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ARC Magazine is a not-for-profit Caribbean arts and culture magazine which launched its first print issue in January 2011.  The magazine began life as a blog, then a website before also putting out a  print version (although recently a decision was made to stop printing the copies of the magazine until further notice).

Similar to this blog, the aim of ARC Magazine is to connect Caribbean contemporary artists with the world by providing a platform for them to gain international exposure and to act as a showcase of the Caribbean's rich cultural heritage. It does so by providing an online space for interaction and the sharing of information about contemporary practices, exhibitions and scholarship opportunities.  Its goal is to give emerging artists from developing states a network to enable them to engage with each other. The magazine is responsible for organising a number of collaborative projects and curatorial investigations in Trinidad and Tobago, Suriname, Barbados, Jamaica and elsewhere.