Saturday Art Time is a series of art workshops conducted each Saturday at the National Gallery of Jamaica free of cost from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Kingston on the edge is a urban art festival that tries to highlight all of the positive energy in Kingston… but we wanted to showcase the creative things the people and the places that showcase a lot of this work.
The Jamaica Cultural Development Corporation’s National Festival of the Performing Arts!
The competition has already gone to the various parishes awarding the best performers in Dance, Drama, Music, speech and Traditional Folk Forms.
Young Animators, Script Writers and Artists! Time is running out for you to be part of the biggest thing the Jamaican animation industry has ever seen.
The university partnered with the Institute of Jamaica’s Music Museum to mount the “Honouring 50 years of Jamaican Music’ exhibit which was dedicated to the island’s musical journey.
The Ministry of Tourism and Entertainment is looking to maximize the economic potential of the country’s cultural product, through the staging of two major entertainment events.
‘90 Days of Summer’ and ‘Kingston in February’ will target locals as well as visitors to the island.
It is important to us to give people the opportunity to understand their Independence, appreciate it, hold it, taste it, love it and we wanted, for those persons who are not able to get out there and see one of the big stage shows, to also give them the best of what Jamaica has to offer, both locally and internationally
The Jamaica Cultural Development Corporation is putting a twist on our longest running song competition.
A sea of black, green and gold descended on the National Stadium in Kingston CELTuesday as thousands of Jamaicans from near and far, gathered to celebrate the country’s 51st Anniversary at the Independence Grand Gala.