PRIME MINISTER Forbes Burnham and wife Mrs.
Viola Burnham chat with Min'ster of Informationi Cul-
ture and Youth, Miss Shirley Field-R:dley before the
Carifesta opening ceremony at the National Park.
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the people, 'he various ingra-
:, n the area, their dilicuttl'e
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PiPme Minister Burnham found
a paitiOar sigaifance in the
Naitonal Art Exhibition at
Btshops' High Schoo, yesterday
wbhch should amake the artists
reali'se thiait they were a:!i one.
a, decdairing the exhibition
open, the Prime Mintiter said,
that it was a national exhibition
of those countries of the Carih-
bean who mnde up -the exhibi-
tion and it co-j'~ not be *ruy
described as aan nternationral
Mr. Burnham however, stated
-that there was tt plArular
significance about Ihe exhibition
in that it brouLght together so
many peopBe throughout the
Caribbean region thus a'-prdin.
them the opportunity to know
eadh other, exhibit ~odngside
each other and getting thbim to
realize that they were al: one.
tEarlier the Prime M'inister
confessed that he was not the
,artist's artist but an admirer cr
art and expressed the hlple that
he would dike to see Caribbean
artists dealing with Caribbean
themes, such as the history of