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VIRTUAL ARTWALKS FROM MARCH TO JUNE

 

Kingston Creative’s monthly Artwalk festival experience goes virtual March 29th, thanks to  sponsors Sagicor, tTech and the Tourism Enhancement Fund.

The virtual experience will take place every last Sunday from March through June and will be available on Kingston Creative’s IGTV channel at 11 am – 2 pm, with performances from various artists and a showcase from vendors that will allow the audience to enjoy the arts while they shop for locally made creative products.

Persons and/or organizations interested in being a part of the series of Virtual Artwalks are encouraged to email info@kingstoncreative.org.

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