OAS/GNT Sustainable Heritage Endorsement ProgrammePHOTOVOICE PROMPT #1: THAT’S WE CULTURE
What do you see here? (Addressed to the whole group)
Why did you take this photo? (Addressed to the photographer)
It displays an integral part of Carriacou’s culture.
What is really happening here? (Addressed to the whole group—alternatively what does the photograph represent?)
Maroon food is being displayed during a big drum performance.
We see smoked foods, this meal is sentimental to local people. Rolled rice, rolled coo coo, stewed chicken and fruits on display.
It is set up so the patrons can be served in a buffet line.
The food is cooked and served outdoors.
Maroon food is also called smoked food because it is cooked using wood as fuel which creates a lot of smoke.
We see bowls on the table which means soup will also be served, it will most likely be mutton soup from goat or sheep.
PHOTO Title: Saraca
Photograph Location: Belmont, Carriacou
Photographer: Olando Harvey