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Art Through the Eye of the Storm: National Gallery of Cayman Opens New Photographic Series

Gretchen Allen's Genesis one of the pieces transformed by Hurricane Ivan

In the wake of a hurricane most of our attention, and rightly so, goes to the trail of devastation, broken buildings, upended trees and often death that follows. Storms often take with them not only the things that can be easily replaced, but also the intangible.

NLS Rolls Out Auction and Residency for Summer 2016

David Gumb, Kelley-Ann Lindo & Susanne Winterling for NLS Residency 2016

The NLS summer 2016 programme is about to jump off with an exhibition and silent auction, the culmination of the inaugural REACH for the Arts project.

NGJ Goes Digital: National Gallery Explores Digital Art With Latest Exhibition

Carla Moore explores Phillip Thomas' Faust

The National Gallery of Jamaica pays homage to the increasing use of digital tools in creating art with their latest exhibition Digital, which opened recently at their Downtown Kingston location.

National Gallery of Jamaica Crackles with Young Talent 2015

The National Gallery of Jamaica bubbles with the energies of Young Talent 2015

Once again the downstairs galleries of the National Gallery of Jamaica in downtown Kingston are crackling with the vibrant energies of ten of Jamaica’s emerging artists.

NLS and Arc Take Caribbean Artists to (e)merge 2014

Caribbean Artists at (e)merge

The Kingston-based art space, NLS is collaborating with Arc Magazine for a presentation of Caribbean art and artists in conversation with artists from outside the region at the 2014 (e)merge art fair, October 2 - 5.

SVA Final Year Exhibition 2014

Natali Daley's Creed

As I made my way through the Final Year exhibition of the School of the Visual Arts at the Edna Manley College, I was feeling a growing sense of disappointment. Last year’s had been exciting and seemed rife with vibrant emerging artists expressing new ideas.

Canopy Guild at NLS

Canopy Guild at NLS

Canopy Guild, the collaborative output of seven artists in different fields of the visual landscape opened at the New Local Space (NLS). The brain child of Trinidadian artist Rodell Warner, the 2014 summer artist-in-Residence at NLS, Canopy Guild is certainly ambitious in scope.

Rodell Warner is NLS Artist in Residence 2014

Rodell Warner's images: projections and paintings

Trinidadian new media artist Rodell Warner is the summer 2014 artist in residence at the New Local Space, NLS, in Kingston.

Danielle Boodoo-Fortuné Launches Solo Exhibition

Images from Criatura by Danielle Boodoo-Fortuné

Artist and poet Danielle Boodoo-Fortuné is about to embark on her first solo exhibition. Dubbed Criatura, the exhibition will feature 44 previously unreleased pieces and opens on Saturday, June 29, at the Art Society of Trinidad and Tobago, Federation Park.

Making Their Mark with 'Dirty Crayons'

Dirty Crayons: Victory Run now on at Cafe What's On, Kingston

The second installment of Dirty Crayons titled ‘Victory Run’, filled Cafe What's On, Kingston, to capacity and then some on Saturday night (January, 12) showcasing art by five of the region’s up and coming visual artists Keegan Simon, Leasho Johnson, Jehan Jackson, Taj Francis and Kemar Swaby.