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Rose Hall Craft Programme launched

Published:Sunday | May 29, 2011 | 12:00 AM
Dr Khaled Azzam, director of the Prince of Wales School in the United Kingdom, inspects a handmade clay pot made by the potters of the Rose Town Pottery Programme in Kingston, as Michele Rollins (centre), head of Rose Hall Developments, which is spearheading the Rose Hall Craft programme, and Ditty Guise, manager of the Montego Bay Convention Centre, look on.
Chairman of the Tourism Enhance-ment Fund, Godfrey Dyer, is flanked by Ditty Guise (left) and Ann Marie Burke at the reception.
Marksman Limited's managing director, Robbie Epstein and his wife Odette, take a close look at some of the craft and pottery items on display. - Photo by Noel Thompson

The official launch of the Rose Hall Craft Programme was recently held at the Rose Hall Great House in Montego Bay, St James. This programme is in collaboration with the Rose Town Pottery Programme, part of the Prince's School of Traditional Arts, headquartered in the United Kingdom. The Rose Hall project is spearheaded by businesswoman and philanthropist Michele Rollins. Here are some pictorial highlights of the event.