Every year during the first week of June, the EMCPVA opens its doors to the public to showcase the work of its final year students from the School of Visual Arts. The 2017 exhibition features forty-six artists and art educators,
Twenty-three-year-old self-taught artist Danielle Parchment, from Kingston, has dreamt of working in animation since she was a teenager. But her progress was initially hampered by learning disabilities and a lack of opportunities in her native Jamaica. So when she happened upon KingstOOn on Facebook,
Graduation Information 2015
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Congratulations on your accomplishment so far. We hope that you will celebrate this journey by being a part of the graduation ceremony.
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KINGSTON, Jamaica (JIS) – The Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts (EMCVPA) has received donations amounting to $4.9 million for the staging of the 2015 Rex Nettleford Arts Conference
The sum includes $2.9 million (US$24,
Kingston, Jamaica – The Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts (EMCVPA) will
stage the third bi-annual Rex Nettleford Arts Conference on October 14 -17, 2015. This year, the
conference has received much needed support from the Embassy of the United States,
Kingston, Jamaica – The month of October is abuzz with excitement at the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts with the 3rd. biennial Rex Nettleford Arts Conference which features prominently a special dance production, Water the Roots Concert and the opening of the first play for the school year “RATOON: A new Jamaica”.
Read the latest issue of EMCVPA’s Collage Magazine.
INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
School of Music: Crucible and Social Vessel
Dr. Nicholeen DeGrasse-Johnson discusses Dance in the Primary Level Curriculum
Is Dance Training Important?