The EMCVPA Summer School has been existence for over twenty years and continues to excel in offering a world class Arts programme for children from 4-18 years.
The biennial Rex Nettleford Arts Conference (RNAC) 2017 opens on Wednesday, October 11 with a Corporate Social Tea Meeting at the Amphitheatre School of Drama at 7:00 PM.
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.
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.
Experience an Arts filled Summer in Jamaica at EMCVPA
The Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts (EMCVPA) is known for a rich tradition in the visual and performing arts and boast the privilege of being the only College of its kind in the English speaking Caribbean.
The Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing (EMCVPA) will host the 4th Biennial Rex Nettleford Arts Conference, October 11-13, 2017 under the theme “Arts and Culture for the 21st Century: Millennial Dis-Engagement Engagement – Re-Engagement“.
ARTSTOCK offers an exclusive curated selection of ceramics, sculpture, jewellery, textiles, photography, bags, accessories and more. All fine art and gifts are created and designed by EMCVPA students, alumni and faculty.
The School of Drama continues the tradition of excellence with seven (7) Actor Boy Nominations including best costume and set design for the production ‘DOG’ written by former Director of the School of Drama Dennis Scott as well as best ensemble cast and best Children’s Theatre for the play ‘Plastic Things and Butterfly Wings’.
The Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts (EMCVPA) has a very intriguing history, with the Jamaica School of Art founded in the 1950s by renowned artist Edna Manley.