AMA Art Museum of the Americas to Showcase Reggae Posters in Washington D.C.
The AMA Art Museum of the Americas to curate a selection of 24 reggae posters from the International Reggae Poster Contest (IRPC) at the Organization of American States (OAS) headquarters in Washington D.C. This is the IRPC's seventh major “World-A-Reggae” exhibition. The exhibition will be co-hosted by the AMA and the Jamaica Mission at the Organization of American States (OAS) Marcus Garvey Hall. The 24 beautiful posters come from designers from around the world. The poster exhibition will run from May 19th through the 31st and admission is free.
Opening Reception: 22th May, 2014, 6:00 pm at the OAS Headquarters; His Excellency Stephen Vasciannie, Ambassador of Jamaica to the U.S. and head of the Permanent Mission of Jamaica to the OAS, Professor Carolyn Cooper of the University of the West Indies, Michael Thompson and Maria Papaefstathou, founders of the contest, will speak at the opening.
Where: Organization of American States (OAS). Marcus Garvey Hall: 200 17th St NW, Washington D.C.
For further information and details of the exhibition, contact :
Andrés Navia: firstname.lastname@example.org Director, Art Museum of the Americas; or
Julia Hyatt: email@example.com, Minister/Alternate Representative, Permanent Mission of Jamaica to the OAS.