Posts Tagged

National Gallery of Jamaica

Art

Here’s an interesting video looking at the National Gallery of Jamaica’s recent National Biennial 2012: The Final Word. This short video documentary on the National Biennial 2012 was produced and contributed, as a special courtesy, by Marvin Bartley Studios Ltd. Hope you got a chance to see it! For more

Read More
Art

The JCDC/NGJ National Visual Arts Competition & Exhibition 2010 opens this Sunday at the National Gallery of Jamaica – Orange Street, Downtown Kingston at 3:00 p.m. 153 awards will be presented to 103 artists. Admission is free.

Read More
Art

Redemption Song by Laura Facey-Cooper, Emancipation Park Recently I joined a few friends to go on an organized gallery hopping trip throughout Kingston. This “Art Trek” was organized by Jamaica Cultural Enterprises, a new company formed this year to develop and market cultural tours and related activies in Jamaica. We

Read More
ArtHappening on the Edge 2010

Young Talent V is the fifth in a series of exhibitions that was inaugurated in 1985 and seeks to give national exposure to some of Jamaica’s most promising and exciting young artists.

Read More
Art

The first exhibition for 2010 is Edward Lucie-Smith: 40 Photographs which will open on Sunday, January 17, 2010, at 11 am. The exhibition consists of a selection of 40 of the 61 photographs recently donated to the National Gallery of Jamaica by noted Jamaican-born art critic, poet and photographer Edward

Read More
Art

The National Gallery of  Jamaica has recently launched a blog which they describe as a “blog about the National Gallery of Jamaica and Jamaican art”. The blog is reasonably well done and worth checking out. National Gallery of Jamaica Blog

Read More
Art

The 2009 National Visual Arts Exhibition and Competition opens at the National Gallery on Sunday, July 19, 2009 at 3 pm, when the winners of the medals and other awards will also be announced.

Read More
Art

On Sunday the National Gallery of Jamaica located in downtown Kingston gave free guided tours of their collections. Music was provided by Phillip Supersad and Mackeehan Solomon. 

Read More