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Arts & Culture

‘The Liberal’
Thierry Lamare’s ‘The Liberal’ (2002) is one of those works in the National Collection that commands attention. This realistic depiction of one of Lamare’s muses, the force that was Joyce, is currently on view at the NAGB in the recent unveil...
Empowerment and equality
Sue Katz Lightbourn’s exhibition, ‘Exposed’, opened at Antonius Roberts’ Hillside House Gallery on the evening of Thursday, April 13th, 2017. The show is a fun, thought-provoking, yet challenging journey through a world of images collected an...
April Art of the Month
Kendra Frorup’s ‘Domestic Chickens’ (2007) installation is one of the lesser-known pieces in the National Collection. The 2017-2018 Permanent Exhibition, ‘Revisiting An Eye For The Tropics’, is a departure point for us to look to the way th...
Creating Thinking Spaces
The University of The Bahamas and the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas have created an open space for group discussion that allows students to benefit from the offering of both spaces. This relationship allows culture to truly be highlighted. As m...
New look national culinary team
A 13-member team plus a two-member consultation team have been named to the 2017 Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association (BHTA) team to represent the country at the upcoming Taste of The Caribbean. Chefs Tamar Rahming, Kenria Taylor, Ryan McIntosh, An...
Margot Bethel’s Portal
“Everyday bucket go to well. One day the bottom fall out.”- Bahamian proverb   “For she who goes to the well; who carries; who labours; who bleeds; who sweats; who delivers; who bears all; who nurtures; who listens; who waits; who lays d...
In Progress
As art lovers, we often enjoy the experience of admiring finished works in galleries and exhibition spaces, but rarely consider and appreciate the creative process and the journey it takes to get there. Bahamian artist, educator and curator Heino Sch...
The gates of transformation
When one encounters artist and master blacksmith Tyrone Ferguson, you know immediately that you are in the company of someone distinct and special. His work, the product and reflection of more than two decades of professional experience as a skilled ...
Eyeing the tropics
“One literature in several imperial languages, French, English, Spanish — bud and open island after island in the early morning of a culture, not timid, not derivative, any more than the hard white petals of the frangipani are derivative and timi...
Building community effort
After many years of discussion and a solid year of hard work and collective effort, the NAGB Sculpture Garden moved closer to becoming downtown’s native plant park and preserve, on Saturday, March 24, 2017. Thanks to the Rotary Club of East Nassau...
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