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The always-elegant Marigold Harding, deputy chairman of council at the Institute of Jamaica, gracing the red carpet.
The always-elegant Marigold Harding, deputy chairman of council at the Institute of Jamaica, gracing the red carpet.
Cultural Engineer Lenford Salmon is honoured to receive his gold Musgrave medal from Sir Patrick Allen, governor general of Jamaica.
Cultural Engineer Lenford Salmon is honoured to receive his gold Musgrave medal from Sir Patrick Allen, governor general of Jamaica.
Musgrave bronze medal recipient, author and lecturer Dr Safiya Sinclair (centre), is surrounded by (from left) Lij Sinclair, Pauline Crawford and Ife Sinclair as she signs the Musgrave book.
Musgrave bronze medal recipient, author and lecturer Dr Safiya Sinclair (centre), is surrounded by (from left) Lij Sinclair, Pauline Crawford and Ife Sinclair as she signs the Musgrave book.
Jamila Falak performing at the Institute of Jamaica Musgrave Medal Awards Ceremony for the encouragement of literature, science and art, at the Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts.
Jamila Falak performing at the Institute of Jamaica Musgrave Medal Awards Ceremony for the encouragement of literature, science and art, at the Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts.
It’s always a pleasure to see Dr L’Antoinette Stines, artistic director of L’Acadco.
It’s always a pleasure to see Dr L’Antoinette Stines, artistic director of L’Acadco.
It was a family affair to celebrate Musgrave gold medal awardee for science, Joy Spence (centre), chemist and master blender at Appleton Estate, who was with (from left) daughter Tracy Spence, husband Emile Spence, son Andrew Spence and Courtney Nicholas.
It was a family affair to celebrate Musgrave gold medal awardee for science, Joy Spence (centre), chemist and master blender at Appleton Estate, who was with (from left) daughter Tracy Spence, husband Emile Spence, son Andrew Spence and Courtney Nicholas.
Winning the Musgrave gold medal for literature is Diana McCaulay (left), author and environmental activist, posing with Emprezz Golding at the ceremony.
Winning the Musgrave gold medal for literature is Diana McCaulay (left), author and environmental activist, posing with Emprezz Golding at the ceremony.
Maxine and Glen Campbell are all smiles while entering the Musgrave Medal Awards Ceremony.
Maxine and Glen Campbell are all smiles while entering the Musgrave Medal Awards Ceremony.
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The Institute of Jamaica held the annual Musgrave Medal Awards Ceremony in recognition of achievements in art, science, and literature on Tuesday at the Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts at the University of the West Indies. Originally conceived in 1889 and named in memory of Sir Anthony Musgrave, the founder of the institute and the former governor of Jamaica, this year’s staging was one for the books. Something Extra brings you the highlights.