After 13 years full time at The Gleaner, and an intense love affair with the Arts, writer and critic Anthea McGibbon has started her own line of Arts, offering a wide range of services and products. She is still however committed to her contributions at the Gleaner’s Art and Education section as that is her avenue of expressing her total committment to sensitizing others to arts, creativity and culture.
Last year she started the OAaSIS International Foundation, dedicated to networking creative minds, while adding a media site to the compliment of media houses.
Her website, she explains in no way competes with any existing mediahouse, but rather compliments what they offer by providing added space to zero in on the arts, creativity, and culture she believes in.
These are her extended tools aside from writing for the Gleaner

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