11am – 1pm / ART UP DOWNTOWN
STUDIO 174 /174 Harbour Street
Transformation begins with art. This exhibition is the culmination of the pilot phase of ‘ArtUpDownTown’, a media training & development programme being implemented by Studio 174 in partnership with the Caribbean Institute of Media & Production (CARIMAC). The programme is designed to highlight positive aspects of Downtown, Kingston, while empowering more Jamaicans to tell their own stories through various media. The exhibition features audio, photography, & video productions created by students of the studio & CARIMAC.
1pm – 4pm / LAST SUNDAYS
NATIONAL GALLERY / 174 Harbour Street
Free guided tours of Anything with Nothing – an exhibition of the work of 10 street artists from urban Jamaica. Free live music.
4-6pm/ Railway Station Tour
Kingston Railway Terminus / 142 Barry Street (across from Coronation Market parking lot)
Free Admission, secured parking available
Free guided tour by well respected architect and Jamaica Railway Corporation board member, Mr. Patrick Stanigar. Built in the Jamaican Georgian architectural style and opened in 1845 (closed in 1992), Jamaica’s railways were the first railway lines to be opened to traffic outside of Europe & North America (2nd in the British colonies after Canada). Come step back in time and learn the history of railways in Jamaica!!
6pm onwards / KOTE CLOSING PARTY
FOREVER YOUNG / 48 West Street
What a wonderful way to end the week and start the summer at a peak! As KOTE 2014 comes to a close come and enjoy the sunset over the Harbour and feel the heartbeat of the City as vintage reggae meets eclectic World beat music at this rooftop metropolitan oasis.