The race for the title of Ms Kingston & St. Andrew Festival Queen has begun. There are 12 equally poised powerful women vying for the top slot. Who is it going to be? Who is your favourite?
The Louise Bennett festival will showcase Jamaica’s Culture while paying homage to a great Jamaican cultural icon. Starting in September 2022 the country will smile annually to her work.
In partnership with Kingston Creative, two Jamaican artists were invited to attend the American Friends of Jamaica Gala in Miami. The opportunity created at this event afforded the artists to expand their vision of the global potential for their art form.
On Friday, May 6, 2022, the Jamaica Diaspora Conference 2022 will be officially launched by Prime Minister Andrew Holness. The global launch will be held in a hybrid format, allowing participation from a wide diaspora community.
100+ Voices for Miss Lou, Poetry Tributes, Interviews, and Essays, is the latest publication to benefit under CHASE Fund’s Policy on Literary Works. CHASE has been assisting Jamaican writers for 20 years in highlighting the country’s historical and cultural accomplishments.
Dexter McLean, a Jamaican-born photographer, refuses to let his birth disorder of cerebral palsy limit his potential. His desire to capture his people’s stories on film led him to Olympic Gardens, where he grew up, to photograph family, friends, and characters. These photographs are the subject of his exhibition at London’s Orleans House.
Prepare for two spectacular games as part of Jamaica’s 60th anniversary festivities. The Festival Queen and Gospel Star Competitions are now closed to new entrants, and candidates must now focus on preparation. They are not to be missed.
Visitors may now enjoy additional attractions at Dunn’s River Falls with their new Tek-A-Hike activity. Their attraction package can now include climbing the falls, enjoying the beach and their beautiful Tranquillity Gardens, and their beautiful Tranquillity Gardens but also taking a 2 miles hike.
Jamaica 60th Independence celebration was recently launched in Canada by Ministers Grange and Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett. During the launch, Minister Grange announced the lighting up of Niagara Falls.
At the yearly festival, attendees enjoyed the many ways to sample Blue Mountain Coffee. The well-attended event was held this year on the grounds of Devon House. The audience had a great time.