Suga Lifestyle’s GW Art Annual Art Exhibit will be on Saturday, September 26th at The Liguanea Club, New Kingston from 12 noon to 6PM!
I am going to Make It Happen! Art, Vino, Beer, Small Bites & Safety!
The wearing of masks will be required upon controlled entry. There will be temperature checks, sanitization stations and virtual check ins if you can’t attend. Stay tuned to see which Local, Suga Artisans will be there with samples to pair with the complementary WINE & BEER!
Hope to see you there!
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Come out this Sunday from 2pm – 4pm at the Convent of Immaculate Conception High to see budding and experienced talent at the same time. Past and present students of Immaculate High will be showcasing their works of Art.
GW Art will be there. Come and meet me! Part proceeds of sales go towards the renovations of the school’s art studios.
The exhibition runs from this Thursday, November 15th to next Tuesday, November 20th from 10am to 6pm at St. Francis Hall by the Convent on the grounds of Immaculate Conception High School.
Thanks to everyone who came out to support GW Art at Art Wednesdays last night at the Reggae Mill Bar!
Art Wednesdays was inspired by Swizz Beat’s No Commission movement that started in Miami during Art Basel 2015.
Fairs showcase artists without charging a participation fee and taking “No Commission” on any sales.
No Commission was inspired to create a platform that is 100 percent for the artist. At the time Swizz Beatz didn’t see anything out there like it. Swizz Beatz along with The Dean Collection team are “by the artists, for the artists, with the people.” He then found the perfect partner in Bacardi to help make No Commission Fairs a global movement and not just a domestic initiative.
Swizz Beatz’s No Commission Art Fair has gone to London as well.
Kudos to Alexx Antaeus and The Reggae Mill Bar for taking on this initiative at the Devon House in Kingston, Jamaica.
Many local artists have gotten the opportunities to showcase their talents and now it’s GW Art’s turn!
Remember the exhibition runs until October 1st, so you can view any evening as you please. You can also get a chance to chat with me, the Artist over a drink next Wednesday from 7-11pm at The Reggae Mill Bar.
Thanks again to all who took the time during the week to come out last night and for those who contacted me with kind messages, compliments and motivation. It was truly appreciated.