltar Chronicle.
Gibraltar Cultural Services will seek to promote the Gibraltar International Art Exhibition in other countries next year beyond the UK and Spain. Culture Minister Stephen Linares, opening the 45th edition of the event this week, said this was the continuation of the project which has resulted in many local artists successfully showing their work outsideREAD MORE
From the Rock to the City, is a new joint exhibition which opens today in the City of London. Fea-turing the works of four artists in including Paul Cosquieri and Karl Ullger it will be held in the offices of EC3 Legal. Leadenhall Street, opposite the landmark building, Lloyd’s of London brings together artists fromREAD MORE
Tuesday night proved a night of real nostalgia as the group The Odds reunited after 51 years. The occasion was the launch of a new book on Gibraltar titled ‘A Boy from Red Sands’ written by local musician and singer Henry Valerga. Grand Battery House was packed with friends and family who enjoyed renditions ofREAD MORE
A book by well known local businessman Kenneth Castiel entitled ‘The Hero and the Villain within’ was launched on Monday evening at the University of Gibraltar by Chief Minister Fabian Picardo. In the presence of the Governor Lt Gen Edward Davis, Government Ministers, guests and family, Mr Castiel said his book, which had been twoREAD MORE