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28. 11. 16

Job opportunity: Chief Curator of the National Gallery of Jamaica

Applications are invited to fill the post of Chief Curator at the National Gallery of Jamaica (NGJ), a division of the Institute of Jamaica (IoJ). The successful candidate will be responsible for the development and implementation of the education, outreach and curatorial activities of the NGJ. The deadline for applications...

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24. 11. 16

NGJ presents ‘Last Sundays’ featuring Jazmyn

The National Gallery of Jamaica’s (NGJ) Last Sundays programme for November 27, 2016, will feature a special musical performance by emerging artiste Jazmyn. Multifaceted singer, dancer and artist Jazmyn has been singing on her church’s choir since the tender age of 5, Jazmyn went on to develop her talents at Ardenne...

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23. 11. 16

The NAGB announces participating artists for National Exhibition 8

The National Art Gallery of the Bahamas (NAGB) will open the Eighth National Exhibition (NE8) on December 15, 2016, at 6:30 pm. For the past 13 years, the NAGB has committed itself to the nurturing and fostering of a healthy creative ecosystem and it continues to push the frontiers and...

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22. 11. 16

Annalee Davis’ (bush) Tea Services: Botanical Inheritances

Janice Cheddie shares a review of '(bush) Tea Services', an installation and performance piece by Barbadian artist Annalee Davis. The project, which explores the multi-layered and complex history of the plantation in the Caribbean, took place in July/August 2016 as part of the temporary Empire Remains Shop in London, curated by artists and...

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21. 11. 16

Garfield Morgan discusses an intuitive approach to art-making

Jacqueline Bishop interviews Jamaican artist Garfield Morgan in an exclusive feature for ARC Magazine. Morgan shares his background and training as an artist, his influences and inspiration for his varied practice, and the concepts behind some of his larger projects and exhibitions including 'The Tarp Project' - a socially engaged...

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18. 11. 16

AICA Southern Caribbean shares ‘L’oeil du lezard, caribbean contemporary art: Ricardo Ozier-Lafontaine’

In an initiative conceptualized by Dominique Brebion from Martinique, AICA Southern Caribbean and AMCA have been creating a series of short videos titled 'L’oeil du lezard, caribbean contemporary art' with an aim to introduce contemporary Caribbean visual artists to a broader, international audience. These videos are released in French, English...

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17. 11. 16

Small Axe: Caribbean Queer Visualities at the Outburst Queer Arts Festival

Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast, Northern Ireland is proud to host a new group exhibition of queer work from Caribbean artists, in partnership with Outburst Queer Arts Festival and British Council, as part of the Small Axe: Caribbean Queer Visualities initiative. The exhibition runs from November 11, 2016 to Januray 7, 2017....

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