Caribbean Culture

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Caribbean Culture

Traditional Artforms and Commercialisation

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Definitions:

Culture Shock: Culture shock is the disorientation one experiences when in a different cultural environment Culture Diffusion: This is the spread of a culture to different groups of people with different cultures, and the blending of those cultures Sub -culture: This is a cultural group within a bigger culture. It differentiates from the bigger culture while keeping it's main principles Traditional Art Forms: an art form that came to be because of cultural traditions/history Commercialization: this is when people share their culture with others for a profit eg. tourism

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C ategories and examples of traditional art forms that exist in the Caribbean and the ethnic groups that have influenced them.

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Dance

Quadrille with French origins

JANUKA perform the Jamaican Camp Style Quadrille

JANUKA perform the Jamaican Camp Style Quadrille

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Music

Reggae, a Caribbean genre of music, has heavy influences from Africa

Reggae2Reggae Store: https://teespring.com/stores/reggae2reggae Support The Channel: https://www.patreon.com/reggae2reggae - Available on iTunes: http://bit.ly/jam50th Apple Music: http://bit.ly/itnsJA50 Spotify: http://bit.ly/sptfyJA50 Subscribe to Regae2Regae: http://bit.ly/ReggaeSubs Artist: Various Artists Title: Jamaica 50th Reggae Greats Genre: Reggae Tracklist Delroy Wilson - Better Must Come Slim Smith - Love And Devotion Cornell Campbell - Natty Dread In A Greenwich Farm Cornell Campbell - Pretty Looks John Holt - I Want To Wake Up With You Cornell Campbell - The Gorgan John Holt - Stick By Me John Holt - The Tide Is High Alton Ellis - I Am Still In Love Johnny Clarke - I’m Still In Love Ken Boothe - Kingston Town Delroy Wilson - Rain From The Sky Slim Smith - Conversation Owen Grey - Bongo Natty (12” Mix) Slim Smith - Keep The Light Delroy Wilson - Trying To Conquer Max Romeo - Let The Power Ken Boothe - Help Me Make It Through The Night Pat Kelly - How Long Ken Boothe - Artibella Slim Smith - Everybody Needs Love Dennis Brown - No Man Is An Island Dennis Brown - Love I Can Feel Pat Kelly - Queen Majesty Slim Smith - Ain’t Too Proud To Beg Dennis Brown - Take My Hand Don Carlos - Too Late To Turn Back John Holt - You Will Never Find Delroy Wilson - Dancing Mood Delroy Wilson - I Want To Love You Delroy Wilson - Have Some Mercy Cornell Campbell - Please Be True Cornell Campbell - Stars John Holt - Left With a Broken Heart Cornell Campbell - No Mans Land Barry Brown - I Am Not A King Slim Smith & The Uniques - Blessed Are The Meek Horace Andy - I Don’t Want To Be Outside Patrick Andy - I Want To Be Inside Cornell Campbell - Girl Of My Dreams Ken Boothe - Again Brent Dowe - Come On Little Girl, Come On John Holt - It’s A Jam In The Street Don Carlos - Better Must Come Leroy Smart - Let Your Heart Be Pure Linval Thompson - Don’t Cut Off Your Dreadlocks Johnny Clarke - Ride On Horace Andy - Ain’t No Sunshine ˙ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Reggae2Reggae Instagram: https://instagram.com/reggae2reggae

Reggae2Reggae Store: https://teespring.com/stores/reggae2reggae Support The Channel: https://www.patreon.com/reggae2reggae - Available on iTunes: http://bit.ly/jam50th Apple Music: http://bit.ly/itnsJA50 Spotify: http://bit.ly/sptfyJA50 Subscribe to Regae2Regae: http://bit.ly/ReggaeSubs Artist: Various Artists Title: Jamaica 50th Reggae Greats Genre: Reggae Tracklist Delroy Wilson - Better Must Come Slim Smith - Love And Devotion Cornell Campbell - Natty Dread In A Greenwich Farm Cornell Campbell - Pretty Looks John Holt - I Want To Wake Up With You Cornell Campbell - The Gorgan John Holt - Stick By Me John Holt - The Tide Is High Alton Ellis - I Am Still In Love Johnny Clarke - I’m Still In Love Ken Boothe - Kingston Town Delroy Wilson - Rain From The Sky Slim Smith - Conversation Owen Grey - Bongo Natty (12” Mix) Slim Smith - Keep The Light Delroy Wilson - Trying To Conquer Max Romeo - Let The Power Ken Boothe - Help Me Make It Through The Night Pat Kelly - How Long Ken Boothe - Artibella Slim Smith - Everybody Needs Love Dennis Brown - No Man Is An Island Dennis Brown - Love I Can Feel Pat Kelly - Queen Majesty Slim Smith - Ain’t Too Proud To Beg Dennis Brown - Take My Hand Don Carlos - Too Late To Turn Back John Holt - You Will Never Find Delroy Wilson - Dancing Mood Delroy Wilson - I Want To Love You Delroy Wilson - Have Some Mercy Cornell Campbell - Please Be True Cornell Campbell - Stars John Holt - Left With a Broken Heart Cornell Campbell - No Mans Land Barry Brown - I Am Not A King Slim Smith & The Uniques - Blessed Are The Meek Horace Andy - I Don’t Want To Be Outside Patrick Andy - I Want To Be Inside Cornell Campbell - Girl Of My Dreams Ken Boothe - Again Brent Dowe - Come On Little Girl, Come On John Holt - It’s A Jam In The Street Don Carlos - Better Must Come Leroy Smart - Let Your Heart Be Pure Linval Thompson - Don’t Cut Off Your Dreadlocks Johnny Clarke - Ride On Horace Andy - Ain’t No Sunshine ˙ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Reggae2Reggae Instagram: https://instagram.com/reggae2reggae

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Drawing/Paintings

Many are centered around the Caribbean’s beautiful scenery, people, history, or culture

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Sculptures, Monuments and Pottery

Many clay works have African elements and many sculptures are built in honour of these African ancestors.

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Architecture

Caribbean architecture has influences from the countries that colonized them (mainly Europe)

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Describe the role of traditional art forms to the development of and appreciation of Caribbean culture.

Caribbean culture is ever-evolving and these various art forms are the foundation of all of it. Caribbean art forms give the Caribbean personality and show it's beauty and creativity of it’s people fully. Caribbean art forms also help to preserve culture or history and is frequently used to depict the vibrance of the Caribbean.

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Tourism gives access to and sells pieces of new Caribbean art to people not from there.

Social media allows a fast spread of Caribbean music to people all around the world, giving artists a chance to become very popular

Caribbean festivals are a big attraction to people from other countries. They come to the Caribbean and give a lot of money to local people to participate.

Ways In Which The Caribbean's Culture Is Being Commercialized

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TWO ways in which the government ensures the survival of traditional art forms in Jamaica.

Schools in the Caribbean teach about and how to do these sculptures or clay works and give artistic students chances to celebrate their culture through art

Traditional architecture is frequently maintained to view for the coming generations and is sometimes replicated

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TWO ways in which non-governmental organizations are ensuring the survival of traditional art forms in Jamaica

Foundations donate to art institutions or schools to encourage their development

The Caribbean people are also just so talented that they work on their own to put the culture in their works and sometimes end up creating something completely new.