Report on Offset: Art Publishing in the CaribbeanWednesday, December 21st, 2011 Categories: ARC Partners, Events, Reports, Updates
The National Gallery of Jamaica in association with ARC Magazine and Caribbean InTransit produced Offset: Art Publishing in the Caribbean, the joint launch of ARC Magazine Issue IV and the first issue of the new academic publication Caribbean InTransit on the 10th of December at the NGJ. To introduce the launch, the NGJ has developed a discussion panel that will focus on the opportunities and challenges involved in art journal publishing across the Anglophone Caribbean and its Diaspora. The panel included the editor and co-founder of ARC Magazine, Holly Bynoe, Marielle Barrow, founder and director of Caribbean InTransit, Keino Senior and Carol “Annie” Hamilton, editors of the new Edna Manley College journal Jonkunnu, Kim Robinson, editor of Jamaica Journal and Annie Paul contributing editor of Small Axe; the panel was moderated by Veerle Poupeye, executive director of the National Gallery of Jamaica.
This event took place at the National Gallery of Jamaica on Saturday, December 10, from 1:30 pm to 4pm.
The entire panel recoding can be streamed here: http://soundcloud.com/national-gallery-jamaica/offset-soundrecording
All photography and video recordings courtesy the National Gallery of Jamaica © 2011.