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Jamaicans involved in the creative industries are being encouraged to take advantage of the Government’s productive inputs relief scheme.
Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment, and Sport, Olivia Grange is urging all Jamaicans to continue the relentless fight started by national hero, Marcus Mosiah Garvey, by getting involved in the reparations movement as a part of efforts to counter the devastating impact of the residue of enslavement.
NON-PROFIT arts organisation Kingston Creative has suggested that while Jamaica's capital city has the potential to benefit greatly from its cultural and creative assets, its ability to seriously do so continues to be affected by gaps in industry data.
The Government is seeking special treatment from host countries for creatives and cultural professionals traveling abroad. In an address to diplomats at a ministerial briefing at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, on March 1, Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Olivia Grange, said that the ability of artistes to travel to countries to ply their trade is fundamental to the growth and development of the culture and entertainment sectors of Jamaica.
“I know the need and I want to ensure that it's done,” declared Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, Olivia Grange, as her ministry took a major step towards establishing an insurance programme for entertainment, culture and creative industries practitioners.
The Jamaica Business Development Corporation (JBDC) has embarked on a US$72,000 project to strengthen the cultural and creative industries (CCI) in Jamaica.