The Art of Reggae exhibition returns to Liverpool this June
Following the huge success of last year’s exhibition, The Art of Reggae will be returning to Constellations in The Baltic Triangle from 7th June to 9th July.
The exhibition, a collaboration between the International Reggae Poster Contest and Positive Vibration, will showcase 100 reggae-inspired posters designed by artists & illustrators from all over the world.
Visitors will be able to bid on any of the framed posters by way of a silent auction and all profits from the sales will be donated to the Alpha Boys School – the vocational institution for underprivileged youths located in Kingston, Jamaica.
About the International Reggae Poster Contest
The International Reggae Poster Contest is an initiative which celebrates the globalisation of reggae and the resounding impact of its positive message. The poster contest, which takes place every year, gives artists from all around the world the opportunity to submit their reggae-inspired designs. This year’s contest received 1,270 submissions from 75 countries, clearly demonstrating that reggae is a truly global phenomenon.
The launch of the exhibition will take place on Wednesday 7th June at Constellations from 7pm-11pm.
Entry is FREE, to confirm your attendance, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The exhibition will set the tone for the main event of Positive Vibration – Festival of Reggae, which takes place in the Baltic Triangle (Constellations, District and Hangar 34) on the 9th & 10th June 2017.
Winner of ‘Best New Festival’ at the UK Festival Awards 2016, Positive Vibration will play host to a plethora of internationally renowned bands, legendary sound systems & selectors, a Reggae Q&A, creative workshops, a record fair & market, and plenty of tasty Caribbean food & drink.
Headlining this year’s festival is King of the Sound System, Jah Shaka (full sound system, 5 hour session) and 2 Tone legends, The Selecter.
The full line up is available here.
Positive Vibration – Festival of Reggae 2017
Baltic Triangle, Liverpool
Friday 9th June – Saturday 10th June 2017
Winner of Best New Festival at the UK Festival Awards 2016
Children under 12 go free on the Saturday of the festival, supervised by an adult.