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Jamaican art now available for sale at ArtStock “Jamaican art lovers now have a place to purchase authentic masterpieces following the opening of ArtStock at the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts (EMCVPA). ArtStock is a store which carries exquisite, authentic Jamaican works, including larger-than-life canvases, sculptures,

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  Please help support this group of young Jamaican artists in their quest to share their art in Europe this summer. Here’s what they have in mind:  “The  united purpose tour is a unique traveling showcase of the brilliance of Jamaican creativity and talent. It is also a demonstration of

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Here’s an interview with Jamaican artist, Joavan Puran of Phine Line Studios. Phine Line is located in Hope Bay, Portland, right on the main road to Port Antonio. They have a cool collection of locally designed t-shirts, other clothing and jewellery. Joavan is a past student of the Edna Manley

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    FIVE-YEAR-OLD Creative Kids Learning Academy students Zoë Anzinger and Noah Levy staged their debut art exhibition on January 26 as a fundraiser for the school. The exhibition was  held at New Local Space Limited (NLS Gallery) on Mountain View Avenue in St Andrew. The artists sold most of their

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Here is a short documentary produced by The Creators Project on Jamaican artist, Astro Saulter and his art and backstory. The Creators Project is an ongoing global arts and technology initiative created by Intel and Vice in order to support visionary artists, musicians, and filmmakers who are using technology to

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ArtHappening on the Edge 2013

  Here’s an update from Jamaican artist, Robin Clare on her recently opened show in Sydney, Australia. “It went really well, was loads of fun on the night and sold many paintings which was brilliant. There is an amazing response and interest in Jamaican culture over here which resulted in

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    If you happen to be in Sydney, Australia, check out the opening night of a solo exhibition by Jamaican artist Robin Clare at the Black Penny on Tuesday July 9th, 2013 at 6pm. Dub, reggae and dancehall tunes will be supplied by Sydney based DJ Louis Basslines with

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With her first public exhibition of work, Jamaican-born artist Raine Manley Robertson has created a two-part show entitled, Thank You & Come Again. In Thank You, the artist presents a powerful and brilliantly-colored series of nude self-portraits. The second component of the show, Come Again, spotlights Manley Robertson’s keen interest

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ArtHappening on the Edge 2013KOTE

We are so happy to announce that KOTE 2013 is happening June 21-30. Right now the KOTE team is finalizing the schedule of events but you can still contact them if you have any great ideas for cool edgy events.   Email the KOTE team directly at kingstonedge@gmail.com SEARCH our

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Here’s an interesting video looking at the National Gallery of Jamaica’s recent National Biennial 2012: The Final Word. This short video documentary on the National Biennial 2012 was produced and contributed, as a special courtesy, by Marvin Bartley Studios Ltd. Hope you got a chance to see it! For more

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