Kingston on the Edge (KOTE) 2016 celebrates Jamaican creativity! KOTE is an annual ten-day, multi-venue, non-profit, urban arts festival that supports and promotes positive creative energy in Kingston, Jamaica through artistic exchange and community involvement. Providing a forum outside of traditional spaces, KOTE allows participating artists to express themselves and
Kingston on the Edge (KOTE) 2016 – Kingston Art is Happening KOTE 2016 runs from June 17 – 26. KOTE is Jamaica’s urban arts festival which happens every year in Kingston. Past KOTEs have showcased Jamaica’s plethora of artists, dancers, actors, musicians, singers and more! Create a KOTE 2016 Logo
KINGSTON ART IS HAPPENING… Kingston On The Edge Urban Art Festival (KOTE) 2016 is coming – June 17 to 26. KOTE 2016’s theme is “Connections”. The folks at KOTE this year are looking at the contextual relationships in art and the link between cause and effect. Some of the
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
It’s that time of year, Kingston on the Edge or KOTE 2015 is happening June 19 to 28th. Kingston on the Edge is an urban arts festival that features an eclectic array of art events – music, dance, film, visual arts and more! If you have a concept or idea
Kingston on the Edge (KOTE), the largest visual and performing arts festival in the English speaking Caribbean, will kick off its 7th iteration on Friday the 20th of June, at Redbones Blues Cafe. The festival, which features the latest work by some of Kingston’s leading painters, sculptors, dancers, dramatists,
So what’s the big deal about KOTE, Kingston’s Urban Arts Festival going on now in Kingston, Jamaica?