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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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Jamaican born quilt artist, Donnette A. Cooper, Esq.

Jamaican artist Renee Cox’s work will be featured in a group show entitled In Conversation: Visual Meditations on Black Masculinity at The African American Museum in Philadelphia running u

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.

Jamaican-born Ludlow Bailey, Founder and Managing Director of Contemporary African Diaspora Art (CADA), has been appointed Consulting Curator for the 30th anniversary of Art

The final round of the Jamaican EU’s short film competition has shortlisted 25 film makers.

Amashika Lorne has published a patois-themed colouring book for children titled: Chat Tu Mi and Colour. The book is written in the Cassidy-LePage Orthography, a system for

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