A Collection of Virtual Exhibitions, which are digital replicas of temporary physical exhibitions.
Reggae continues the expressive tradition of rejecting oppression and validating Afro-Jamaican identity and the demand of equal rights.
War… Lest We Forget! curated by the Institute of Jamaica, honours those Jamaicans who gave their lives in the two World Wars and those who returned home.
Jamaica 50: Constructing a Nation explores the beginnings and continuing development of Jamaica as a proud and independent nation, through the National Collections.
A unique opportunity to discover and understand Jamaica’s diverse population and our unique cultures, by viewing objects from the National Collection.
An examination of Barrington Watson’s work – one of Jamaica’s most popular and acclaimed artists, from the late fifties to his most recent canvases, completed in his eighty-first year.
This exhibition introduces Japan’s representative dolls, including Hina ningyo (Girls’ Festival dolls) and Gogatsu ningyo (Boys’ Day dolls).
Come view and interact with some of the remarkable objects they made and used, which have been recovered from Taíno archaeological sites in the island.
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