Caribbean Ties Exhibition on Indigenous People of the Caribbean

Island Governor Jonathan Johnson (right) officially opened the “Caribbean Ties: Connected Peoples, Then and Now” international exhibition at Saba Heritage Center. Next to him is new Saba Archaeological Center SABARC Director Angus Martin. SABA–Saba Heritage Center in Windwardside has been the temporary home for the “Caribbean Ties: Connected People, Then and Now” international exhibition, facilitated by Leiden University and Saba Archaeological Center SABARC, since last week. The exhibition will remain in Saba until May 2020.

The exhibition, which was officially opened by Island Governor Jonathan Johnson on Wednesday evening, December 4, shows the connections between past and present indigenous cultures and the current multi-ethnic communities, and explores the impact of indigenous heritage on the present culture.