Clico supports artists
July 16, 2004

Clico supports artists

-1/2L+3/4¬dministration Manager of Clico International Life Laureene Kirby said that the company’s sponsorship of a recently concluded Art Exhibition is in keeping with Clico’s focus of regional development.
The Art Exhibition began last June at the Alliance Francaise located upstairs the Old Public Library. {{more}}
It featured work from four past St.Vincent Community College art students, Kamara Brackin, Dane Jack, Roland Layne and Dujon Windsor.
“We realize that the human resources is a major asset,” stated Kirby, while adding, that Clico is committed to education and promoting the development of young people.
Clico gave EC$4500 to the art exhibition. Kirby pointed out that her organisation is very pleased with the fact that art is now being offered at A’Level. She said that they were able to identify with the exhibition because of the way it promotes creativity and talent.
Over the past years, Clico has been giving significant attention to education.
A release from the company’s website said, “our continued involvement in Junior Achievement and our staging of the Put it in Poetry Competition allowed us to meet the practical and creative needs of our young people”. A CLICO calendar is also produced. It is described as a kaleidoscopic journey throughout the Caribbean – through the eyes of Caribbean artists.
Clico also sponsor a number or regional sporting events.