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Jamaica Dance Umbrella

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Mar 3 2017 - 8:00pm

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Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts
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Jamaica Dance Umbrella Launch

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Mar 2 2017 - 7:00pm

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Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts
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March is Movie Month - 5 Jamaican Short Films

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Mar 10 2017 - 6:30pm - 8:30pm

March is Movie Month at Mona.
A series of film screenings organised by the Department of Literatures in English, begins on Friday, March 10 at 6:30pm in the Neville Hall Lecture Theatre (N1).  The screenings will feature five Jamaican short films made under the umbrella of the PROPELLA Initiative. The films are: Origins (Kurt Wright and Noelle Kerr), Shock Value (Adrian Lopez), Shoot the Girl (Tony Hendricks and Natalie Thompson), Sugar (Laurie Parker, Sharon Leach and Michelle Serieux) and The Silent Ones (Gregory Lopez and Janet Morrison). 
 

Venue: 
Neville Hall Lecture Theatre (N1)
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Staff
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Students
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Doniq Salmon
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927-2217

Love Affair with Literature 6

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Mar 5 2017 - 11:00am - 1:00pm

The Department of Literatures in English announces the 6th staging of "Love Affair with Literature", on Sunday March 5, 2017; 11:00 am at the Neville Hall Lecture Theatre (N1).

Venue: 
Neville Hall Lecture Theatre (N1)
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General Public
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Doniq Salmon
Tel: 
927-2217

"If Only I Were That Warrior" - A film exploring the controversial memory of Italy’s Fascist invasion of Ethiopia in 1935

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Jul 8 2016 - 6:30pm - 9:00pm

The Department of Government is partnering with the Ethiopian Consulate for the screening of the documentary "If Only I Were that Warrior" a film exploring the controversial memory of Italy’s Fascist invasion of Ethiopia in 1935 .

The screening will be held on July 8, 2016 at SSLT, UWI, Mona @6:30 pm. There will be Opportunity for discussion with the film producer Isaak Liptzin. Download event flyer HERE

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Social Sciences Lecture Theatre (SSLT)
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University Singers Benefit Performance in aid of FHE Student Scholarships

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Jun 3 2016 - 8:00pm

The University of the West Indies, Mona

 

Faculty of Humanities and Education (FHE)

 

presents

 

THE UNIVERSITY SINGERS BENEFIT PERFORMANCE

 

in aid of FHE Student Scholarships

 

Friday, June 3, 2016 (Opening Night) at 8:00 PM

Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts (PSCCA)

For tickets, please contact: Humanities and Education Faculty Office, HODs in FHE, CARIMAC Front Desk

Venue: 
Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts (PSCCA)
Target Audience: 
Staff
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Students
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General Public
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Contact Information
Keisha-Marie Edwards
Tel: 
977-2111, 977-0898, 970-6497

University Singers Benefit Performance in aid of FHE Student Scholarships

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Event Date: 
Jun 3 2016 - 8:00pm

The University of the West Indies, Mona
Faculty of Humanities and Education (FHE)
presents
THE UNIVERSITY SINGERS BENEFIT PERFORMANCE
in aid of FHE Student Scholarships

  • Friday, June 3, 2016 (Opening Night) at 8:00 PM
  • Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts (PSCCA)

For tickets, please contact: Humanities and Education Faculty Office, HODs in FHE, CARIMAC Front Desk

Venue: 
Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts (PSCCA)
Target Audience: 
Staff
Target Audience: 
Students
Target Audience: 
General Public
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Contact Information
Keisha-Marie Edwards
Tel: 
977-2111, 977-0898, 970-6497

‘Catherine Mulgrave – An African Odyssey’ A New Play by the University Players

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May 29 2016 - 6:00pm

The new production by Jamaica’s award-winning University Players explores the fascinating life story of Catherine Mulgrave, and is based on the research of eminent UWI scholar, Professor Maureen Warner-Lewis as well as other historical sources. 

Catherine began her life in Luanda, now in modern-day Angola. She was abducted into slavery, and after the ship in which she was held captive wrecked off the southern shores of Jamaica in 1833 en route to Havana, she was brought ashore and subsequently adopted by then Governor of Jamaica, Constantine Henry Phipps, the Earl of Mulgrave and his wife Maria, the Countess of Mulgrave.

Venue: 
Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts
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Staff
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Students
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General Public
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Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts
Tel: 
876-977-9770

‘Catherine Mulgrave – An African Odyssey’ A New Play by the University Players

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May 28 2016 - 8:00pm

The new production by Jamaica’s award-winning University Players explores the fascinating life story of Catherine Mulgrave, and is based on the research of eminent UWI scholar, Professor Maureen Warner-Lewis as well as other historical sources. 

Catherine began her life in Luanda, now in modern-day Angola. She was abducted into slavery, and after the ship in which she was held captive wrecked off the southern shores of Jamaica in 1833 en route to Havana, she was brought ashore and subsequently adopted by then Governor of Jamaica, Constantine Henry Phipps, the Earl of Mulgrave and his wife Maria, the Countess of Mulgrave.

Venue: 
Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts
Target Audience: 
Staff
Target Audience: 
Students
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General Public
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Contact Information
Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts
Tel: 
876-977-9770

‘Catherine Mulgrave – An African Odyssey’ A New Play by the University Players

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Event Date: 
May 27 2016 - 8:00pm

The new production by Jamaica’s award-winning University Players explores the fascinating life story of Catherine Mulgrave, and is based on the research of eminent UWI scholar, Professor Maureen Warner-Lewis as well as other historical sources. 

Catherine began her life in Luanda, now in modern-day Angola. She was abducted into slavery, and after the ship in which she was held captive wrecked off the southern shores of Jamaica in 1833 en route to Havana, she was brought ashore and subsequently adopted by then Governor of Jamaica, Constantine Henry Phipps, the Earl of Mulgrave and his wife Maria, the Countess of Mulgrave.

Venue: 
Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts
Target Audience: 
Staff
Target Audience: 
Students
Target Audience: 
General Public
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Contact Information
Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts
Tel: 
876-977-9770

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