Jamaican history

  • The Jamaica Biennial has been driving the focus of innovating and sustaining the views of contemporary artists. The exhibition investigates local voices and narratives, which international curators, residencies, and exhibitions are keen on learning. Organized and presented by the National Gallery in Kingston, the Jamaica Biennial, formerly the All Jam

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  •   Port Antonio is Jamaica unplugged. A visit to the northeast city feels like a true departure from busy Kingston and deep dive into old Jamaica. Port Antonio wants nothing to do with sprawling resorts and pre-made daiquiris, instead, visitors craving a more local experience are beckoned.   For many years Port Antonio was synonymous wi

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  • As we walked, Clarence, our guide pointed out fruit trees, got down and picked leaves and vines and told us about the medicinal properties of each of them. Some of which he learnt from the Maroons. He showed us a steep secret pathway to Daddy’s Rock in the rural village of Woodside. The quiet village of Woodside, St. Mary is replete with history. On

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