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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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KOTE

Kinston on the Edge 2015 is not quite over…if you missed any of the following Studio Exhibitions you still have time to see them & to meet the artists!! Little Women (Redbones Gallery) Chandis Fri & Sat 5pm-11pm (Show ends Sat July 4) Tarp Project (NLS Studios) Garfield Morgan Fri. 10am-5pm

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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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KOTE

  Pop-up art studios exhibition on all week at Café What’s On, 133 Barbican Road. Their first year participating in KOTE, Café What’s On is focusing on the incredible talents of Jamaican visual artists. A diverse selection of artists will be showcasing their skills in the Café’s pop-up studios ranging from

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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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Check out these unique creations from Jamaican designer, Claire Requa. I recently discovered her at the Grosvenor Galleries Art fair and fell in love with her work. Check out her site for some very cool Christmas gift ideas! About Clare Requa  “What started five years ago as a single lamp shade in

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How about buying Jamaican art for Christmas this year?  We have such amazing artists both here in Jamaica and abroad, let’s support our Jamaican artists this Christmas. Check out Jamaican sculptor and artist Nakazzi Hutchinson at Nakazzi.com.  About Nakazzi Hutchinson One of Jamaica’s most talented young artists, Nakazzi Hutchinson graduated from

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Happening on the Edge 2012

  Here’s the Jamaica Cultural Enterprises’  December line up of great tours of Jamaica.  I have done several of them and they are a great way to experience Jamaica, meet new people and have a great time!  Specialty Trips:  Saturday, December 1 – Day Trip to Richmond Estate for the Jamaica Epicurean

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A highly talented 33-year old who has spent his life in a wheelchair because of his physical condition, acquired at birth, known as cerebral palsy, Astro is an artist. While his physical condition has severely limited his body movements, Astro uses a special device that allows him to make beautiful

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