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And then there were three
Self-discovery isn’t something that fits in a five-year plan. It doesn’t heed deadlines, and it certainly doesn’t mind age. Finding and re-discovering one’s passion can happen at any stage in life, as Subrenna Gomez-Higgs, Janet Jennings and ...
 
 
Central Bank announces winners of 2014 open category art competition
This past Wednesday, The Central Bank of The Bahamas (CBB) announced the first, second and third place winners of the open category component of its 31st annual art competition and exhibition. Setting this year’s open category competition and exhib...
 
 
Talking about the weather
As the country experiences significant social and economic changes, the D’Aguilar Art Foundation (DAF) is demonstrating its appreciation for ongoing shifts in the Bahamian landscape with a cleverly christened quarterly exhibition. In its most recen...
 
 
Central Bank reschedules grand opening and awards ceremony
Since 1984, The Central Bank of The Bahamas has staged an annual art competition and exhibition through which it has continued to uncover and showcase budding Bahamian talent in the visual arts. For many, this competition and exhibition has served as...
 
 
A simple concept
With the onset of fall – or, as Bahamians know it, an ever so slight decline in temperature – comes the annual resurgence of events in the arts community. Visual artist, sculptor and Central Bank Curator Antonius Roberts helped to get the ball ro...
 
 
NAGB’s new permanent exhibition tells an honest narrative
The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB) is freshening things up with a new permanent exhibition called The Bahamian Domestic. Saying goodbye to 40 Years of Bahamian Art, the former permanent exhibition which paid homage to the country’s four...
 
 
Serving up what we’ve already got
A mélange of elements unique to these 700 islands, rocks and cays, Bahamian culture is manifested in Junkanoo shacks, at the Cay Island Rake ‘n’ Scrape Festival and in the homes of straw plaiters. We see it at local theaters and off the shorelin...
 
 
Cox’s highchair takes a seat at N.Y. show
With his fingers in several of the country’s visual arts pies, Baha Mar Creative Arts Director John Cox has dipped another digit in upstate New York. The artist’s work has been featured in a show titled “Principals/Principles” at the KuBe vis...
 
 
Celebrating creative freedom
Writing The Guardian’s Arts&Culture section means I’m fortunate enough to meet artists, learn more about their work and get multiple perspectives on working in the creative industry and making art on a regular basis. One of the questions I fr...
 
 
Art in your inbox
Dionne Benjamin-Smith has been dedicated to making the arts more accessible for nearly 20 years. A visual artist, graphic designer and illustrator, Benjamin-Smith is also the founder of one of the country’s foremost arts and culture media – the w...
 
 
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