3-day mind stirring creative workshop series for Port Royal

May 22nd, 2010 by Administrator | Print 3-day mind stirring creative workshop series for Port Royal


For 3 days, Port Royal, once labeled as the wickedest city in the world was an ideal oasis for being refreshed, honed, inspired through the arts (literary, performing, visual and culinary) at Port Royal Infant and Primary, Port Royal, Jamaica.
From Wednesday, May 19-21, members of the creative industry participated in a creative workshop series organized by the OAaSIS International Foundation founded by arts and education journalist Anthea McGibbon.
The entity exists to network members of the creativity industry and relating fields in empowering the creative mind of the youth. The creative series are among the first stages of engendering arts in education for personal development among other goals.

SARA TAYLOR photo: Students learn faux finish using Berger paint and tools.

Wednesday’s opening was endorsed by the school

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