The „Embassy Bear“ finally revealed

The Embassy Bear - the Embassys' mascot Enlarge image The Embassy Bear - the Embassys' mascot (© Embassy) The Embassy Bear found its home at the Embassy on St. Clair Avenue corner Elizabeth St, St. Clair on June 7th 2017. The revelation was celebrated by the German Ambassador, the High Commissioner of the UK (with whom the Embassy co-locates) and distinguished guests, amongst others the executing artist, Ms. Dunnecia Moore.

The Embassy Bear - the Embassys' mascot

The revelation of the Embassy Bear

It was indeed a long journey from the arrival of the plain white Buddy Bear statue at the Embassy almost 2 years ago until the revelation of the final product on June 7th at the Embassy in Port of Spa...

Ambassador Lutz Görgens with Ms. Dunnecia Moore and the bear

A Buddy Bear for the Embassy!

Young trinidadian visual artist Dunnecia Moore is the winner of the design competition to decorate the "Buddy Bear", the Embassys' very own symbol of tolerance and understanding of people, cultures an...

Buddy Bear School competition

Design Competition for Secondary Schools

This competition aimed to engage pupils to visualise and merge aspects of Trinibagonian pride and heritage with features associated with Germany.

Buddy Bear

The Embassy bear design by Ms. Dunnecia Moore - front

Design Competition for professionals in the arts and design community

The “Buddy Bear” is a 2 m tall statue of glass-fibre reinforced plastic. The artists had the unique opportunity to transport a vibrant and colourful depiction of its roots in Germany (as country of or...

A „Buddy Bear“ for Trinidad and Tobago

The 2 m tall Buddy Bear statue

The German Embassy in Port of Spain received a “Buddy Bear”, a 2 m tall statue of glass-fibre reinforced plastic in plain white. It has been provided to the Embassy to promote what the “Buddy Bear” st...