On October 27, 2016, the day had to be rescheduled to Grades One and Grade 6. Grade one was taught how to make a book from one sheet of paper and Grade six worked at being critical thinkers. Artist Rico Nagase joined the creative club at Allman Town. This is the booklet for Grade 1 … Continue reading
The Ministry of Education for over a year now has been ensuring that the ARTS is being aggressively incorporated into their national school curriculum (NSC) and plans. The concept of STEM is being improved to include the Arts as a driver to learning all subjects generally, hence STEAM. Last week, on October 13, 14 and … Continue reading
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September 2016 saw the literal return of OAaSIS into schools after approximately two years. Over two years ago Peter Johnson was murdered at his home, the very location where OAaSIS projects were being held for the community of Central Kingston. Several persons pledged to support the Foundation’s efforts once a more public location was identified. … Continue reading
OAaSIS faced its own challenges since the murder of Peter Johnson over two years ago. In September 15, the first project was initialised.
Barrington Watson affectionately known as Barry Watson born 1931 died January 26, 2016 and was buried February 6, 2016. He was one of the patrons of the OAaSIS Int Foundation. …………………………………….. Numerous persons are still requesting paintings – please be advised that his wife Doreen can be contracted at 3500597 area code 876 as well.
Since April 2013, the last minutes a lot has happened. The greatest challenge has been to maintain site information. There is still need to replace information that was destroyed while the site was hosted by Yush network. The foundation has the added challenge of sourcing needed funds to offset expenses such as hosting fees. Mr … Continue reading
2012 began with some 20 members being added to the facebook page. On April 1, a count of 904 members exist in the group with some 70 liking the page set up as a holding area for photographs. Errol ‘Shakka’ Dawes who recently became photographer at www.jamaicans.com has also volunteered to become an official photographer … Continue reading