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Monday, November 12, 2018

Kremi Bliss launches special Kingston Creative ice-cream flavor for its last Sunday’s Artwalk and Market Street


Gaming, Augmented Reality and other current technology trends will take center stage at the Kingston Creative’s Artwalk and Market Street in Downtown Kingston on Sunday, November 25th.

NextGen Creators will present the Converge Summit augmented reality art exhibition at the popular restaurant, F&B Downtown at 11:00 am, featuring young artists like Monique Kidd, Jevaugn Gray, Abigail Titus, and Cee Jay Carpio. NextGen Founder, Stephan Smith,  will invite the audience to step into the transformative power of art using a smartphone app (Artivive) to bring paintings to life with video and sound.

At 12:00 noon the Jamaica Photography Society will continue the digital theme with the debut of a digital photography exhibition called “Celebrating Photography”. Thirty-three photographers are represented and over 100 pieces of work will be on display in this groundbreaking exhibition delivered in partnership with the Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC).

At 2:30 pm educational tech and tour company, Educatours, will unveil the first ever 'gamified' walking tour of the Downtown Kingston Art District also through a smartphone app designed by Kadeem Petgrave and Simier Lansend. The game starts immediately after the Propella short film screening by the Jamaica Film and Television Association (JAFTA) at the National Gallery of Jamaica.

Kremi Bliss, the event arm of Caribbean Cream Limited will be providing free ice cream treats to everyone who visits Bookophilia’s Market Street on Water Lane.

Kamoy Clarke from Kremi Bliss said: “Our team strives to make ice cream fun and exciting by getting creative with colors and flavors to match themes, logos and even colors in fabric for any occasion! We always encourage our clients to think out of the box and create happy moments and this is what we want to do for the Kingston Creative Artwalk.”

To download the last Sunday's Artwalk maps, please visit www.kingstoncreative.org.

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ABOUT KINGSTON CREATIVE

Kingston Creative is a movement that believes that “Kingston is the Creative Capital of the Caribbean”.  Over the next 5-10 years, we aim to create an art district and hub for creative entrepreneurs in downtown, Kingston, Jamaica.

MEDIA ENQUIRIES

For further information on Kingston Creative or artists, for interviews or images please contact Kingston Creative Co-Founder Andrea Dempster-Chung or Kingston Creative Brand Lead Cashyaka McDonald.

Andrea Dempster-Chung
T: (876) 481-4888

Cashyaka McDonald
T: (876) 420-8826
E: mcdonald.cashyaka@gmail.com

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