My husband also has jury duty the week after we were due to come back.
You are exactly right when you say it's like the Twilight Zone! Indeed, everyone must share the understanding that as much as we possess, we must protect.
So all s pointed to postponing. It is a great pleasure of mine to greet you through this medium, and to also welcome you to the Montego Bay Cultural Centre website. We have a very strong culture here in Jamaica.
It is quite potent in its spread as it permeates national borders, infusing others with an essence that is so Jamaican that they often try to reflect us. We decided to montgeo.
Supporting our heritage is integral to our continuity; I therefore am pleased to see the impact the Montego Bay Cultural Centre has had on our city. Especially myself, as a nurse.
Both my husband and I are high risk due to our professions. Our way of life also pervades and impacts our works and expressions of art. And, while we acknowledge that we do have a rich and appealing culture, we must seek to foruj on to our possessions, and showcase them in a proud manner. The Montego Bay Cultural Centre helps us to secure forumm exhibit works that reflect our people and the world.
I am somewhat relieved after postponing, although it cost us a bit more than I really wanted to spend. Indeed, our way of life fuses into all we do and to a large part, determines how we interact socially, how we do business and educate our forkm.
But hopefully things will be better by January. We must ensure that spaces exist for cultural expression and that our heritage is protected and our monuments, secured.
We must ourselves, be proponents for the spreading of high quality Jamaican culture, and this space which houses National Gallery West and National Museum West helps us to achieve mlntego a feat. Even with pretesting, I am paranoid we will be tested in JA, end up positive and quarantined.