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Jamaica inspired art exhibitions at Hornsey library

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Jamaica inspired art exhibitions at Hornsey library

Time: October 24, 2008 at 1pm to October 31, 2008 at 7pm
Location: Hornsey Library
Street: Haringey Park, N8
Phone: 020 8489 1118
Event Tag: Art exhibition
Posted By: Liz
Latest Activity: Oct 24, 2008

Event Description

One Love: An Exhibition Of Paintings By Richard Blackford

Artist Richard Blackford is passionate about cricket, people and the Jamaican way of life.

Jamaica had begun to experience social disintegration as a result of the clash of political ideologies between the ruling Peoples National Party and the opposition Jamaica Labour Party in the mid 1970s. Musician Bob Marley was invited by the warring factions to perform at a Peace Concert.

Marley invited the two party leaders on stage where he joined their hands to the tune "One Love"...

The Original Gallery, Hornsey Library


Jamaican Engineering: an Exhibition of paintings by Newton Matticks

After working for many years in the engineering industry Jamaican-born Newton Matticks turned his skills to documenting the everyday life of the ordinary person in Britain – work, current events, objects, etc… – in the form of artwork. And the colours and vitality of his Caribbean background just keep seeping through… Fabulous!

The Promenade Gallery, Hornsey Library

The galleries are open 1am to 7pm Monday to Friday and
12 to 4pm Saturday and Sunday

Ends October 31 (but this event thing only allows for 14 days at a time)

These events are part of Haringey Black History Month
For more on Black History month, see here

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