Wire bending is one of the most integral parts of Trinbago Carnival. It is often viewed as the engine of mas making. Sunday Market Network sat down with four stalwarts in the wire bending community Art Brown, Roger Hicks, Ernesto Jardine and Robert Miller who have been in the business for years and spoke about their views on Carnival now and then. Tune into this series where we learn more about the prestigious art form and even get a behind the scenes look as to how parts of your favorite pieces of your Carnival costume are created!
Charlton Alfonso arranges a special rendition of Lord Kitchener’s Rainorama from the last time Carnival had to be cancelled due to the Polio outbreak. Press play !!
One of the most important traditional characters in Trinbago Carnival is the Moko Jumbie and last Saturday, Sunday Market Network visited Jaiso Mokos at the Queen’s Park Savannah where they hold their weekly stilt walking lessons. We also spoke to one of the leaders, Malique Toppin who is very passionate about keeping the art form alive and was even able to give us a little background about the history of the Moko Jumbie in T&T!
One of our contributors, Neeta Oudit, explains the likely reality of the highly anticipated COVID-19 vaccine.