The National Gallery of Jamaica’s Last Sundays programme for June 2014 is scheduled for Sunday, June 29, from 11 am to 4 pm, and is presented in association with Kingston on the Edge (KOTE), Jamaica’s first urban arts festival.
The focus of the programme will be the Anything with Nothing: Art from the Streets of Urban Jamaica exhibition, which will close on July 11, but the permanent exhibitions will also be open for viewing. Anything with Nothing features the work of ten street artists from the Corporate area and Spanish Town, with work specially created for the exhibition and photo-documentation of their street art, namely: Kemar Black, Anthony Brown, Cleaver Cunningham. Vermon “Howie” Grant, Ricardo “Ricky Culture” Lawrence, Donavon “Danny Coxon: McLeod, Dion “Sand” Palmer, Michael Robinson, Andrew “Designer Ice: Thomas, and T. Earl Witter. In-depth guided tours of the exhibition, presented by members of the National Gallery curatorial staff, will be offered at 12 noon, 1 pm, and 3 pm and interested persons should meet at the National Gallery front desk at those times.
The featured performance, scheduled to start at 2 pm, is by Aisha Davis. A singer, song writer, dancer and actress, Aisha has toured internationally and has had the opportunity to share the stage with acts such as Kymani Marley, Cocoa Tea, Alborosie, Shaggy, Jimmy Cliff, and Shaba Ranks, exciting fans with her soulful vocals and dance moves.When not on the road touring the world, she spend her time in the studio working with some of Jamaica’s finest producers such as Tony Kelly, Bobby Digital, Donovan Germaine, Steven ‘Lenky’ Marsden, Kirk ‘Kirkle dove’ Bennett, Ward 21 music, just to name a few, and she has recently collaborated on songs with Anthony B and Grammy award winner Bounty killer.