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Making space
Back on summer break from Jingdezhen Ceramics Institute in Jingdezhen, China, ceramicist Alistair Stevenson has found ways to keep himself busy as the first artist in resident of Exnihilo Art Center. Founded by Brian and Blair Anderson and their son...
 
 
Moving forward and upward
This summer, the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas wishes two of its most valued employees farewell as they prepare to take the next leap in professional development. Former NAGB Assistant Curator Averia Wright and Gallery Assistant Jodi Minnis sa...
 
 
Art Supply Drive returns
As kids enjoy their last few weeks of holidays, educators may be thinking about the best methods to deliver their lessons. And Orchid Burnside, co-founder of Art Supply Drive, is doing her part to help some of them. Art Supply Drive began in 2013 an...
 
 
The writing on the wall
One of the much-talked about highlights of the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB) Mixed Media Art Summer Camp has been the new mural – or, rather, murals – adorning the public wall spaces at the NAGB. As living, collaborative works, the m...
 
 
What they made: NAGB campers showcase their skills in new exhibition
This week, the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB) opened its most recent exhibition – a body of works showcasing the talents of campers, ages five to 15, from the first session of the NAGB’s Mixed Media Art Summer Camp. Held in the Projec...
 
 
Bahamian culinarians take a taste of The Bahamas with a twist to Cuba
Heating up the region’s cultural arena at the Fiesta del Fuego, the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas recently traveled to Santiago, Cuba to represent The Bahamas at the festival’s pop-up gallery. Santiago is the island nation’s second-larges...
 
 
A delectable partnership
In the lead-up to Rum Bahamas Festival in February 2016, Guanima Press, Events by Alexandra and the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas are joining forces to bring tid-bits and tastes of things to come with the seven-part “Though the Kitchen Door...
 
 
Breathing more life into Historic Charles Towne
The newest update on the historic Charles Towne initiative comes this week from Graycliff Restaurant and Hotel’s Paolo Gazaroli and Shannon Bruce, who look forward to unveiling 20 artists’ studios housed in a former convent this summer. A foundi...
 
 
What’s happening on the hill at the NAGB’s Mixed Media Art Summer Camp
With its Mixed Media Art Summer Camp in full swing, the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB) has been reveling in an energized environment these past two weeks. A total of 50 campers from all walks of life have joined the NAGB team and camp vol...
 
 
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...
 
 
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