Happenings On The Edge
Kingston on the Edge (KOTE) Urban Arts Festival 2012 starts June 22 and runs till June 30. See below for details on opening night at Redbones. See the KOTE website for more info! Search our archives for past KOTE events!
Jamaica Cultural Enterprises (JCE)’s next Kingston Art Trek is scheduled for Saturday, November 26. Explore the creative side of Jamaica with JCE as they visit Kingston’s many art galleries and converse with artists, gallery owners and curators. You don’t want to miss it. See Art Trek reviews here or search our archives
Up and coming local songstress, Sarah “Sezi” Silvera will be performing at Redbones Blues Cafe, July 8 at 9pm. Sezi is a talented singer, songwriter, storyteller, and dancer and never fails to entertain her audiences with her unique animated style and provative lyrics. Check out the show for sure! Admission
The Junior Jamaica Dance Umbrella performance will be this Saturday March 5th at 2pm at the Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts, UWI Mona. Tickets on sale now at the Philip Sherlock Centre: $500 adults, $300 children. Call 927-1047 to make your reservations. Here’s the schedule for the JDU
Pecha Kucha (pronounced peh-chak-cha) is an international non-profit designers’ “show and tell” event. Pecha Kucha Kingston will be held on November 17 at the Village Blues Bar, Barbican Road. According to the main Pecha Kucha website “Pecha Kucha Night was devised in Tokyo in February 2003 as an event for
Jamaica Cultural Enterprises (JCE) will be organizing their next ART TREK on Saturday, November 20, from 10am to 6pm. Stops will include visits to the following: Emancipation Park National Gallery of Jamaica Studio 174 Roktowa Gallery Revolution Gallery Bolivar Gallery Heather Sutherland-Wade’s Studio Cost: $4,500.00 includes lunch, transportation, entry fees
CHR Productions led by Crimson Heart Replica presents Rebel Grrrl Musick November 5 featuring three of Jamaica’s top female rockers: Crimson Heart Replica, Jovi Rockwell and Sezi. Plus Electro Pop and Indie Rock provided by DJ Imbrue. Admission $800. Tomas Willing. Fore more info see facebook Check out 2 Minutes with Crimson Heart
Brand New Machine, Kingston’s hottest party and brainschild of Steve “Urchin” Wilson and Terrence “Farenheit” Harold, has gone global! Brand New Machine (or BNM as it’s affectionately known) was created by Wilson and Harold as “a series of club nights with a difference… bringing new ideas and the hottest DJs to
KOTE 2010 ended with a bang Saturday night as patrons young and old enjoyed the closing party held at Grosvenor Galleries. The evening showcased a variety of art, including a never before seen set of urban posters gathered over the years by Grosvenor Galleries curator Douglas Reid. This brilliant collection
Saturday, June 25 – Poetry reading and signing with Joan Andrea Hutchinson and Tanya Shirley – Bookland, New Kingston.