On this week’s Arts Page, 10 Jamaicans awarded under one of the oldest award schemes of its kind in the Western Hemisphere, the 124-year-old Musgrave Awards.
On this week’s Arts Page, JCDC Visual Arts Exhibition now open!
Southern Parks and Markets Waste Management Ltd cops top prize at NSWMA Waste to Art Competition.
On this week’s Arts Page, JAFTA joins the Spotlight Initiative for Short Film Competition. And later, entries close this Sunday for the JIS Heritage Competition.
On this week’s Arts Page, several activities planned to mark Heritage Month. Plus, Culture Minister Olivia Grange pays tribute to cultural pioneer, Buddy Pouyat.
JIS celebrates Heritage Month with its annual school tour.
Entries now open for the 11th JIS Heritage Competition
Entries now open for the 2021 Customer Service Song Competition.
Amateur filmmakers win big in JCDC FiWi Short Film competition.
Summer steel pan sessions for inner-city youth!
Highlights of the 2021 staging of the Jamaica Poetry Festival.
Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Olivia Grange, has announced the schedule of activities for this year’s Emancipation and Independence celebration, being held under the theme: ‘Jamaica 59: Come Mek We Celebrate Online’.
Ten finalists vie for the title of Jamaica Gospel Star in a new ‘spin’ on the annual JCDC Gospel Song Competition.
The remaining six finalists of the Jamaica Festival Song competition showcase their talent ahead of the final live show on July 22.
Finalists of the Jamaica Festival Song competition showcase their talent ahead of the final live show on July 22.
On today’s programme…. the cultural and creative industries come together to raise greater awareness about their efforts amidst the pandemic.
Plus, International Reggae Day.
On this week’s Arts Page…. Cultural and Creative Industry stakeholders weigh in on recent changes to event and entertainment protocols.
On this week’s Arts Page, Paint Up Yuh Creative Space across Kingston.
Plus, IOJ Executive Director to deliver the 33rd Grace Kennedy Foundation lecture.
Government and stakeholders enter latest round of discussions for the possible reopening of the entertainment sector. We hear what entertainers have to say!