The Dudus Chronicles, an exhibition of recent work by Belizean artist Hubert Neal, Jr. opened on Saturday, August 21 at Grosvenor Galleries. YardEdge: Why are you an artist? Hubert: i was born this way. i have aways had a need to express myself in creative ways YardEdge: When did you first become one?
YardEdge guest blogger, Berette Macaulay interviews Douglas Reid from Grosvenor Galleries on his urban poster collection on exhibit now at Grosvenor Galleries until August 20. Grosvenor Galleries is located at 1 Grosvenor Terrace in Manor Park. More on this to come..
YardEdge: How would you describe your work? Debra: My stories are inspired from my Jamaican background, and the totality of my life experiences. So you can say it’s a mixture of: heart, drama and a lot of comedic moments. YardEdge: When did you first realize that you wanted to become an actress
YardEdge: Why are you an artist? Alicia: Art, to me, personifies who I am. I love colours. I love beautiful things. I love anything that is unique and not quite ordinary. I have always been involved in art. It is a passion, a dream, a reality, a talent. It is
YardEdge: What is Ishka Designs all about? Anishka: Ishka Designs Inc. a New York-based interior design firm, led by myself and Niya Bascom, provides efficiently beautiful interior design solutions to commercial and residential spaces. Each project is thoroughly conceived with substantial client involvement throughout. From conceptual ideas to fully installed
Once again, YardEdge welcomes Guest Blogger, Ian Ferguson who talks to Producer Judith Remekie…. Oh yes, sweet-sweet Jamaica has produced a great deal of worldly names that has put the island squarely on the world stage. Some of these talented individuals have been hiding in plain view. You’ve got to
YardEdge welcomes guest blogger Ian Ferguson who talks to actress, singer, dancer Sharon Ferguson about her work and life in Hollywood… It is a fast paced life in Hollywood and with the ever changing creative direction of the entertainment industry, it’s nice to know that we have many talented Jamaicans
YardEdge’s guest blogger, Karen Hutchinson talks to Millicent Graham. Confession time: the very first time I saw Millicent Graham I thought she was a flake. Why? It was the Calabash Literary Festival 2009, she was slated to read from her spanking new collection of poetry, The Damp in Things, and
YE: Why are you a writer/poet? Tanya: Primarily because I’ve always loved to read and that inspired my imagination and my love for words. Reading a lot from an early age made me want to create my own stories. I’ve also been inspired by family members who loved to give