Angela Labrador and Neil Silberman of Coherit Associates, returned to Grenada on 7th April 2015, to commence a week of training with selected participants for an OAS Heritage Project that will raise the profile of the importance of heritage in the Caribbean as a means of economic and social development.

This outstanding initiative will involve capturing—through the mediums of photography and audio interviews—commentary from local communities about their environment, past, present and future.

The trainees will be taught all the required skills to capture this information so that they can become an integral part of the national archives for present and future generations. An exhibition highlighting their work will be held at the National Museum in 2016.