about us


The Official Home for Caribbean Culture

Established in 1999 as an online publication & cultural resource center. In 2011 Tropicalfete became a Not for Profit corporation and aims to develop the community in the area of arts and social services with the focus on educating the community on Caribbean culture.


Tropicalfete publishes information with a concentration on arts and culture as well as highlights the importance of the arts on education and its positive impact on the economy. Tropicalfete is and continues to be committed to the cultivation of emerging artists working in all genres. Among these are Visual arts, fashion, music, dance, theater, film, and new media. Tropicalfete serves as a vehicle to elevate talented persons while recognizing their contribution to society and the arts. In addition; Tropicalfete offers opportunities for gifted artists to be mentored through a variety of diverse events. We look at the development of artists from a holistic view; therefore our mandated obligation includes assisting persons with their social needs. Tropicalfete seeks to utilize the power of the artist and arts, as it strives to bring social changes to whoever / wherever it is needed.

“Using Culture as a Tool for Social Transformation”

Press and Awards

Board Members

Members – Teaching Artist/Admin and Support Team

  • Alson Satenay
  • Ashley Murray
  • B. Medishettybhupal
  • Brittany Somerset
  • Caitlyn Pierre
  • Charles Watts
  • Daria Primus
  • DJ Book
  • Genevieve Farrell
  • Georgette Webster
  • Gillia Satenay
  • Maryanne Butler
  • Riana Rusho
  • Roshumba Marcelle
  • Tammie Paige
  • Shan Oliver