VISITOR ROUND-UP

It’s been a busy couple of weeks at the UWI Museum.  Poster artist ‘Freestylee’, whose exhibition of global reggae posters continues until the end of the first week in June, came by for a visit.

Staff members from the Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts (PSCCA) and the Tropical Metabolism Research Institute (TMRI) – both on the University of the West Indies Mona campus in Kingston – included us in field trips. Some members of the UWI Management Audit team, in Jamaica for a meeting, came in for a look. Other museum friends dropped by.

 

Artist autographing museum poster of first university Registrar.

Artist autographing museum poster of first university Registrar.

UWI Registrar Will Iton, Freestylee, Curator Suzanne Francis-Brown and UWI Prof of Literary & Cultural Studies Carolyn Cooper view a poster developed by the artist for a museum exhibition on academic dress.

UWI Registrar Will Iton, Freestylee, Curator Suzanne Francis-Brown and UWI Prof of Literary & Cultural Studies Carolyn Cooper view a poster developed by the artist for a museum exhibition on academic dress.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Staff of Philip Sherlock Centre with bust of Sir Philip Sherlock.

Staff of Philip Sherlock Centre with bust of Sir Philip Sherlock.

Visitors to the poster exhibition from the Edna Manley College for the Visual & Performing Arts in Kingston.

Visitors to the poster exhibition from the Edna Manley College for the Visual & Performing Arts in Kingston.

TMRI visitors.

TMRI visitors.

Staff from the Institute for Gender & Development Studies.

Staff from the Institute for Gender & Development Studies.

Management Auditors.

Management Auditors.

Friends drop by.

Friends drop by.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Council members take counsel.

Council members take counsel.

 

 

And then some of the members of Council, the UWI’s highest body, stopped in during their all-day April 26 visit to the UWI Regional Headquarters, which is where we are located.

 

 

 

Council members.

Council members.

 

Several Barbadian Council members were especially interested in some of the audio-visual material that forms part of an exhibition on Cave Hill @ 50. Cave Hill is, of course, the UWI Campus in Barbados. More on that exhibition soon.

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