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Arts & Culture

Painting taboos
Making her way to Aruba for the third chapter of the Caribbean Linked Artist Residence Program, Bahamian artist Jodi Minnis has been gathering momentum in her academic and career journey. The former NAGB gallery assistant and PopopStudios Junior Priz...
A partnership taking flight
Most folks old enough to remember the former Sir Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) terminal agree that the upgraded facility is a massive improvement both aesthetically and where functionality is concerned. And while few would argue that ...
Artist & Musician to freestyle in Pompey Square for worthy causes
On Thursday, August 27, 2015, one artist and one musician will take to Pompey Square for an 8-hour live art and music showcase. Dubbed “Freestyle: Outside the Lines pt. 1,” Allan P. Wallace, of recent celebrity salt portraiture fame, and Arthol G...
Marking growth
In a show of its support for young Bahamian artists, The D’Aguilar Art Foundation (DAF) will welcome upcoming exhibition Flourish on Thursday, August 27. Featuring the works of developing artists Ivanna Gaitor, Alistair Stevenson and Angelika Walla...
One with the elements
Continuing with what seems to be a trend highlighting local artistry and talents, Sandyport Beaches Resort and Hotel recently commissioned Bahamian artist Attila Feszt to complete a large-scale public mural livening up the pathway leading to the beac...
Allan Wallace’s ‘Let There Be Order’ is the August Art Work of the Month
This month, the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB) had the pleasure of a visit by renowned Bahamian artist Max Taylor. Called one of the country’s foremost ‘master artists’, multimedia artist Taylor has been an invaluable member of the ...
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...
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