On the second day there were an artist he did some wonderful drawings. And then they started to talk about arts, and then a musician came.
The OAaSIS International was founded in 2008. On the first day of their arrival, we learned about three types of Art – Performing, Visual and Literary.
We met a lady named Aunty Stacey, she talked to us about the different types of arts which are: performing, culinary, visual and literary.
There was a magician who came and did some fun magic tricks. It was very fun. We all were entertained by the guests.
On day 2 of the OAaSIS creative series there were enough digital cameras and one upcoming videoman present to record what teachers describe as
Students enjoyed this activity as Art and Craft is a subject loved by all age groups represented. The highlightof the day were the upcoming reggae and dancehall artistes,
The day began with the national anthem and prayer led by Dianne Taylor, principal, and enthusiasm soon was contagious to silence the children, aged 0-13
Sensational, in her delivery, she was one of four artistes arranged by Solid Agency’s Chris Campbell to perform and to give a pep talk to the participants.
The day of creative series, which was largely musical, went well for some 200 children and parents tightly packed into the hall at Port Royal Primary and Infant
This Friday April 23, Kimberly joins an elite team of Jamaican entrepreneurs, visual artists and entertainers to host ‘The Critical Role and Impact of the Arts’
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 […]