This event is no longer available. To find all the information about parties, festivals, and attractions, please visit our"Agenda".
Kingston on the Edge (KOTE) is a weeklong celebration of art and the artists who live and work in or are inspired by the city of Kingston, Jamaica.
The festival features painting, sculpture, photography, film, poetry, dance, theatre, music, performance art and installations. It is a platform for artists and the general public to interact creatively with a view to harnessing the potential of Jamaican art.
The festival provides a forum that is not a traditional exhibition. Instead, artists can express themselves and push the boundaries of their art.
KOTE runs from 22 June to 30 June.
See here for more information.
Find your flights to Kingston with the easyvoyage.co.uk flight search engine.Jamaica
With the release of the film 'Skyfall', 2012 marked the 50th anniversary of the James Bond Film series. In celebratory style the Beaulieu Motor museum is celebrating this occasion with the biggest exhibition of Bond vehicles the world has ever staged. [..]England
Lichtenstein: a retrospective, Tate Modern, London Last Thursday saw the opening of the exhibition dedicated to the American Pop artist, Roy Lichtenstein, at the Tate Modern in London. Having not put on a major Lichtenstein exhibition at the Tate for [..]England
Bringing the art of 2D illustration to the third dimension, Three-D is a must-see exhibition. Running throughout the month of May as part of the Brighton Fringe festival, the exhibition is both a charming and experimental event incorporating an eclectic [..]England
The first constituency to vote a member of the Green party into parliament and branded the UK's very own 'Gay Capital', Brighton is progressive and liberal and its reputation certainly precedes itself. So what better place to relieve the Fringe Festival [..]England
For those of you who missed the retrospective of American realist painter Edward Hopper's work at the Grand Palais in Paris a few months back, you will be pleased to know that his work is set to feature in yet another major museum exhibition before spring [..]United States, New York
Set within the stunning landscape of the Brecon Beacons National Park in Wales, Hay Festival is a gathering in which writers and artists from around the world come to debate and share stories of their works. Celebrating the writing of poets, scientists, [..]Wales
"Why not learn while running?" asked Paris resident and amateur marathon runner Lea Clara Hofmann who has lived in her favourite city for a number of years now. Although originally from Bavaria, she fell in love with the City of Lights and now wants to [..]France-Ile de France