Home is where the travelling poet’s heart is | The Voice Online

This article is submitted by GSM-UK team leader, Kadesh Anderson http://www.voice-online.co.uk/article/home-where-travelling-poet%E2%80%99s-heart Home Is Where The Travelling Poet’s Heart Is Khadijah Ibrahiim, the first writer from Leeds to be published by Peepal Tree Press, speaks to The Voice about living locally and thinking globally Written by Kadesh Anderson KHADIJAH IBRAHIIM’S house smells like sage. It has … Continue reading Home is where the travelling poet’s heart is | The Voice Online

Last Sundays – January 25, 2015, feat. Smallman, The Solitary Alchemist and the Jamaica Biennial 2014

Alchemy of the ARTS!

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Last Sunday 25 2015-01-01The National Gallery of Jamaica’s Last Sundays programme continues on Sunday, January 25 with a screening of two films: Smallman: The World My Father Made (2013) and The Solitary Alchemist (2010). Visitors will also have the opportunity to view the main exhibition of the Jamaica Biennial 2014. Doors will be open from 11 am to 4 pm and the film screening starts at 1:30 pm.

The Jamaica Biennial 2014 exhibition, which opened on December 7 and continues until March 15, can be seen at the National Gallery of Jamaica, which houses the main exhibition, with satellite exhibitions at Devon House and National Gallery West in Montego Bay and one project, by Bahamian artist Blue Curry, on the streets of Downtown Kingston. The exhibition features Jamaican artists, both local and from the diaspora, and, for the first time, also specially invited artists from elsewhere in the Caribbean. One of the…

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Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts to Welcome National Dance Theatre Company of Jamaica, 3/21-22

A Must See!!!

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Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts at Brooklyn College continues its 60th Anniversary Season with the much-anticipated return of National Dance Theatre Company of Jamaica (NDTC) on Saturday, March 21, 2015 at 8pm and on Sunday, March 22, 2015 at 3pm. Returning to Brooklyn for the first time since their 50th Anniversary tour in 2012, the company will perform two programs combining evocative new works with favorites from their extensive repertoire. Tickets for Saturday evening are $40-$75 and tickets for the Sunday matinee are $36-$45, and may be purchased at BrooklynCenter.org or by calling the box office at 718-951-4500 (Tue-Sat, 1pm-6pm).

Co-founded by Rex Nettleford and Eddy Thomas in 1962, at the time of Jamaica’s Independence, NDTC ventures to provide an atmosphere in which dancers can create and perform works of high standards, to encourage the Jamaican public to better appreciate the art of dance, and to research and utilize…

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