Institute of Jamaica
Virtual Museum  

A Collection of Virtual Exhibitions, which are digital replicas of temporary physical exhibitions.

Equal Rights:  
Reggae & Social Change

 Reggae continues the expressive tradition of rejecting oppression and validating Afro-Jamaican identity and the demand of equal rights.

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War…Less We Forget

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.

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Jamaica 50: 
Constructing A Nation

Jamaica 50: Constructing a Nation explores the beginnings and continuing development of Jamaica as a proud and independent nation, through the National Collections.

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Montego Bay…to the World!

A unique opportunity to discover and understand Jamaica’s diverse population and our unique cultures, by viewing objects from the National Collection.

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Barrington  – A Retrospective

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.

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The Dolls of Japan 

This exhibition introduces Japan’s representative dolls, including Hina ningyo (Girls’ Festival dolls) and Gogatsu ningyo (Boys’ Day dolls).

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