Kingston on the Edge 2012

Kingston on the Edge (KOTE) is the brainchild of five friends (Beatriz Pozueta, Carolyn Lazarus, Enola Williams, Joaquin Portocarero and Omar Francis) who wanted to showcase Jamaican artists in a creative and free manner. The festival is a weeklong celebration of art and the artists who live and work in and/or are inspired by the city of Kingston, and has quickly become a much anticipated fixture on the local art calendar.

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Jun 2012

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The exhibition will feature the work of established artists from the MF&G Collection: Barrington Watson, Seya Parboosingh, Karl Parboosingh, Eugene Hyde, Kapo, Edna Manley, Milton George, Gene Pearson, Colin Garland, Hope Brooks, Norma Harrack, Fitz Harrack, Sidney McLaren, Carl Abrahams and more…in conversation with the work of emerging artists Leasho Johnson, Phillip Thomas, Deborah M. Carroll Anzinger, Marvin Bartley, Oneika Russell and Di-Andre C Davis.

Fri, 07/25/2014 - 05:00 to 09:00
art@mfg.com.jm

Location

5th Floor Myers, Fletcher & Gordon
21 East Street, Kingston

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