OAaSIS network gives pleasant tributes to Chris Gonzalez

Patrick Beckford, representing Jamaicans in the US, briefly congratulated the Foundation esp to better sensitise others to the talents, culture of Jamaicans


A fantastic evening it was on June 15 with several artists – performing, visual and literary and the Diaspora networked through the OAaSIS International Foundation, to pay tribute to artist Christopher Gonzalez.
Boom Steppa, Rollie Fresh, Reiko Nagase, Jermaine Gordon, Dwayne Hamilton, Bernard Hoyes were the compliment of the evening joining the Gonzalez family in paying tribute. The tribute was in the form of a creative workshop series, which as a result of a late start was done seminar style.
At least 14 Diaspora members and selected business persons from the area of St Ann joined principals and art teachers from that area to witness and enjoy the proceedings. Among the group were hotelier Jag Mehta, and Andy Jefferson, also respected artists for their visual expressions.

MALIK JOSEPHS PHOTO: Jermaine Gordon gives Diaspora representative from the UK, Celia Grandison-Markey a copy of his newest CD.

The evening

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