The Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC) continues to unearth new talent and provide a platform for experienced and developing artists, the latest example of this was through its annual National … Continue reading
Originally posted on National Gallery of Jamaica Blog:
As part of its new initiative to be open to the public every last Sunday of the month, the National Gallery will…
Enter the JN General Insurance Bookworm Bites summer read competition and win great prizes! The competition is open to all Grades 1- 6 students and runs from July 10 to … Continue reading
A photograph says a thousand words but when seen through the resolution and tinge of black green and gold, the words that seem to resonate are “a fi wi sinting.” … Continue reading
Originally posted on Petchary's Blog:
Good things happened around the world last week in the name of Mr. Nelson Mandela, former President of the Republic of South Africa, who…
Stay tuned to ‘Smile Jamaica, It’s Morning time on Television Jamaica (TVJ)’ today to see Mr. Neil Kenlock, UK-Jamaican photographer be interviewed about INTERPRETATIONS: The Jamaican experience. INTERPRETATIONS, is an … Continue reading
LONDON, England — Jamaicans living in the United Kingdom (UK), many of whom have not been back in years, were taken on a journey down memory lane through a photo exhibition now mounted at the Elephant and Castle Shopping Centre here in South London.
The images, captured by renowned Jamaican-born photographer Neil Kenlock and date back to the 1960s, depict various social issues faced Jamaicans living here and on the island, and were mounted alongside more recent images captured by high school students from rural Jamaica who were participants in the Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS) Foundation Resolution Project.