Radio Programme

National Gallery of Jamaica

Roundabout JA | July 18, 2014
No longer will persons from the Western and Northern sections of the island have to journey to Kingston to view art pieces at the National Gallery of Jamaica. The Gallery has recently opened a new branch, Gallery West, at the Montego Bay Cultural Centre.
Presenter: Ruth-Ann Carr
Producer: Cassitta Irving
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Presenter: Vaughn Davis
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