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Arts & Culture

A familiar place
Few things are timeless enough that one would find something special about carving their images out to be immortalized. Max Taylor has made it his life’s work to find them and do just that. In an affirmation of Taylor’s passion and respect for th...
50 years and counting
Prints are the name of the game with this weekend’s Arts&Culture section. As Max Taylor makes a welcome return to multiple methods of printmaking at the D’Aguilar Art Foundation, another group of creatives celebrates half a century of delight...
An oceanview
Hillside House was a bold and bright sight last Friday when Judith Papillon opened her most recent exhibition, Oceans 21, at the historic space. A self taught artist, Papillon lives and works on Andros, where she put down roots almost 20 years ago, ...
NAGB at Gambier Primary fair today
Today, Saturday, May 21, the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB) is encouraging all members of the public to support Gambier Primary’s fundraising initiative. The school will be hosting a fair to raise money for a covered assembly area, and ...
A communal effort
Opening three new shows recently, The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB) has been keeping busy preparing its gallery spaces for a fresh wave of visitors. Still, the NAGB has made time to focus on its next major undertaking – the NAGB Sculpt...
No Filter at the distillery
Artists Dede Brown and Dylan Rapillard will be joining forces again in the duo’s fifth joint exhibition next week. Brown and Rapillard, who are newlyweds and in their ninth year of partnership, have been exploring concepts and sharing studio space...
The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB) recently opened its newest temporary exhibition, EN MAS’: Carnival, Junkanoo and Performance Art of The Caribbean. Co-curated by New Orleans-based curator Claire Tancons and Dr. Krista Thompson, profes...
NAGB announces NE8 open call
Committed to fostering a healthy creative ecosystem, the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas has been offering the biennial national exhibition as a safe space for artistic experimentation since 2003. Over the years, the exhibitions have become know...
EN MAS’ opens with From Columbus to Junkanoo
On the evening of Thursday, April 28, the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB) hosted the opening of three new exhibitions. On the evening, music played and drums beat out, as talented boys and girls from Rhythm N’ Youth, who are often missin...
NAGB presents the April Artwork of the Month
As its title suggests, the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas’ (NAGB) newest permanent exhibition, From Columbus to Junkanoo, tells the story of the country’s historical and social evolution from Columbus’ landfall in “the New World” to mo...
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