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Arts & Culture

 
The very first Instinct
Celebrating their innate drive to create, nine esteemed Bahamian artists will be showcasing their works at The Central Bank of The Bahamas (CBB) Art Gallery in a show aptly titled “Instinct”. Opening on Thursday, September 18, the exhibition has ...
 
 
Doing double duty
The product of two developers – one of whom was in search of a simple dining experience offering good food and friendly service and another who knew his way around a cellar as a wine sommelier – Mahogany House was born in 2011. Serving up simple...
 
 
Cut from the same cloth
Now known primarily for its blue holes, pine forests and crabs, Andros’ reputation as a trendsetting Family Island seems to have fallen by the wayside – it has, after all, been several decades since Androsia took the nation by storm. Though the v...
 
 
Master artist Maxwell Taylor completes murals for Grand Hyatt
in the hospitality industry, first impressions mean everything, forming the basis for a dynamic and meaningful guest experience that will make The Bahamas a standout global destination. To that end, Baha Mar’s art team, The Current, is coordinatin...
 
 
Shakespeare in Paradise season is back for more
It’s been said time and again that The Bahamas has much more to offer its citizens and its visitors than sun, sand and sea. With an abundance of talent in the country’s arts community, it seems no wonder that repertory theater company Ringplay Pr...
 
 
‘Brigidy Bram’
A Bahamian visual artist, Bahamian filmmaker and American filmmaker walk into a studio – this is not the beginning of a tongue-in-cheek joke; it’s what Toby Lunn, Kareem Mortimer and Laura Gamse have been doing since early 2014 with the making of...
 
 
Signaling shifts in Nassau Harbour
Blue Curry is a Bahamian artist currently living in London, who flies his flags in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Known primarily for his installation works that broach cultural and historical themes, in 2013 Curry was asked to take part in Unsettled Landsca...
 
 
Paying it forward at the Pro Gallery
College of The Bahamas (COB) student Jodi Minnis knows it isn’t easy starting an artist’s career. President of the Pro Society, COB’s art society, Minnis understands the vitality of a strong social support network for up-and-coming artists. As ...
 
 
Concerns over The Past that Sharpened the Present
We, the curators of The Past that Sharpened the Present, thank everyone who was present, or present in spirit, at the opening event. We greatly appreciate the support, love and guidance. It has come to our attention that our endeavors have been misi...
 
 
Jazz through the ages
Adrian D’Aguilar knows that jazz recognizes no age boundaries – he’s reminded of that fact whenever Giveton Gelin, 15, picks up his trumpet; it becomes evident when pianist Eric Boxerman, 12, sits down to play or when Giveson Gelin, also 12, sh...
 
 
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