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IOJ Exhibit Rastafari Movement in Jamaica

Arts Page | August 13, 2013
In April, the Institute of Jamaica will for the first time mount an exhibit solely on the Rastafari Movement in Jamaica.
Presenter: Karlene Brown Thompson
Producer: Karlene Brown Thompson
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Arts Page | October 7, 2019
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Arts Page | September 27, 2019
This week on The Arts Page, we continue our series on storytelling with newly elected President of the Jamaica Tour Guide Association, Christopher Creary. All part of our Miss Lou 100 celebrations.
Presenter: Vanessa Silvera
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Arts Page | September 20, 2019
From September 1 to December 10, Jamaica will be celebrating its most famous of storyteller, Louise Bennett Coverley. Today we are also featuring two people who have made the practice into a career, Christopher Creary, storyteller and tour guide at Hope Botanical Gardens and animated storyteller Christine Neil Wright.
Presenter: Vanessa Silvera
Producer: Vanessa Silvera
Arts Page | September 13, 2019
On this week’s edition of the Arts Page, we present a breakdown of the activities for the Miss Lou 100 celebrations. Plus, Storyteller Amina Blackwood Meeks shares one of her Miss Lou favourites.
Presenter: Vanessa Silvera
Producer: Vanessa Silvera
Arts Page | September 11, 2019
The Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport has officially launched Miss Lou 100, to commemorate the centenary of the birth of cultural icon Louise Bennett Coverley. Activities have been spread across the globe, from Jamaica to Florida to Canada, with pockets of Jamaicans celebrating the mother of Jamaican Language and Culture in their own way. Dub Poet and Linguist Cue Kirk explains how Miss Lou helped to change her perception of herself as a Jamaican-Canadian.
Presenter: Vanessa Silvera
Producer: Vanessa Silvera