The Jamaica Biennial 2014 continues until March 15, 2015. Viewing hours and admission charges are as follows:
1. NATIONAL GALLERY OF JAMAICA 12 Ocean Boulevard, Kingston (entrance on Orange Street) On view: main exhibition Opening Hours: Tuesday-Thursday: 10 am to 4:30 pm Friday: 10 am to 4 pm Saturday: 10 am to 3 pm Also open every Last Sunday of the month and occasionally for other Sunday functions (Closed on Monday and most Sundays, and on public holidays) Admission: Adults: $400 Seniors and Teachers accompanying students: $ 200 Children under 16 and Students with ID: free Guided tours (max 25 persons): $ 3,000; for schools: $ 2,000 Admission and tours are free on Last Sundays. For additional visitor information, click here
Note: The NGJ will be open on Sunday, March 15, from 11 am to 4 pm, with free admission for the day. There will be two panel discussions with artists in the exhibition, including Sheena Rose from Barbados – click here for more information.
2. NATIONAL GALLERY WEST Sam Sharpe Square, Montego Bay On view: Renee Cox – “Sacred Geometry” Opening Hours: Tuesday-Sunday: 10 am to 6 pm (Closed on Monday and on public holidays) Admission: Overseas visitors: US$ 6; local residents: $ 300; children under 12: free.
3. DEVON HOUSE Hope Road, Kingston 10 On view: Greg Bailey, James Cooper, Laura Facey, Ebony G. Patterson, Oneika Russell, Cosmo Whyte Opening Hours: Monday-Friday: 9:30 am to 4:30 pm (Closed on weekends and public holidays) Admission (Basic) Adult: $500 Children under 12: $250 Special Package Adults: $600.00 (inclusive of ice cream) Children under 12: $300 (inclusive of ice cream) Tours Locals with ID: $650 (inclusive of admission and ice cream) Internationals: $ 1150 (inclusive of admission and ice cream) For more information on Devon House, click here. At Devon House, please proceed to the information booth for tickets and directions.
UPDATE: The Jamaica Biennial at Devon House has special opening hours on the weekend of February 28 and March 1, and on March 14 and 15, from 12 noon to 6 pm.
Finally, Blue Curry’s Jamaica Biennial 2014 project, PARADISE.jpg, can be seen at the following locations on the streets of Kingston: https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=zJzS2A8y_LoM.kd_IX9HTWjv8