This year’s Reggae Bash, according to promoters, promises to be a momentous event, with a stellar line-up of performances.
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.).
In collaboration with the Jamaica Library Service, the U.S. Embassy announces a classic American film
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.
THERE’S A glowing Caribbean paradise at the top of one of Jamaica’s hills in on the outskirts of Montego Bay.
It’s the Aaah! gallery, owned by two extraordinaires – artist Ian and Tamika…
Themed ‘Art & Freedom’, it is a touring exhibition brought to Jamaica through the Embassy of the Czech Republic and the Honorary Consul of the Czech Republic, James Joseph.
Isiah Parnell replaces James Heg its new Charg
The U.S. Embassy and the Jamaica Library Service warmly invite you to a
U.S. Free Classic Film Festival, every Tuesday from September 15 to October 13, 2009.
The show will feature
Whether you are in Jamaica or abroad, hopefully the buzz on your lips will be “I am the Change”. At least if you want to move past the past, frustrations, challenges and see the better good of ole time Jamaica renewed. Winston “Bello” Bell through “I am the Change” a group originating on Facebook has begun in an energetic way.