In a wide-ranging discussion with Nigel Campbell — Writer, Web Designer, Blogger, Music Commentator, Businessman, Creative Entrepreneur — he describes the creative industry as encompassing that which comes from the brain of a person and notes that in Trinidad and Tobago it would include painters, carnival designers, fashion creators, broadcasters, calypso and soca artistes and everything in between. He further comments that creatives can have a range of different revenue streams which are not available to traditionalists.
This interview is peppered with intriguing ideas about the role of the state, the creatives and potential collectives who can collaborate to ensure that the sector thrives. Immerse yourself in this unique perspective about where are as a country and where our creative sector should be heading
- Programme Length: 00:27:40
- Programme Date: 17 February 2021