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The Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC) is currently on an island-wide search for empowered young women who are intelligent, culturally-aware and poised and are seeking a platform to make their contributions to nation building.

The Jamaica Children’s Gospel Song Competition is on the hunt for the island’s most talented junior Gospel singers.

Kingston, Jamaica: Members of the performing arts industry are being urged to utilize the financial services offered by the nation’s credit unions to manage their financial affairs and organise their retirement plans.

The 2018 staging of the Jamaica Gospel Song Competition will kick off with regional auditions, beginning on Tuesday, January 30.

St. Elizabeth will be the first of four parishes to see a youth-based entrepreneurial initiative being undertaken by Miss Jamaica Festival Queen 2017, Dainalyn Swaby as a part of her national project.  Learn. Earn. Return, launched by Swaby at the St.

The Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC) will be partnering with the National Integrity Action (NIA) for select segments of the National Festival of the Performing Arts and The Jamaica Creative Writing Competition and Exhibition under the theme Promoting Integrity and Good G

The Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC) will kick-off it’s 55th anniversary celebrations with the first round of the annual National Festival of the Performing Arts Competition, parish auditions, on Monday, January 15.

Kingston, Jamaica: Friday, December 1 has been slated as the deadline for entries for the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission’s (JCDC) National Festival of the Performing Arts, Jamaica Gospel Song and Jamaica Children’s Gospel Song Competitions.


Kingston, Jamaica: The Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC), an agency of the Ministry of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport will host five, intensive and engaging Creative Writing workshops.

Kingston Jamaica: Jamaican Theatre stalwarts Oliver Samuels and Patrick Brown are among the speakers slated for the upcoming Ranny Williams Memorial Symposium to be held at the Little Theatre on Thursday, October 26.