We bid you farewell, but not for long, as the old must give way to the new.
The On the House Magazine experienced a great two years, however, the
team decided it was time to wrap up this party. It was definitely fun while
it lasted and we would not have it done any other way. We won’t ...
August 1, 2014 will mark the return of award winning playwright and
producer Oliver Mair to the local theatre landscape. He will be making his
comeback with a collaborative musical revue that is fearless and hilarious in
its’ take on the Jamaican social, political and cultural landscape.
*Myers, Fletcher & Gordon demonstrates investment in Jamaica’s creative
potential with /Trajectories: 70 Years of Art at MF&G/*
Myers, Fletcher & Gordon, Attorneys-at-Law have long been known for their
legal expertise, professionalism, civic engagement and progressive approach.
Since the f...
*Aeron Cargill holds a BA in Visual Arts and minor in History from the
University of the West Indies and is a award-winning pencil portraitist,
conceptual photographer, and trained wedding photographer. His illustration
works have appeared on the cover of The Jamaica Journal, in novels,
Stolen from Africa: Narratives of the Contemporarily Enslaved
Artist Tamara Thomas, lecturer at the Edna Manley College of the Visual and
Performing Arts, will present her second independent dance project titled
“/Stolen from Africa: Narratives of the Contemporary Enslaved/” on
Friday, July 4 and Saturday, July 5 at the Edna Manley School of Dance.