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Editorial: Travel Jamaican

For any tourist with this dream, many channels are being created making it easier to “travel Jamaican” when in Jamaica. The best possible tool of course being to research the area as much as one can before or during travel plans.

ART CAREER: Art critic

The art critic is one of the most sought after persons in this creative field. For one, its always good to have someone to bounce your ideas on. On the other hand, critics sometimes reflect the views of the public or potential client.

Caradise, caribbean paradise on display!

Following is an excerpt from an article by the Gleaner’s Georgia Hemmings, on the first solo exhibition of Anthea McGibbon.

“VERY SUCCESSFUL” is how photographer and graphic designer, Anthea McGibbon, describes her first solo exhibition, held recently in the United States (U.S.).

Jamaica’s Hoyes Takes a Bit of Africa in Europe Tour

Jamaican born visual art master, Bernard Stanley Hoyes has been enjoying a powerful year. Upon the recent New York installation of his six-foot blue fin tuna sculpture, titled “The Grand Catch”, which he crafted from granite in Fuzhou City in the Fujian Province of China, one might think the acclaimed artist might be ready to rest on his laurels for a bit.