Those who employ his many and varied visual skills however, will confirm the welcome surprise to many, that Moo Young is far more than just a photographer.
Loyal to Jamaica joining forces with the
In a meeting on Thursday, March 18th the Honourable Minister Andrew Holness, of Jamaica’s Ministry of Education, commited support for the Foundation.
Lots of things are in store for all who connect with the Arts this year. For sure good notes were written at the recent Art of Music Festival.
Professor Rex Nettleford died late Tuesday evening at the George Washington Hospital in the United States six days after collapsing in a US hotel, where he was on visit for a fundraising gala for the UWI.
Among the works of Master Painter Barrington Watson, patron of the Foundation is the portrait of US Ambassador Her Excellency Brenda LaGrange Johnson, done ealy 2009. A very appreciative audience gasped as one, at its revealing at the Gallery Barrington, Hope Road in February of that year.
In 2010, the OAaSIS core team deeply wish you all success beyond your wildest imagination, knowing fully well that God the greatest creator, composer, ARTist is the best in inspiration, and guidance. I, as founder am here from wherever I find myself to support you in any way to realise your full potential, and what’s more now there is a growing network of creative, and skilled persons and well wishers sending you at least postive energy.
In January 2010, varying members of the creative force will team up with business persons to impact positively on Jamaica
On August 31, six new children swelled the numbers at the James Street location. Visual Artist Rico Reiko Nagase, a naturalised Jamaican from Japan conducted a workshop in primary and secondary colours. […]
The Jamaica Cultural Development Commission’s (JCDC) Jamaica Visual Arts Competition and Exhibition will host its 2019 Youth Edition Award Ceremony and Exhibition Launch at the Jamaica Conference Centre, Port Royal Street, Downtown […]