YardEdge had a chat with Douglas Reid of Grosvenor Galleries about his urban poster collection on now at the gallery, his upcoming show, the Dudus Chronicles, and the state of Jamaican art today. YardEdge: What got you started collecting these street signs? Douglas: From the first time I really noticed
The Dudus Chronicles, an exhibition by Belizean artist Hubert Neal, Jr., opens at Grosvenor Galleries, 1 Grosvenor Terrace, on Saturday 21st August, 2010 at 7 p.m. The Dudus Chronicles, created initially at the Roktowa art studio in downtown Kingston is Mr. Neal’s interpretation of the events which occurred during the Tivoli seige by the security
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..
Live Music Nation launched “Wednesdays Rock” at Grosvenor Galleries last Wednesday. Billed as a “jam session” featuring a variety of Jamaica’s musicians and singers, “Wednesdays Rock” turned out to be just that and indeed presented a wide range of artists including some pleasant surprises. It was a relaxed vibe. Patrons
LIVE MUSIC NATION INTRODUCES ROCK JAM SESSIONS AT GROSVENOR GALLERIES. Starting this Wednesday, September 17. Bands performing include, Black Zebra, Crimson Heart Replica, Dre and KJ and Ska Rock Band.
Grosvenor Galleries presents giclees of works done by several Latin American artists. The works are all on sale and well worth checking out. Grosvenor Galleries are located at 1 Grosvenor Terrace, Kingston 8 (just above Manor Park). Phone: 876-924-6684, 876-931-5569 Opening Hours: Tuesdays-Saturdays, 10 a.m. – 5p.m. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org