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Arts & Culture

Flame, Feel The Passion
Transitions affect us all. As creative people, we are often faced with a crucial point in our lives of major transformation, and coping with change is fundamental to our survival. For Bahamian art educator and practicing artist Marco Mullings this ye...
Breezes through Long Cay
Sitting on a breezy, sandy thoroughfare from the east to the west of Long Cay, silence is only interrupted by a creaking door and rolling seas washing ashore on a pink sandy beach, where history has been washed out by time and bleached by the sun. T...
NAGB artwork of the month
This month’s selected artwork is a woodcut print on paper entitled “Pulling Nr. 1,” (1982) by Maxwell Taylor — a painter, printmaker, sculptor, ceramicist and draughtsman. The work is currently on show alongside other Taylor drawings and prin...
This summer - with Ivanna Gaitor
“There’s no place like home! The city life is great, but there’s nothing more comforting than being around family and friends at home. We live in a special place, leaving and returning reminds me of that – every time.” Born in New Providen...
Forward Motion
As we approach our 43rd year of Independence, the concept of motion is all too apt. When we think of legal and political motions, the notion of movement itself implies some sort of progression. No matter the circumstances, in the same way that water ...
The Creative Industries
Creative industries are a ‘new’ fixture in the discussions among government development folks. They want to expand the reach of the creative industries and link these with tourism. Creative industries are about celebrating all that is creative an...
Nowé Harris-Smith, an emerging Bahamian artist, shows us her foray into reconciling the tension between two battling mediums; tensions between reality and the imagined, between the ideas of bodies as symbols of our individuality but also as unifying...
Giving credit where credit is due
We all know that adage that ‘variety is the spice of life.’ We see it in art all the time, in music and in Bahamian people. Given the current turmoil and tension in the world — all the negativity and discrimination against those whose existence...
San Salvador as Culture
New Economies of Culture We often talk about the importance of cultural tourism, but perhaps few of us understand what that means or even why it could benefit us as a country. Cultural tourism has become one of the largest drivers in tourism mobiliz...
Exnihilo Art Award
Exnihilo Art Center recently announced the launch of the Exnihilo Art Award. This partial scholarship is intended to recognize the achievement and excellence in the arts among Bahamian Out Island students. The Exnihilo Art Award is a merit-based, po...
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