Sunday, 12 June 2011

BEST IN SHOW: PM Bruce Golding opens art exhibition in Washington

GRAND ARRIVAL: Inter-American Development Bank executive director, Richard Bernal (centre) welcomes PM Bruce Golding as he arrives at the IDB art gallery on Tuesday to officially open an art exhibition ("Jamaican Presence in the About Change"), displaying works by nine Jamaican artists. At right is Jamaica’s Ambassador to the United States, Audrey Marks. Sharing in the moment are Margaret Bernal (left) and the Permanent Secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister, Onika Miller. The exhibition runs through July 31.

LIGHT CONVO: PM Golding shares a light moment with UWI Chancellor, Sir George Alleyne, (right) at the official opening of the art exhibition. Former Ambassador to the United Nations, Curtis Ward, looks on.

EN BLOC: Addressing the gathering before declaring the art exhibit opened.

TRIPLE THREAT: PM Golding has the rapt attention of Marks and Jamaican-born Maryland House of Representative member, Shirley Nathan-Pulliam (centre), who was among the many art lovers in Washington present at the exhibit opening.

SHAPE & TEXTURE: Admiring a piece entitled “Cross Section of Arc” by Jamaican artist Margaret Chin, while looking on are director and curator of the IDB art centre, Felix Engel, Miller, Marks and Bernal.

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