The Timehri Film Festival start on May 31, 2017 and ends on June 4, 2017. Below is the Timehri Film Festival schedule of public events, take a look at what’s showing and at what times. There are plenty of great projects and new talent to experience.
May 31, 2017
Congratulations to Marissa Garcia, a Peace Corps Volunteer from GUY24, on the successful completion of Art Camp in Charity. Here is the summary of her work, along with some great pictures!
Art Camp started July 15th and ended July 19th from 12:30pm to 3-4pm depending on the activity that
YEGG Project Description
Host an all day workshop which will accommodate 100 youths between the ages of 7 to 16, both males and females. Sessions in the three disciplines of Karate, Dance and Capoeira will be offered, each running for three hours. The youths will be introduced to the
New York, NY – April 6th 2013
Join us for an elegant evening of Fine Art, Music, Film & Cocktails from NYC to Guyana…Saturday, April 6th 2013 – 6pm – 9pm — Friends & Returned Peace Corps Volunteers of Guyana (FROG) a non-profit organization of former Peace Corps volunteers will host a
The assignment was to upgrade the reading instruction at St. Barnabas Special School. No child enrolled in the school could read beyond a 7 years 4 months reading age (and most fell below a 6 year reading age level) and when my term of service began and no teacher
It’s that time of year – another FROG Grant deadline is almost here!
FROG provides assistance in the form of small grants and resources to support community driven projects. The FROG Grant Program funds projects that support education, the arts, health, the environment, and social and economic development. Grants are
FROG and Hug It Forward are teaming up to bring a bottle school to a community in Guyana in need. You can read more about the bottle schools here –
We want to reach out to the current PCV community and ask if you have a need for a
In recent weeks I have heard vehemently from several persons, here and abroad, about the need for Guyana, in the midst of all the bad news, to be shouting about the positive stories that are around.
A friend in Barbados with Guyanese roots, on a recent visit here, was intrigued
Hello All, I am happy to announce that my film THE SEAWALL will have its World Premiere in the south of France at the 64th FESTIVAL de CANNES!
Thanks to all who have supported me through the process of getting the film made in Guyana, SOUTH AMERICA. To my family and
FROG was able to assist Nicholas Smith with funding to purchase tractor fuel, with the intent on building a new road for his village – Kwatamang New Road Project. The road is now complete, and community members can now avoid trudging through muddy water to get from one end of