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Soaking up sun and culture this July
In true standing with its mission to serve as much as a reservoir for cultural wealth as monetary wealth, Central Bank of The Bahamas is encouraging the general public to use the summer holidays as an opportunity to soak up both the sun and some of t...
 
 
Carnival and the evolution of culture
Art speaks about where a country is as well as where it was. It is exciting to see how a country’s art scene grows, develops and organically changes. The visual arts in the country have really undergone a transformation over the last 20 years. The ...
 
 
What’s on at the NAGB
The National Art Gallery Mixed Media Art Summer Camp kicks off its first session bright and early on Monday morning. Looking forward to a jam-packed three weeks, the NAGB team will be exposing campers ages five to 15 to at least three different art f...
 
 
Taking a new look at the everyday landscape with the artwork of the month
Clive Stuart’s “Cock A Doodle Do” is the June artwork of the month. A part of the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas’ (NAGB) permanent exhibition, Bahamian Domestic, the work is comprised of two separate but complementing mixed‐media piece...
 
 
New beginnings this summer at the NAGB
Last week, the NAGB team said a sorrowful farewell to Alan Wallace’s vibrant mural that adorned the face of the gallery’s annex for two years. Painted by the popular artist and participants of the 2013 National Art Gallery Summer camp, the mural ...
 
 
All in the family
It’s fairly common to hear of a family tradition or business fading out over generations. Mom and pop shops close down and family dinners become a thing of the past as siblings make decisions for their individual futures. For the Burnsides, though,...
 
 
Reminiscing at Doongalik Studios with Allan Pratt
This week Bahamian-born self-taught artist Allan Pratt shows his creative abilities extend far beyond the kitchen in a solo art exhibition at Doongalik Studios. Titled His-Story, the show features paintings of well-known historic buildings and landma...
 
 
Representing in New York
Bahamian artist Holly Parotti – whose work was recently exhibited at the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas in the seventh national exhibition, Antillean: an Ecology – will soon be featured internationally at the Museum of Contemporary African D...
 
 
The team behind the scenes
With two new exhibitions fast approaching, the team at The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas is thrilled to welcome 50/50, the first show of the Double Dutch Project, and Celebrating 40 Years of The Central Bank: A Pillar of Arts Commitment, which ...
 
 
One international chef meets a plethora of local flavor
In coordination with the Ministry of Tourism and the U.S. Embassy, Violets are Blue partnered with Chicago-based chef Judson Todd Allen on an island-hopping food and cultural visit. Known as the “architect of flavor”, Chef Allen hoped to get an ...
 
 
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