Nuff sinting a gwan fi gi yuh chance fih jump up and relive the celebrations of the freed slaves weh mek wih proud fi call wiself Jamaican tidday tidday yahRead More
Blue Mountain to come alive with Music Fest February 22-23, 2014 with the beats of Jamaican music, and the crafts of Jamaican artists – more than sand, sea, sunRead More
Irie Season’s Greetings for all Jamaicans born, bred, or…Read More
History has proven that visual arts have been used to document the history of a number of countries… Jamaica lags behind in this regard – WilliamsRead More
… bit-by-bit even viewers at all levels could identify to issues affecting Jamaica in the 1970s, and muse on possible after effects experienced todayRead More
A potpourri of culture, Jamaica is above any other nation or part of the world. Each native is born out of that melting pot, and no matter what WE ARE UNIQUERead More
Chinese migrants came to Jamaica as indentured workers, and, later established themselves mostly as bakers, shopkeepers, and restauranteurs.Read More
On August 6, the day of Jamaica’s Independence, the day started prayerfully at Jamaica House. Among the items, which held attendees and watchers in prayerful reverence, and retrospect were the St John’s Primary students who encouraged all to “Follow the m-a-p”.
The item cleverly put together was a call for Jamaicans to be mindful of Jamaica’s Motto, Anthem, Pledge.
…main participants along the North Coast of Jamaica were observed, and had a chance too to share their views on tourism and art as a combined Jamaican product.