Jamaica Hidden Histories is an educational project by Full Spectrum Productions, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund. It aims to unearth and communicate information to diverse communities to understand the history of Jamaica, its distinctive cultural identity and links with Britain. The project will explore how Jamaican culture has become a recognisable and global brand.


  Taino Village Tapestry by Meryl Bowden


Jamaica Hidden Histories Exhibition

Gallery @oxo
Oxo Tower Wharf
Bargehouse Street
South Bank
London SE1 9PH

6th March - 17th May 2015

11am - 6pm (7 days a week)

Admission Free.

Full Spectrum Productions present the Jamaica Hidden Histories exhibition at gallery@oxo, Oxo Tower Wharf

“It would be hard to find a better expression not just of Jamaica’s contribution to modern London but of the tragedy, joy and potential of this very special island story.” London Evening Standard.

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The Jamaica Hidden Histories project is about all those pages that have been ripped out regarding our cultural heritage. It’s about all the stories that have been told and not always documented, and the documents that have been written and not always read. It is about the many archives, films, photographs and artefacts, relating to us; hidden away in museums, galleries and within our homes. Through this project, they are brought to light for young people and elders from diverse communities to connect with their own heritage.

Lorna Holder – Curator of the Jamaica Hidden Histories exhibition