A noted painter, printmaker and sculptor, Hoyes recently began exploring the principles of etching techniques.
Jamaica collective creative industry is well on it
The ‘HOW TO ‘ articles give practical advice on handling varied challenges from cultural to financial, when staying on Jamaican soil. They are sourced from the Caribbean’s leading newspaper, The Gleaner’s new feature, ‘How to …’, an instruction guide
Part One in a series of articles giving practical advice on handling varied challenges from cultural to financial, when staying on Jamaican soil.
Gail Lewis, founder of Gail’s Graphic Designs, was honored in New York Real Estate Journal’s 7th Annual Women in Real Estate Spotlight issue (http://nyrej.com/36631). In this issue Ms. Lewis answers the question
On the surface, Family Affair is about love, and the Jamaican scene, no doubt hinting at influences of an African heritage exposing the unemployed married man who has it all, but still can
Over three hundred performers will be the feature at the Festival of Drum and Voices in the Emancipation Park in New Kingston, Jamaica. The festival, slated for 6:30p.m., is being held Thursday, December 17, by The Creative Production and Training Centre (CPTC
As Americans, we hail from every part of the world. While we observe traditions from every culture, Thanksgiving Day is a unique national tradition we all share. Its spirit binds us together as one people, each of us thankful for our common blessings.
The ICHS Alumnae Association in conjunction with the Immaculate Conception High School is staging the second lecture in The ICHS Distinguished Lecture Series on Thursday December 10, 2009 at the Lisa Narcisse Centre for the Performing Arts, Immaculate Conception High School at 5:30pm
“Farenheit”, an international ambassador of the arts and Jamaica ‘s culture in his own rank, is skilled as musician, singer, actor and graphic designer.