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Arts & Culture

June’s Art of the Month
Scraped up from the beds. Uprooted. Carefully picked and collected. Transported by boat. Beaten. Sun-dried. Clipped and polished. Sold to the highest bidder. The sponge industry of the colonial Bahamas as represented in Jacob F. Coonley’s ‘The Sp...
Reflections on the Summer Film Series at the NAGB
Toronto was, and always has been, a city of movie buffs and on Sunday afternoons back in the mid-1960s, local theatres played matinees for families. For some reason my parents thought their young son would like to see some, so my first movies were ol...
Art Is Life
Last October the family of the late Chan Pratt celebrated his life and work by launching The Chan Pratt Foundation with an art exhibition and auction. The Foundation was established to preserve the legacy of Chan Pratt as one of the pioneers in Baham...
Sustain. Supply. Demand better
The Art Supply Drive (ASD) now in its third year of donations, is a pioneering new charity. The effort emerged out of a need to bolster the limited materials that art teachers across the nation have access to. The fledgling charity has certainly flou...
Taking Up Residence
Incentivizing Local Emerging Artists   It is a long upheld tradition in ‘the art world’ – that seemingly separate planet where for many it is baffling that one can take an unmade bed or a pile of bricks and call it art. Nevermind the fac...
NAGB Film Programme for Summer 2016
The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas is proud to announce a new ongoing curated film series created specifically for The Bahamas, beginning in June and continuing throughout the entire year. NAGB Director Amanda Coulson, Chief Curator Holly Bynoe...
A familiar place
Few things are timeless enough that one would find something special about carving their images out to be immortalized. Max Taylor has made it his life’s work to find them and do just that. In an affirmation of Taylor’s passion and respect for th...
50 years and counting
Prints are the name of the game with this weekend’s Arts&Culture section. As Max Taylor makes a welcome return to multiple methods of printmaking at the D’Aguilar Art Foundation, another group of creatives celebrates half a century of delight...
An oceanview
Hillside House was a bold and bright sight last Friday when Judith Papillon opened her most recent exhibition, Oceans 21, at the historic space. A self taught artist, Papillon lives and works on Andros, where she put down roots almost 20 years ago, ...
NAGB at Gambier Primary fair today
Today, Saturday, May 21, the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB) is encouraging all members of the public to support Gambier Primary’s fundraising initiative. The school will be hosting a fair to raise money for a covered assembly area, and ...
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