Monthly Archives: February 2015

GSAT Lecture Series 2017

GSAT Lecture Series March 9, 2017. Please see GSAT powerpoint presentation by Mrs. Yvette Samuels-Brown. Continue

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THE AWFUL TRUTH

Jean Small’s first One Woman Show THE AWFUL TRUTH will be on March 30th at the Philip Sherlock Centre at the UWI… Continue

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History Symposium: New Perspectives on Slaveries in the African World

The Graduate Center at The City University of New York – Presents the history symposium ‘New Perspectives on Slaveries in the African World’. Continue

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Bob Marley Tribute

In tribute to the King of Reggae, the National Museum Jamaica shares this documentary film Bob Marley: Spiritual Journey in celebration of the 70th year of his birth. Continue

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Black History Month Activity Poster

View our Black History Month activities!

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New Taino Exhibit

  Students and teachers from St. Ann’s Bay High school Aufblasbare Hindernisbahn were the first to view the Taino exhibit now open at National Museum Jamaica at the Institute of Jamaica on Tower and East Street in Down Town Kingston.

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Tortoise Shell Industry

The Tortoise Shell  highlights Jamaica’s Turtle Shell Industry that thrived between 1671 and 1692, primarily in Port Royal. The exhibit demonstrates the high level of artistry and sophistication that existed in Seventeenth Century Jamaica. This exhibit was prepared by Sasha-Kay … Continue

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The Gold Weights of the Akan ethnic groups of Ghana

The Gold Weights of the Akan ethnic groups of Ghana MRAMMUO Gold Weights of the Akan Before coinage and bills, gold dust was a principal currency among the Akan ethnic groups of Ghana and Cote d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast). The use … Continue

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Call For Photographs

National Museum Jamaica is calling for digital copies of any old photographs of Montego Bay and Western Jamaica… Continue

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Black History Month Events

In celebration of Black History Month, the education outreach unit will host the following activity: OLD STORY TIME Students will be exposed to Jamaica’s old folk stories Aufblasbare Hindernisbahn and the context and settings within which these stories were once … Continue

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