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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. Then the children could hardly sit for the quiz session by Founding Project director Anthea McGibbon. Yes it was a great day with … Continue reading
Melame Gange is an artist and artiste from the Virgin Islands who was in Jamaica for a quick visit to work on his album. On August 24th, 2013, he shows the quickest way in handpainting and printing on teeshirts for sustainable living. Other artists assisting are Rico, Peter Johnson and founding projects director Anthea McGibbon. … Continue reading
LOCATION: 17 James street, Central Kingston The creative workshop series on July 13 got off to a late start, but was lasting. Mr Peter Johnson, location manager and artists himself deferred to assist in monitoring the children this weekend. The volunteers who assisted and conducted projects were Sandra Green, Juan-Marie Daswell, Danielle Barnett and Avery … Continue reading
Since April 2013, the last minutes a lot has happened. The greatest challenge has been to maintain site information. There is still need to replace information that was destroyed while the site was hosted by Yush network. The foundation has the added challenge of sourcing needed funds to offset expenses such as hosting fees. Mr … Continue reading
Webmasters Make $$$ CREATIVE WORKSHOP SERIES: Saint Theresa’s Preparatory, May 2010 By Shara Plummer AT the OAaSIS international Workshop I learnt from Uncle Sydney Chung. He is employed to Berger Paints. He has been there for 27 years, he is the Supervisor for the tech area. He showed us a brochure. The Berger can 20.20 … Continue reading
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 Continue reading