Artists Day, Whim Plantation, St. Croix
Starving Artists Day, held twice
each year in March and November, is one of the Landmarks
Society’s most anticipated fundraising
events of the year, showcasing
over 70 Caribbean artists, jewelers, craftspeople and food
vendors. The Starving Artists Day is a great way to spend
a Sunday with the family. Locals and visitors alike
will find locally-made and original crafts, jewelry, fine
art, ceramics, mahogany works, Mocko Jumbie sculptures,
madras crafts, photography, fabrics, silks, plants, books,
leather goods, candles, perfume oils, and lotions. Food
and drink booths will feature local dishes such as fresh
roast pig (lechon), patés, johnny cakes, fritters and fried
fish in addition to treats and drinks like cakes, tarts,
benye, breads, fraco, smoothies, liquors and juices. Cash
bar is available all day.
View wonderful art
on the grounds of Whim Plantation.
It's a great way
to spend a Sunday with the family.
Bring plenty of
cash...you are sure to find something you just can't do