Weekly Photo Challenge: Heavenly Bridges and Rainbow Bridges


I thought about the theme Bridge for the last photo challenge, and realised that I didn’t have many pictures of actual bridges. But for some reason, music came into my mind, and rainbows. Ah, the two are connected. One of my favourite hippy-era Jimi Hendrix albums is a rather obscure album called Rainbow Bridge, released in 1971 not long … More Weekly Photo Challenge: Heavenly Bridges and Rainbow Bridges

A Delta That Points to Change: Weekly Photo Challenge


I found the concept of a delta rather a tricky one. It’s a specific point where one thing changes into, or intersects with another, I thought. So, I took it from there. Firstly, there was a creative moment of change at the Trench Town Learning Centre, where the older children were learning screen printing. Water … More A Delta That Points to Change: Weekly Photo Challenge

JET’s Champion School From the Hills of Hanover Wins for the Second Consecutive Year in Schools’ Environment Programme


It was a marvellous event at the Jamaica Conference Centre earlier this week. The Jamaica Environment Trust (JET) held its annual Schools Environment Programme awards. The students were clearly proud of their displays, ready to explain and demonstrate. The teachers sat to one side – it was the children’s big day. There was so much to see; I … More JET’s Champion School From the Hills of Hanover Wins for the Second Consecutive Year in Schools’ Environment Programme

Understanding, Not Exclusion: An Exploration of Sacred Spaces at The Olympia Gallery


Alison West Martin’s interest in Islamic art and philosophy came to her gradually, via the Americas. “I spent three summers in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, while I was studying for my Masters in Fine Arts,” she tells me. “I found the remnants of Islamic architecture there, brought over from Spain. I have always been … More Understanding, Not Exclusion: An Exploration of Sacred Spaces at The Olympia Gallery

Friday Review: What’s Happening in Jamaica, June 2, 2017


It’s been hectic, and my review this week looks back over the past ten days. I hope it’s not too late to be useful. Please click on highlighted links for more information on these stories! Building in the wrong places: In the aftermath of the floods, there has been much focus on building. Should there be … More Friday Review: What’s Happening in Jamaica, June 2, 2017