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Jamaica Gleaner Arts &Leisure
published: Sunday | June 10, 2007

Art power unleashed
THE EDNA Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts has stepped up a notch, at least through the presentation of the work of its visual arts final-year students.

Literary Arts - Dear Commissioner

When my father was leaving prison I did not go to see him, even though I knew that eventually I had to face him. I did not go to see him, because I was afraid. I was afraid of what I would see, and I was afraid because of what I had heard.

Book review - 'Under the Perfume Tree' smells good

The first in a new series of books by The Macmillan Caribbean Writers Series, Under The Perfume Tree is a collection of 12 stories that explore Caribbean themes and sensibilities.

Photography and calligraphy workshops

The Jamaica Guild of Artists in association with award-winning photographer and well-known calligrapher Howard Moo Young, will be conducting two intensive workshops beginning Saturday, June 16 (photography) and Tuesday, June 19 (calligraphy).





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