Exhibition Opening: National Gallery of Jamaica Summer Exhibition 2019 — National Gallery of Jamaica Blog


Three Generations of Jamaican Textile Artists Reflect Strong Women’s Voices

Three Generations of Jamaican Textile Artists Reflect Strong Women’s Voices

An unusual exhibition took place recently at Kingston’s Grosvenor Galleries: “3 Generations of Textiles and Fiber Arts” brought together Kingston-based artists Margaret Stanley, Katrina Coombs and Miriam Hinds-Smith for a vibrant expression of their personal aspirations and perspectives of society….. More… 


Jamaica Biennial 2017 – Juried Artists: Katrina Coombs

Jamaica Biennial 2017 – Juried Artists: Katrina Coombs

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Katrina Coombs – Others Divergent (2016)

Here is another short feature on a participating artist from our Jamaica Biennial 2017 archives.

Katrina Coombs was born in 1986, in Kingston, Jamaica. She holds a BFA with honours in Textile and Fibre Art (2008) and a Certificate in Curatorial Studies (2009) from the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts. In 2013, she obtained an MFA in Creative Practice from the University of Plymouth in the UK, via Transart Institute in New York, USA. Coombs’s work has been featured in many exhibitions since 2008, including the School of Visual Arts Faculty Shows at the CAG[e] Gallery, Edna Manley College from 2009 to 2016 and she was one of the young artists featured in Young Talent 2015 at the National Gallery of Jamaica. She also participated in Dimensions of Womanhood at the 2016 Kingston on the Edge (KOTE) Urban Arts Festival

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