Rubadiri Victor

Rubadiri Victor is a young multimedia artist/scholar and activist uniquely networked amongst generations of creative practitioners in Trinidad & Tobago. His multimedia and intergenerational work has led him to become one of the country’s foremost cultural activists and a scholar with new critical takes on contemporary cultural theory. His company, Ringbellion Multi-Mediaworks Ltd., is in advanced pre-production with the children’s movie The Princess, another film Inheritance, and a six-part documentary series.

He has written and directed music videos, a children’s TV series, and documentary segments. He created and curated the pioneering Caribbean Film Club, which opened with the first local tribute to UK/Trini film director Horace Ove. Rubadiri’s publishing company, Passion Fruit Publishing Ltd., is publishing a series of manuscripts, including Generation Lion, his historic magazine that documents T&T’s creative genius at home and in its diaspora. This culminated two decades of creative writing in fiction and non-fiction, includes scholarly papers delivered in local and international conferences. The University of the West Indies Youth Printing Press is named after one of his papers.

Rubadiri worked with many of the leading theatrical troupes in T&T as lead actor, set and costume designer, and art director. As a visual artist he works in the media of painting, sculpture, TV, film and Mas and has had nine one-man exhibitions. Rubadiri is the Interim President of the Artist Coalition of Trinidad and Tobago „ the umbrella body for T&T’s arts organizations.

Project Title: THE PRINCESS

 

 

Rubadiri Victor is a young multimedia artist/scholar and activist uniquely networked amongst generations of creative practitioners in Trinidad & Tobago. His multimedia and intergenerational work has led him to become one of the country’s foremost cultural activists and a scholar with new critical takes on contemporary cultural theory. His company, Ringbellion Multi-Mediaworks Ltd., is in advanced pre-production with the children’s movie The Princess, another film Inheritance, and a six-part documentary series.

He has written and directed music videos, a children’s TV series, and documentary segments. He created and curated the pioneering Caribbean Film Club, which opened with the first local tribute to UK/Trini film director Horace Ove. Rubadiri’s publishing company, Passion Fruit Publishing Ltd., is publishing a series of manuscripts, including Generation Lion, his historic magazine that documents T&T’s creative genius at home and in its diaspora. This culminated two decades of creative writing in fiction and non-fiction, includes scholarly papers delivered in local and international conferences. The University of the West Indies Youth Printing Press is named after one of his papers.

Rubadiri worked with many of the leading theatrical troupes in T&T as lead actor, set and costume designer, and art director. As a visual artist he works in the media of painting, sculpture, TV, film and Mas and has had nine one-man exhibitions. Rubadiri is the Interim President of the Artist Coalition of Trinidad and Tobago „ the umbrella body for T&T’s arts organizations.

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