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National Gallery Reaches Out!

 
The National Gallery of Jamaica has put out a document on how to view its exhibitions that includes its weekly schedules, its tour formats, costs for children and adults, and a step by step process on how to access and use the Guided Tours.
The NGJ’s Education Department also includes a list of services, the gallery’s outreach programs, art programs for children, public forums and seminars, and the research assistance it offers.
 
 

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Jamaican Stuart Robertson is one of 16 artists who contributed to a 245’X17’ Black Lives Matter street mural in Palo Alto, California.

Jamaican Environmental Filmmaker Esther Figueroa has curated the first Global Extraction Film Festival that streams online at https://www.caribbeancrea

Kingston Creative will open Jamaica’s first Creative Hub in Downtown Kingston on Monday July 27th.

Renee Cox is one of nine black artists and cultural leaders the NY Times Style Magazine recently asked for their take on cultivating black audiences and dismantling historically white institutions.

Jamaican born artist Jae Sterling will show Riding Horses with White Men, his debut art exhibit, in Calgary.

Minister of Tourism the Hon. Edmund Bartlett says there are plans to open an Artisan Village at Hampden Wharf in Falmouth, Trelawny in a few weeks.

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