Posts Tagged "Jamaican art & crafts"

New Jamaican Art and Crafts Gallery Opens in Brown’s Town

Posted by on Apr 12, 2013 in Blog, Jamaica Things to Do, Jamaican crafts, St. Ann Jamaica | 0 comments

New Jamaican Art and Crafts Gallery Opens in Brown’s Town

 Artist Opens Gallery In Brown's Town Published: Sunday | April 7, 2013 A new gallery and craft shop has been opened by artist Thorold DeMercado in Brown's Town, St Ann, to serve the north coast and surrounding areas. DeMercado, who returned to the island last year after living in the UK for the past 16 years, recently held his second successful exhibition at the Pegasus Gallery, said he hopes to attract clients from the northern part of the island and visitors who travel to the birthplace of reggae icon Bob Marley in Nine Miles. According to the artist, the gallery showcases his own work,...

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Assn of Jamaican Potters Hosts Arts & Craft Fair This Weekend

Posted by on Dec 12, 2011 in Blog, Festivals/Events, Jamaican Art, Jamaican crafts, Kingston Jamaica | 0 comments

Assn of Jamaican Potters Hosts Arts & Craft Fair This Weekend

Jamaican Arts and Crafts on Sale This Weekend! This weekend (December 17th and 18th), you can find some excellent pottery and other beautiful Jamaican arts & crafts at the annual craft fair hosted by the Association of Jamaican Potters. The Craft Fair is held on the grounds of the Forestry Department, 173 Constant Spring Road, Kingston 8. (This is just below the Tax Office and Constant Spring Post Office.) Jamaican Arts & Crafts - Great Variety on Display Aside from the beautiful pottery on sale, many local artisans and craftspeople attend and offer paintings, prints, jewelry,...

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Eco-music festival in St Elizabeth this Saturday July 2

Posted by on Jun 30, 2011 in Dancehall, Festivals/Events, Jamaica Travel, Jamaican crafts, Jamaican Culture, Jamaican Food, Jamaican Music, Lovers' Rock, Reggae Artistes, Roots Reggae, St. Elizabeth Jamaica, Stevie Face | 0 comments

If you're in the area of St. Elizabeth Jamaica this weekend, take the family to this fun new festival and enjoy a swim or a nature walk to the waterfalls. There will also be a Grand Market, Jamaican food and crafts & a stage show. It's all taking place at RivFalls, Maggotty, St. Elizabeth on Saturday, July 2nd, between 8AM and 2AM. Adults $1500, after 5 $2000. VIP PRESOLD $3500 - 21 & over, Children 12 and under FREE, Children 12 - 16 all day $500, 17 & over $1000. Eco-music festival for St Bess this Saturday A number of Jamaican artistes are going green. They are billed to...

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Natural, organic soaps handmade in Jamaica!

Posted by on Nov 5, 2010 in Blog, Blue Mountain Soapworks, Jamaican crafts, Long Bay Jamaica, Portland Jamaica | 0 comments

Grand Opening - Blue Mountain Soapworks Okay... a little self-promotion going on here today... my wonderful partners and I have embarked upon a BIG new adventure! We are excited to announce the GRAND OPENING of the new online home of BLUE MOUNTAIN SOAPWORKS - natural, organic soaps, shampoo & lotion handcrafted in Long Bay, Portland, JAMAICA, at the foot of the beautiful Blue Mountains. Yes, mon!! Please come check us out! :yes: It’s in Long Bay that we create our handmade soaps & luxurious body delights using the extremely soft and abundant Portland rainwaters along with natural...

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Places to shop till you drop in Jamaica!

Posted by on Sep 28, 2010 in Blog, Jamaica Travel, Jamaican crafts, Kingston Jamaica, Montego Bay Jamaica, Negril Jamaica, Ocho Rios Jamaica, Shopping in Jamaica | 0 comments

Places to shop till you drop in Jamaica!

  6 Must Stop Souvenir Shops in Jamaica From local hand-made crafts to gourmet coffee, exotic liqueurs and batik fabrics shopping in Jamaica is an experience in and of itself. It would be a shame to leave the island after visiting without something special to remember the trip, for yourselves or even those back home. The island’s stores and vendors peddle all kinds of wares, sometimes too much to even know where to begin your quest for the perfect souvenir. It is for this very reason that Island Buzz now brings you our list of 6 must stop souvenir shops for the returning traveler....

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