So what’s the big deal about KOTE, Kingston’s Urban Arts Festival going on now in Kingston, Jamaica?
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
The Caribbean is the most tourism dependent region of the world and also one of the most vulnerable to the impact of climate change. How does climate change affect us here in the Caribbean? Caribbean countries and economies are highly vulnerable to the effects of climate change. Jamaica, for example,
JOHNNY OSBOURNE AT ROCKHOUSE HOTEL OUTDOOR ACOUSTIC CONCERT SERIES Johnny Osbourne Inna Campfire Acoustical Fashion Hosted by Tifa and featuring DJ Max Glazer of the Federation Sound System Tuesday June 18, 2013 Doors at 8pm Performance begins promptly at 9pm JA$1000 Rockhouse Hotel & Spa and Pushcart Restaurant in Negril
There’s a big sound coming out of South East London and it’s called Unit 137. In their own words, Unit 1-3-7 is a “a collective of DJs, producers, vocalists, engineers and instrumentalists drawn together by a shared passion of conscious, forward thinking bass music,” consisting of Hylu, Jago, Zico, D-Tek,
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