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Art Events Postponed or Virtual

Until there is an ease of government restrictions because of the pandemic we will cease posting information on art events on this site unless they are virtual. We will return wiser and stronger when this is all behind us. Blessings, and stay safe.

Renee Cox Feature in the SVA Biennial

 

Jamaican born artist Renee Cox’s work is currently being featured in The SVA Biennial Alumni Exhibition in New York running until December 14th, 2019. American Truth is a multi-centric survey of contemporary America through the lens-based work of a group of 20 artists. A panel discussion will take place on December 11th at 6:30pm.

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Aspiring Jamaican film-maker Danielle Mullings will intern for the Creative Minds in Film and Television programme at the Sundance Film Festival 2020, the largest independent film festival in the U

Creative agency ESIROM has awarded Jamaican film-maker Danielle Russell the Sama-Sama Fellowship for a short residency in Indonesia.

The Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport and the Kingston and St.

Photographer Joy Gregory, of Jamaican parentage will open an exhibition at the Black Cultural Archives in Brixton in early 2020 titled ‘Breaking Barriers.’ The exhibition includes portraits of five

Aspiring photographer Yone Gordon placed first in photography in the Jamaica Information Service 2019 Heritage Competition. He had placed second and third in previous years.

The Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art’s special exhibition on artistic achievements of early Caribbean civilizations opens December 16.

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