Sugar Was King: Cultural Legacy

31 October 2015, 12pm – 2pm

NAE hosts a stimulating panel discussion chaired by Lorna Holder, Curator of Jamaica Hidden History and Managing Director of Full Spectrum Productions. Using the exhibition as a backdrop, a panel of artists, academics and entrepreneurs will discuss how family and cultural influences from the past impact personal identities today. It considers how personal memories and experiences pass on to future generations, and what makes Jamaica a global brand.

Speakers include: Lorna Holder (Chair), Professor David Lambert, Esmel Woma May, Paul Belinfante

Age range: All are welcome
Admission: FREE

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