You can enjoy St. Croix’s art scene in many different ways such as visiting the galleries and studios of resident artists; taking in one of St. Croix’s many annual art exhibits supporting local art groups; or, enjoying one of the many productions the community theatre puts on throughout the year. And, don’t miss Art Thursday…a gallery and studio walk through Christiansted that takes place one Thursday night each month with live music and free wine tastings. If you feel like putting your creative side to work, take a scheduled art class or workshop offered at one of several locations throughout the island – check our events calendar for details. Come and enjoy the art of St. Croix!
There is just something smooth and sultry about jazz that makes it the perfect music for setting a romantic mood. While recorded jazz is great, live jazz is even better. Imagine listening » read more »
If you are feeling creative, or just looking for something new to try, why not take an art class? The variety of art classes available on St. Croix is constantly expanding and » read more »
While St. Croix is a small island, it has a large array of artists. From painters and sculptors, to photographers and jewelers, St. Croix is home to many talented artists and designers. » read more »
The last Friday of each month, families of all ages pack a picnic dinner, gather some blankets, lawn chairs and sometimes even the dog and head to lawn at Fort Christianvaern in downtown » read more »
I recently saw my first play at the Caribbean Community Theatre (“CCT”)…I was lucky enough to get tickets for the last night of CCT’s performance of RENT, which was sold out. While » read more »
A fair amount of musical groups from the mainland tour the Caribbean Islands through the winter. From average to phenomenal, the modes of travel are always the same, though – start with » read more »
On the third Friday of each month, families of all ages pack a picnic dinner, gather some blankets, lawn chairs and sometimes even the dog and head out west to Frederiksted to listen » read more »