"Adjudication is tricky," said Dr Brian Heap.
I missed some big events in the usual Christmas flurry of classical and sacred music offerings, including two at the University Chapel, M
Throughout the last century, Guyana has embraced Jamaican music.
The emcees at the recent Best of Tallawah evening, held at the Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts (PSCCA), University of the We
"The old order changeth yielding place to new /And God fulfils himself in many ways /Lest one good custom should corrupt the world."
Jamaica's first National Storytelling Day (Wednesday, November 20) was appropriately and joyfully celebrated at the Ranny Williams Entert
The lives and groundbreaking, internationally influential work of two of Jamaica's cultural icons, the late University of the West Indies
The third Ananse SoundSplash Storytelling Festival and Conference is scheduled for November 19-24.
Protest poetry has always been a part of poetry. Literature reflects life, after all.
Weston Haughton was lavish in his praise of the concert he was hosting at the chapel, University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona, recently
The audience gave Jamaican film-maker Karen Marks Mafundikwa a standing ovation on Sunday afternoon after her documentary, The Price of M