The Museum maintains a portfolio of projects related to the research, preservation and education of Caribbean Music. These projects qualify for individual or corporate sponsorship, trust endowments or grants. If you are interested in supporting a project contact PROJECTS to discuss work that the museum is doing that matches your interest.
Archive Library Database Development:
The museum is seeking funds or donation of time form programmers to build the relational databases to host the musician, music genre, and instrument history files of text, audio, and video. These databases will allow electronic archival of the museums collection and provide access to the information in the museum as well as via the website.
The museum is currently
raising funds to build a
state of the art museum
facility on St. Maarten
fully designed for
interactive learning and
audio, video distribution
technology. The building
will be “The World’s Largest Steel Drum” housing over 35,000 feet of exhibition and performance space, and 15,000 feet of administration offices, achieves, café, and gift shop and public space. Construction is planned to start in 2007 of the facility. Click here to view the building plans. For information on funding contact Liz Wyatt.
Caribbean Music Heritage Show for TV:
The museum currently produces an educational Radio program and a newspaper column for syndication. The museum is seeking grant funds to produce a weekly 30 minute educational show for TV. For information on funding contact CaribeMM.