Here’s Episode 1 of MI A GO FOREIGN – Moving to NYC. Enjoy this sit(dance) com dancehall style with Hanna Herbertson and Cindy Claes! For more info on what this is all about see Mi a go foreign.
It’s Jamaica Dance Umbrella time again this weekend at the Philip Sherlock Centre, UWI, Mona. The Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts (PSCCA) will once again showcase the best dance talent in Jamaica and beyond our shores through the Jamaica Dance Umbrella (JDU) 2012 showcase. This will take place
Jackie Guy, a Jamaican-born dancer, choreographer, teacher, lecturer, and performer, was honoured by the Association of Dance of the African Diaspora in collaboration with IRIE! Dance Theatre earlier in October of this year. The award presentation followed a Master Class hosted by Jackie at the Moonshot Centre, New Cross, south
There will be the fourth staging of ‘BRICOLAGE’, the choreographic works of Kyisha Patterson on Sunday, December 5th at 5pm at the Phillip Sherlock Centre, UWI. This staging of choreography has been happening since 2005 and has blossomed into a performing dance group that has performed on Jamaica Dance Umbrella
Stefanie Belnavis presents ‘NOT FOR EGO, BEYOND SELF, NOT OF THIS WORLD’, a benefit dance performance in aid of the Salvation Army’s Home for Children, “The Nest” and Stefanie’s Master’s programme in Dance Movement Therapy at Antioch University. Stefanie’s goal is to become a Certified Dance Movement Therapist with the
The art of body, the science of movement and the spirit of Jamaica. Performances by: Neila Ebanks, Stefanie Belnavis, Kerry-Ann Henry, Marita Hitchins Dancers of Jamaica, Kyisha Patterson, Michael Holgate, Sodanne Professional Moves & Shady Squad Philip Sherlock Centre 8pm Admission: Contributions welcome
The first ever Jamaica Dance Umbrella is coming up this weekend, starting Friday March 6 at the Philip Sherlock Center as part of the International Arts Festival being held there this month. In support of this event, YardEdge will be profiling a series of Jamaican dancers and choreographers who will
The Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts (PSCCA) will be hosting its first ever Jamaica Dance Umbrella Showcase. This 3 day event is a part of the PSCCA 2009 International Arts Festival scheduled from February 16 to March 8, 2009. The overall Festival is geared towards ‘Celebrating Cultural Diversity