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A Women’s History Month Celebration with Caribbean Women and the Business of Art

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JAMPACT Membership CommitteeIn collaboration with the Caribbean Cultural Theatre


A Women’s History Month Celebration with Caribbean Women and the Business of Art
Come celebrate with talented Caribbean artists at the Caribbean Women’s Marketplace and forum discussion on Sunday, March 13th. Come shop for clothing, books, jewelry, and artwork made by talented Caribbean women at the marketplace, and then relax, enjoy complimentary refreshments, and listen to a lively discussion moderated by Sharon Gordon, renowned journalist and editor of Kujit Magazine, featuring:

* Susan Olton Kennedy–award winning Trinidadian actress/comedian and co-founder of the Caribbean Cultural Theatre
* Michelle “Shelly Thunder” Harrison—ever-popular Jamaican deejay/songwriter turned actress whose hit 1988 hit “Kuff” propelled her to international fame in the male dominated Dancehall industry
* Claudette Spence–journalist, educator, community activist and author of Nurturing the Garden of Joy-Provocative Essays on Relationships

Patrice Johnson– Jamaican-born director of the documentary Kings County, and the upcoming feature film, The Laundromat.

Event is free of charge and open to the public.


RSVP: [email protected] or call 212-459-4390


WHEN: Sunday, March 13th, 5pm-8pm

WHERE: Caribbean Cultural Theatre

ART/New York’s South Oxford Space

138 South Oxford Street (between Atlantic Avenue & Hanson Place in Brooklyn)


Subway: Take the C train to Lafayette Avenue and exit at Fulton and South Oxford

Take the 2,3,4 or Q to Atlantic Avenue

Take the D, N, or R trains to Pacific Street and walk through the subway to Atlantic Avenue exit.

Take the G train to Fulton Street and walk three blocks to South Oxford Street

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