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Celebration of Women and the Steelpan Art Form
Antigua & Barbuda, W.I. - “You gotta love what you do. It’s going to take a lot of practice, patience and dedication. You will make mistakes along the way but that’s the beauty about mistakes; you learn from them and if you are determined to learn, no one can stop you.”
Involved in Pan since the age of 12, she is part of a growing and committed group of panists committed to meeting the challenges of continued growth for the steelpan instrument and art form in Antigua and Barbuda. In an exclusive interview with When Steel Talks - panist Maurisha Potter shares her observations, insight and views on the Pan music art form and culture in Antigua and Barbuda.