Jamaica Day will be celebrated on February 21, 2020 under the theme “Celebrating Jamaica: Highlighting our icons in the Arts, Agriculture and Technological Innovations”.
The Kingston Waterfront came alive last night at the opening night of the second annual staging of Amateur Night on the Mound, a Roots, Rock and Reggae based talent competition series unearthing hidden talent in the Downtown Kingston area.
The highly anticipated Children of Reggae Icon’s concert series returns to the 2020 Reggae Month Calendar with the first of six shows being staged at Sam Sharpe Square, Montego Bay, Saturday, February 1.
The Jamaica Culinary Arts Competition has hosted its first three impactful developmental workshops in the northern region in the parishes in Portland, St. Mary and St. Ann.
The Jamaica Gospel Song Competition’s regional audition round shifts into higher gear as it makes its second stop in Ocho Rios on Friday, January 31, at the St. John’s Anglican Church Hall, Ocho Rios, St. Ann.
Kingston, Jamaica: The 2020 National Festival of the Performing Arts Competition, a staple on the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission’s annual calendar, will see it’s Parish Auditions round beginning this Tuesday, January 14.
Beginning this Thursday, January 16, the Jamaica Culinary Arts Competition will host a series of free developmental workshops across all thirteen parishes, which will highlight the 2020 competition’s specially selected locally-produced food item, the sweet potato.
The deadline for entry for the 2020 National Festival of the Performing Arts is fast approaching, according to Director of Marketing and Public Relations at the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC), Andrew Clunis.
The award winning pieces of the Jamaica Visual Arts Competition’s very first Youth Exhibition are currently on display at the Jamaica Conference Centre, 14 – 20 Port Royal Street, Kingston.
The Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC) will jump-start the 2020 National Festival of the Performing Arts with a series of extensive and insightful workshops across the island slated for November and December 2019.