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21. 2. 15

Mother Tongue’s Fresh Milk Residency – First Blog Post

Mother Tongue, the curatorial duo of Jessica Carden and Tiffany Boyle, share their first blog post about their residency at The Fresh Milk Art Platform. Coming from Scotland and never having been to the Caribbean before, they describe their introduction to the Barbadian art scene and share some of their...

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20. 2. 15

XXV Eduardo León Jimenes Art Contest Awards and Exhibition

The winners of the XXV Eduardo León Jimenes Art Contest Awards are Marie Jiménez, Joiri Minaya and Fermín Ceballos, who won three equal prizes offered by sponsoring institutions of the competition. Patricia Encarnación and Andrés Farías were also recognized with special awards and art residencies. The Eduardo León Jimenes Foundation...

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20. 2. 15

National Gallery of Jamaica pays tribute to Annabella Proudlock

The National Gallery of Jamaica pays tribute to Annabella Proudlock, artist, collector, art patron and gallerist, who passed away on February 14, 2015. She was the Managing Director of Harmony Hall and a former Board member of the National Gallery of Jamaica. Annabella Proudlock was born in Wales and worked as...

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19. 2. 15

The Huffington Post shares ‘Where Caribbean Carnivals And Contemporary Performance Art Meet’

Priscilla Frank writes for the Huffington Post about the relationship between Caribbean Carnivals and contemporary performance art, focusing on the transnational performance series and traveling exhibition ‘EN MAS’: Carnival and Performance Art of the Caribbean’, which opens March 7, 2015 at the Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans (CAC). The exhibition is curated...

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19. 2. 15

NGJ shares a call for submissions: Young Talent 2015

Since 1985, the National Gallery of Jamaica has staged five Young Talent exhibitions, the most recent of which were Young Talent V in 2010 as well as a spin-off exhibition New Roots in 2013. The Young Talent series, which features Jamaican artists under 40 years old, is designed to unearth and promote new and emerging talent. Some of...

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18. 2. 15

The Hon. Lisa Hanna Reminisces on Jamaica’s Intangible Cultural Heritage

Minister of Youth and Culture, the Honourable Lisa Hanna, has officially opened the exhibition on Jamaica’s Intangible Cultural Heritage at the African Caribbean Institute of Jamaica/Jamaica Memory Bank (ACIJ/JMB) offices at Kingston Mall, downtown Kingston. The exhibition forms part of the ACIJ/JMB’s ongoing work in sensitizing the public to Jamaica’s rich...

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18. 2. 15

Open Call: Fresh Milk Barbados ‘My Time’ Local Residency 2015

Following last year’s local residency programme, which was awarded to Barbadian visual artist Cherise Ward, The Fresh Milk Art Platform, Barbados, is pleased to announce that they have again received generous support to host the second edition of the ‘My Time’ Local Residency for 2015. One Barbadian artist will be selected...

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