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If you were there in 2010 when the first creative workshop series began, you just might want to join us during the final 2011 quarter. We resume our creative workshop series, as the dust from starting up he library gets clearer. By the way have you visited the Library area as yet? The series is … Continue reading
Across Jamaica, creative workshop series are held in schools, by OAaSIS International networking with artists(es), to empower the creative mind of youth
We are currently involving every mite donated towards funding the projects. See our cannisters at participating locations and check website for tallying.
The reports are overwhelming and a true outpouring of gratitude from St Theresa students.
Mr Foga sang a nice song. Aunty Joann sang a song about respect.
I learnt that photographs can be transferred into drawings.
It was a good review on our school. We got in contest, we played Frisbee, and we learned how to appreciate each other. We know our arts and to appreciate it.
We had Mr Davonish who taught us about his occupations. He asked some questions
DJ Davonish was a great radio announcer. We were taught about culinary arts.
The magician was so cool. We have learnt a lot from them. We thank you a lot.
I also learnt the three types of arts they are: visual, performing and literary.
We learnt about a new kind of art that the lunch lady do, it called Culinary
Nowadays, people think that only persons who sing and draw are artists but I am telling you all our teachers are artists.