#TBT | Today’s throwback features a shot of a group of students from St. James High School during their tour of the Inaugural Due West exhibition with Assistant Curator, Monique Gilpin at National Gallery West in 2019.
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Today’s throwback highlights two special international guests, Christopher Cozier, artist, writer, and Curator from Trinidad, who at the time was one of the judges for the Jamaica Biennial 2017 and Erin McLeod, a Canadian writer who visited NGW to do a review for the Jamaica Journal. The Jamaica Biennial 2017 was staged at  locations and National Gallery West was one of them which featured an interactive video installation by David Gumbs titled ‘Xing Wang – Blossoms’.
Turn cardboard and string into twirly, whirly fun using markers or crayons.
*PARENTAL SUPERVISION REQUIRED*
Music Info: Bliss – AShamaluevMusic. Music Link: https://youtu.be/uuqOUuiLwG0
#TBT | Today’s throwback features snapshots of Assistant Curator and artist, Monique Gilpin, and Lyndon Taylor, account supervisor in travel & lifestyle practice at Finn Partners, who has also lent support to public relations efforts for the Jamaica Tourist Board, during a tour of the ‘I Shall Return Again’ Exhibition at National Gallery West in 2018.
#TBT | Today’s throwback features a snapshot of Chief Curator, O’Neil Lawrence (right) with a guest, marveling at Archie Lindo’s ‘Irish Moss Gatherers’ c1950 at the opening reception of Explorations IV Masculinities exhibition at National Gallery West in 2015.
Here’s another fun and engaging art and craft project for your kids to make for all ages and for all occasions.
*Parental Supervision Required*
#TBT | Today’s throwback Thursday post features a snapshot of visitors viewing ‘Ophelia’s Liberation’, 2018, by Camille Chedda, who was one of the artists featured in the inaugural Due West exhibition at National Gallery West in 2019. Camille’s work explores postcolonial identify primarily through her use of traditional, disposable and construction materials. Her work explores notions of ruin, disposability and fragmentation resulting from the aftermath of colonial domination.
Today’s throwback highlights a snapshot of the (3) top prize winners from Mount Salem Primary who participated in the NGW Art Supply Initiative after their tour of The Art of Jamaican Sculpture exhibition at National Gallery West in 2018.
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