Kingston Creative’s Paint the City initiative has received a boost. They will keep beautifying the city until at least August 2022. It’s an exciting time to wander around downtown Kingston and see how the murals improve the environment.
The annual Jamaica Culinary Arts Competition hosted by the JCDC was boosted through their recently held Cake Decorating Workshop series. The workshop series will assist competition entrants in their preparations ahead of the May 13th deadline.
How is it possible that Google can only provide information on one Bustamante? It’s because the gentleman was unique. Jamaica’s first Prime Minister was honoured today with a floral tribute on the 138th anniversary of his birth.
The future of Jamaican culture and tradition is in the hands of our young. The JCDC, JNHT, and JNC-UNESCO have joined forces to promote this baton handover. During the 6th annual Cultural Clubs Conference, their unified culture clubs recognized the accomplishments of youth.
The reigning Miss Jamaica Festival Queen and dentist Dr Dominique Reid is on a mission to provide 590 healthy smiles of children across various parishes. The effort marks phase 2 of her Project Healthy Smiles Jamaica.
Many of us grew up listening and watching the works of Mr Carey Robinson. Mr Robinson was a media giant. He had a long and influential career in media as a journalist, but he is best known as the producer and narrator of the community program Hill an’ Gully Ride.
A coalition of public and private sectors recently gathered to honor government personnel in keeping with an annual tradition. The Civil Servants Awards Ceremony took place that evening.
Downtown Kingston will be prioritized during the inaugural Kingston Creative Culture Forum, set for September 24th. Kingston Creative will convene the forum.
Jamaica commemorates her 60th Independence with the launch of a 60th Logo Competition. Bobby Smith, a student of UWI Mona, won the competition with a prize of US$2,500.
The unification of our people is the only way to take control of our experiences. As Marcus Garvey taught, we will understand just how powerful our vice is when we depend on ourselves. This understanding is the sentiment of the symposium hosted by the Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment, and Sport in collaboration with the Jamaican Consul in Namibia.