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Dub from Israel to Jamrock - Alon Braier Winner of the International Reggae Poster Competition 2012

Alon Braier Winner of the First International Reggae Poster Competition

Kingston, Jamaica: When judging ended on the first International Reggae Poster Competition, Israeli freelance illustrator Alon Braier had copped the top prize with his Roots of Dub poster.

World a Reggae Exhibition: Exploring Reggae's Visual Vibrations

Roots of Reggae copped top prize in the Reggae Poster Competition

Music and visual art have long been kissing cousins, often sewing seeds of inspiration for each other. On Sunday morning, September 30, 2012, the National Gallery of Jamaica opened the exhibition World-A-Reggae, featuring the 100 best entries from the first International Reggae Poster Contest.

Brooks & Khouri Cop top prizes at JCDC Visual Arts Competition 2012

Hope Brooks accepts her prize of a cellular phone from LIME

Hope Brooks’ painting ‘Slavery Trilogy Sequel: Where Have We Come?

Kapo Gallery opened at National Gallery of Jamaica

Adam and Eve by Mallica 'Kapo' Reynolds

The works of intuitive artist Mallica ‘Kapo’ Reynolds O.D. has rejoined the permanent display at the National Gallery of Jamaica (NGJ) with the opening of the Kapo Gallery.

KOTE 2012: Opening the 'I' in Identity

Kingston on the Edge

Kingston is getting ready to showcase its artsy side with the return of the festival Kingston on the Edge (KOTE), under the theme Identity, The Opened I.

Paradise Revealed - Launch of Pictures From Paradise

Mariel Brown, co-editor of Pictures from Paradise

From Human Trafficking to Partying - SVA Final Year Exhibition

'Mandines' from Lychelle McFarlane's Human Trafficking installation

Celebrating Barry Watson -The NGJ's Barrington: A Retrospective

Catalogue Cover of Barrington: A Retrospective

The exhibition Barrington: A Retrospective, currently underway at the National Gallery of Jamaica, Kingston is beautifully timed for the commemoration of Jamaica’s 50th year of independence as Watson’s paintings provide a marvelous prism through which to gaze at the nation.

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