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The three-day workshop held at the E. He grew up close to the Cummingsburg masquerade scene. During the symposium, many participants said that Guyanese masquerade costumes, especially those worn by bands seen in the city during masquerade season, were lacking finish. This situation, some participants felt, contributed to the perception that these bands were nuisances that tied up traffic and extorted money from motorists. Others pointed out that economic conditions and public policy contributed to the decline in the quality of masquerade costumes.
Masquerade life is a hard life. At one time in the history of masquerade in Guyana, urban masquerade bands were called Santapee or Centipede Bands by the authorities—suggestive of their so-called evil and criminal nature. Juanita De Barros offers another perspective. She has suggested that Guyanese masqueraders, like their Caribbean counterparts, may have named themselves—an assertion of their right to define themselves. In the post-independence years, the state was pro-active in ameliorating the situation facing Guyanese masqueraders.
State patronage, operationalized through the Pilgrim brothers Frank and Billy , has been the dominant model since independence. Over the years, the state has been an infrequent employer, provider of materials for costumes, and the funder of the prizes for the junior and senior masquerade competitions held during the annual Mashramani season.
Guyana masquerade has always been a community-based Christmas tradition. Historians of the Christmas Masquerades in the Caribbean associate the origins of the festival with Christmas on the plantations during slavery. The enslaved Africans were given time off during the season. Many donned costumes and masks representing their ancestral roots and contemporary reality to reflect and comment on the human condition.
They combined dance movements and parading styles West and Central Africa masquerade traditions with some European elements, especially Scottish and Irish dance steps see Scottish Highlander and Boy Robin in Post 2 in this series to create something new.
Their circuit included the homes and business places of anticipated patrons. The other group identified by Van Sertima were the Portuguese troubadours. The Christmas season was crucial in the economic life of masquerade bands.