• Email to friend
  • The Nassau Guardian Facebook Page
  • RSS Feed
  • Pinterest

Max: 84°F  | Min: 81°F

Arts & Culture

Coloring the black box
First performed 40 years ago, in Berkeley, California, the magnitude of Ntozake Shange’s “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf” is still shaking up audiences today. The play – comprised of a collection of poe...
10 Questions
Bernard Petit is a creative professional. His artwork can be found in the D’Aguilar and Dawn Davies art collections. 1. What’s been your most inspirational moment in the last 12 months? Taking the time out to sit on a bench in a busy area, such...
Preserving Nassau’s neighborhoods
Nastassia Pratt wears many hats. A full-time assistant curator and graphic designer at the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB), the 29-year-old also makes time to paint, craft model homes and study architecture. The commitments come naturally ...
Connecting the Caribbean
Holly Bynoe chooses her words carefully and deliberately. The soft-spoken co-founder of ARC Magazine doesn’t rush herself when she’s got something to say. And, when the words do come to her, she has a knack for making the listener feel their sign...
10 Questions
Local artist Dominique Knowles answers 10 questions from Guardian Arts&Culture. His work is currently displayed in a show entitled “Cygnus” at Popopstudios. 1. What’s been your most inspirational moment in the last 12 months? It would def...
Thinking outside the beach
It’s no big secret that so much of what is being marketed and sold in Downtown Nassau comes from countries many of us have never seen. A brief stroll on Prince George Wharf will reveal that many goods that have come from The Bahamas have often been...
The Dundas gets back in the ring
it’s come a long way since Lady Dundas’ years of training domestic servants and hotel maids on Mackey Street. Transformed by Meta Davis-Cumberbatch from a training center to a performing arts center in the 1960s, the Dundas Centre for the Perform...
Telling tales
Friday nights have been getting a little more stimulating than the average happy hour, thanks to Sonia Farmer and Orchid Burnside’s printing blunders. Since January, the duo has been inviting short story writers to share their works at the Illiter...
Baha Mar presents first ever artists-in-residence
For John Cox, creative arts director at Baha Mar, giving young Bahamian artists a leg up has always been high on the agenda. For five years, Cox’s Popopstudios has been offering summer residencies to up-and-coming Bahamian artists. Now head of the ...
The carnival pt 3: Show me the money
If the recent demands for a Freedom of Information Act are any indication, many Bahamians want answers to their questions – and good ones. This is especially so when the subject matter involves the public purse. Since April 1, 2014, the day the pr...
Page 1 of 2


Today's Front Page

  • Enewspaper
  • Enewspaper
  • Enewspaper
  • Enewspaper


  • http://www.ansbacher.bs
  • http://www.walkinclinicbahamas.com
  • http://www.cfal.com
  • http://www.colinageneral.com
  • http://www.Colina.com