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Events

Multicare team hosts 2017 summer art at National Gallery

Jamaican children had several options to learn fine art, general art and craft over summer this year. From July 10 to 29, Stanford Watson along with graduates of the Edna Manley College volunteering with the Multicare Foundation hosted art classes for summer 2017. The classes were held in an available space at the National Gallery … Continue reading »

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I had fun at art classes (Summer 2017) by Deseray Dawes

Dear OAaSIS, My mom sent me at the art classes at the waterfront, downtown. The classes are from July 23 – 29, 2017. We colour draw and paint there. We make things there and we have our breaks when we are finished our work. We ate patty, but sometimes we got box food there. We … Continue reading »

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The (2017) ‘Summer Art Programme’ by Shanique Dawes

Dear OAaSIS, I went to a program during summer of 2017. It was kept at the waterfront downtown. Mr Stanford Watson, an artist kept it there. He was working for the Multicare Foundation, but he used the space in the National Gallery of Jamaica. We draw and paint and make things there too at the … Continue reading »

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OAaSIS collabs with Allman Town Primary Grade 6 for 2017 projects

The Grade six students of Allman Town Primary recently created their last artefact – designed tiles – as a gift to the school’s canteen. The project was guided mostly by Mrs Nadine Bonner – Williams, grade 6 teacher of Allman Town Primary, and the OAaSIS International Anthea McGibbon . Other teachers assisting were Mr Toyan … Continue reading »

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Creative club pilot started Sept 15, 2016 at Allman Town Primary

Thursday, September 15th, 2016 was the fist day of the pilot creative club project at the Allman Town primary. Some 60 students crammed into the library to start some fun. More were waiting outside. The club is expected to meet on a weekly basis each Thursday with a schedule of activities. Art projects set to … Continue reading »

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Artists celebrate at 21-yr Antique fair as Jamaica turns 50

Webmasters Make $$$ Artists to celebrate Antique fair turning 21 in Jamaica’s 50th year … dealers to showcase historical treasures of nation’s heritage The annual Antiques & Collectibles Fair is slated for November 16,17,18 in Kingston , Jamaica and artists are being invited to showcase their work for patrons. The event is in celebration of … Continue reading »

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OAaSIS to benefit from Suite Jamaica at Iberostar

A newly installed gallery called Suite Jamaica is now at Iberostar to raise funds for the OAaSIS International Foundation

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Did you get Swept Away by Jamaica’s beauties?

Whether you were swept away or not, several tourists were brought to tears by the recent expo

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Expo of Jamaica arts, creative power, products in Negril Dec

Hotelier Jane Issa is known for exhibitions at Swept Away, to allow artists to earn from their talent. This time its a fundraiser for the Foundation projects.

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Arts to Heart tour: Liguanea Club

Artists and artisans will unite to present the “ART TO HEART” tour which previews the ‘Swept Away by Jamaica’s’s beauties’ expo, Negril for December 6, 2010.

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