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Chasing dreams across the globe
When he hopped on a plane heading for China in 2013, Alistair Stevenson wasn’t about to let any language barrier get in the way of his eight-year dream.An 11th grade art class was enough to kick-start an enthusiasm for ceramics that he would fin...
 
 
Four collectors sharing common ground
In keeping with the ongoing celebrations of its 40th anniversary, The Central Bank of The Bahamas (CBB) weaved a bit of business and pleasure at The Central Bank of The Bahamas Young Collectors Exhibition on Thursday past. Honing in on a group of ...
 
 
Take a spin on the potter’s wheel
Though often overshadowed by the country’s alarming rates of diabetes, high cholesterol and obesity, hunger continues to be a tragic problem throughout our small island nation. That’s why artist Joann Behagg has decided to do her part to reduce t...
 
 
Art supplies drive hopes to give art students a lift
At some point in the next week or so, many parents will probably find themselves tossing packs of coloring pencils and glue into their trolleys, alongside notebooks and highlighters. The gesture, often overlooked by many, is an act of love and genero...
 
 
Stop by and see…
Tonight, The Takeoff, a concert in aid of jazz singer Cazna Hinds’ educational funding, will be taking place at the National Centre for the Performing Arts at 7 p.m. For more information, call 242-698-1679.  Matthew Wildgoose’ second annual...
 
 
Buildings Are People Too opens at Baha Mar’s Glass Bridge
Four weeks ago, Piaget Moss and Veronica Dorsett were featured in Guardian Arts&Culture as Baha Mar’s first artists-in-residence. Nearly one month later, the young artists have completed their residency program, going out with a bang with the f...
 
 
A family affair at the NAGB
You can find Eddie Minnis’ prints in just about any Bahamian crafts store on the island – they’re often easily identified by the fire-colored branches of a Poinciana tree in bloom. The iconic Bahamian landscape artist is known for his textured ...
 
 
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 ...
 
 
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