Meet Our Patrons
Brian is a renowned carnival mas man, having won many titles over the years. He has broken all records in mas has been officially made an Art Patron of the Art Society of Trinidad and Tobago, on the 12th May 2015 ,by the President of the organization .
Brian is the Director of his own event and planning firm working with many Trinidadian and Tobagian artists working along with him. He is renowned for the events that he has done over the years from the Summit of the Americas held in Trinidad, to many weddings and other grand functions, his expertise flows into design of interiors and exteriors .
Brian Macfarlane has been a strong supporter of the visual arts for many years, employing artists to produce amazing costumes for his many award winning carnival bands.
This Patron, has been very instrumental in nurturing artists at all levels ranging fromemerging to established artists. Brian seeks to promote Trinidad and Tobago through the visual arts in a variety of ways and in the process he educates persons from all over the world about the culture and life of our beloved Nation .
The Art Society of Trinidad and Tobago is proud to have this Art Patron as their own. Find out more
On 12th May2015, Christine been called upon to be one of three Art Patrons of the Art Society of Trinidad and Tobago by the President. The ASTT board welcomes her .
Christine Millar , was once the owner of the art supply shop Deltex on Pembroke street, Port of Spain Trinidad. She has been instrumental in promoting the arts here in the island as well as nurturing many artists of all walks of life helping them to bloom into well established artists.
She has been an avid supporter of the visual arts for very many years, having in the past being a board member of the Art Society.
Christine is a collector of art and is pivotal member of the Conservation Society of Trinidad and Tobago. She is an advocate for the arts as well as the preservation of the old homes and landmarks in the island.
The Art Society is proud to have this gracious and beautiful lady as one of our Art Patrons .
Mr Selby Wooding is now officially one of the three Art Society Patrons.
The Art Society of Trinidad and Tobago announced the Art Patron Mr Selby Wooding , on the 12 th May to her membership and the public.
Mr Wooding has been an avid collector of art for many years and he has shown great support to artists and the Art Society.
His affiliation with many of the former masters in Trinidad art is well known, he is a champion of the arts here in Trinidad and Tobago, seeking their rights whenever possible. He is also a store house of information regarding past artists and works in unison with galleries often call upon his expert care and advice .
He is advisor to the current President of the Society with regards to copyright and estate of past artists.
The Society is over joyed to welcome into our midst as Art Patron of the organization such a noble and long standing gentleman .