Pan Comes of Age: But Still Remains Homeless
The pan exhibition "Coming of Age" has evolved over the years, arising in 1993 to mark the graduation of the one-year Pan Technology course at Exodus panyard, the exhibition has grown more comprehensive but remains homeless. The exhibition which is comprised of artifacts and photographs has been on display at Mille Fleurs, the Central Bank, and mounted on the walkway around the Culture Ministry. It is divided into four sections: the Pre-pan era; the Pre-TASPO (Trinidad All Steel Percussion Orchestra, 1951) era; the pre-Independence era and the Panorama era. Musicologist Mervyn Williams, the curator of the exhibition gives details of the collection.
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Johnson, Kim. "Pan Comes of Age: But Still Remains Homeless." Express. 29 Aug. 1995: 15. Print.