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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
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
At last the long awaited recording of the interview where CVM TV at Sunrise shun brightly on OAaSIS representatives is available for those who missed out
Thanks to Farenheit, Peter Lloyd, Winston “Bello” Bell, Cordel Green, Barrington Watson, Kamal Hinds for a successful OAaSIS series at Allman Town
Come Tuesday, February 16th, from 7:00a.m OAaSIS International representatives will be guests on Jamaica’s televison prograsmme “Smile Jamaica, It’s morning time!”
Teacher says the first workshop was extremely beneficial to the older students, as Kamal Hines introduced the GSAT Games to the students. A number of teachers have since expressed an interest in securing these cds to be used in lesson delivery.
I cannot thank Ms. Anthea McGibbon and her team enough for the six amazing days we had, says Allman Town Principal Mrs Kandi-Lee Crooks-Smith
Following his presentation on Art, his own experience as an graphic artist and actor unknown to many more familiar with his music and songs, and as a back up singer to Sean Paul, Farenheit
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.
Earlier this year, the school’s principal, Kandi-Lee Crooks Smith highlighted the arts as one area that needed assistance in an interview with the Gleaner’s Arts and Education Editor, Robert Lalah.
The sessions by OAaSIS volunteers, are being held to sensitise Jamaica