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Arts & Culture

Made in The Bahamas
We hear so often that not much comes from this country. There are no big manufacturing outfits, as there are in Jamaica, Trinidad and Haiti. There are no huge factories producing underwear; there are no artistic outlets like Carnival, as there are ...
December artwork of the month
‘Clay Oven’ seems to be a quiet watercolor, content to sit amongst the bright splashes of color from John Beadle, Jackson Burnside or Brent Malone. If you were unfortunate enough to have a flying visit to see ‘From Columbus To Junkanoo’, wher...
Civil engagement as culture
The lead story, “Create Dangerously”, in Edgwidge Danticat’s book of essays tells the story of François Duvalier, Papa Doc, bringing all the school children and the working community out to see the hanging of two young men. It was to set the ...
Activism as art, art as activism
The recently opened eighth National Exhibition (NE8) contains much of the Bahamian art we’ve come to know and love over the years. We are a nation and a region with a very strong tradition of painting and wall-based work, which has expanded into th...
Apathy, antipathy, and action
Recent events in the nation, perhaps most notably the We March protest that took place last week, showed that The Bahamas has begun to shake off the veil of apathy that we have slumbered under for what feels like too long. This year has been a belter...
Art, culture and represen-tation
Representation in art tends to be the ability of art to reflect on and capture the trueness of life. It is not a sketch of naturalistic or impressionistic images, but a ‘true’ to life picture of what we see. However, what we see can always be i...
Different Strokes
The painting workshop series at the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB), starting today, November 26, is just another side of the gallery’s range of programming. The NAGB has talks and openings and all the things often associated with a nati...
The Pro-Gallery at the University of The Bahamas (UB) will soon play host to an exhibition of work by emerging artist Jodi Minnis, on the eve of her temporary departure from The Bahamas in pursuit of higher education. Minnis is a proud alumnus of The...
Celebrating Women International
The recent honor given to National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB) staff in recognition of efforts and achievements, provides a moment of deeper thought on what this success means on a larger scale. Division is, in many ways, the trend for 2016 –...
Through the eyes of a tourist
If you think about hip hop in The Bahamas, “Who Let the Dogs Out” is the tune that springs to mind. However, the glory days of Nassau seem to be far behind us. We have spent so much time developing an image of what we think we should look like,...
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