Sunday, August 28, 2016

Event: “Last Sundays, August 28, 2016” to feature 'Kingston – Part 1: The City and Art' Exhibition and music by Jane Macgizmo @ 11am-4pm; 'Kingston' Exhibit runs through Sunday, October 30, 2016 at NGJ — Jamaica, West Indies

“Last Sundays, Aug 28, 2016” feat. 'Kingston' Exhibit at NGJ
Event: “Last Sundays, August 28, 2016” to feature 'Kingston – Part 1: The City and Art' Exhibition and music by Jane Macgizmo @ 11am-4pm; 'Kingston' Exhibit runs through Sunday, October 30, 2016 at NGJ — Jamaica, WI; Event Details – Where: National Gallery of Jamaica; Location: 12 Ocean Blvd, Block C, Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies (Entrance is on Orange Street); Tel: 1-876-922-1561, 1-876-922-1563; Fax: 1-876-922-8544; E-mail: info@natgalja.org.jm; Opening hours: Tues-Thurs: 10am to 4:30pm; Fri: 10am-4pm; Sat: 10am-3pm; Last Sundays: the NGJ is open every last Sunday of the month, 11am-4pm
Event Description: “The National Gallery of Jamaica’s Last Sundays programme for August 28, 2016, will feature a musical performance by Jane Macgizmo and guided tours of the recently opened 'Kingston – Part 1: The City and Art' exhibition. Denieze Anderson, popularly known as Jane Macgizmo, is a recording artiste, songwriter, producer & designer. Jane’s artistic passion was instilled at the age of seven by her parents who encouraged her to take music and art classes. She studied film production at Northern Caribbean University and also became a designer & photographer, both of which have aided her music career. Her second release 'Babylon' quickly became an anthem to her supporters, as it captures the enticing and defiant nature of Jane’s music. It was the music video for this song, set in lush green scenery high in the mountains, filmed, directed, and edited by Jane and Tricia Bent that truly brought the message of the song to life and it has been in regular rotation on BET SOUL. The record label Zincfence Records has also released a dubmix of  'Babylon.' Jane’s inventive persona is what propels her works, without boundaries and across genres such as dubtronica, indie reggae, jazz and EDM. The fearless creative has a catalogue of exciting music, stimulating visuals, and confident messages in preparation for the world to experience. 'Kingston – Part 1: The City and Art' is curated by National Gallery Assistant Curator Monique Barnett-Davidson and continues until Sunday, October 30, 2016 ...”Read more: National Gallery of Jamaica
For further information: National Gallery of Jamaica Blog, National Gallery of Jamaica.org and National Gallery of Jamaica-Twitter

Kingston and National Gallery of Jamaica - multiple videos

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