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Arts & Culture

What’s on at the NAGB
The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB) is pleased to announce more new and upcoming events on its jam-packed calendar.   NE7 catalogues and panel discussion First up is the recent arrival of catalogues for the Seventh National Exhibit...
Recalling Malone’s vibrant influence at Hillside House
Adding splashes of vibrancy and movement to the walls at Hillside House, artist and art teacher Marco Mullings is currently starring in a solo show at the historic mansion on Cumberland Street. Titled Rhythm… Feel the Beat, the exhibition opened on...
Inspiring the next generation of Bahamian artists at the NAGB
After opening its grounds to over 60 eager Easter egg hunters, the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB) welcomed two more young Bahamians looking for a little more than sweet treats last week. C.V. Bethel seniors Bradeisha Babbs and Lefred Roll...
Art’s healing properties
Art and literature often join forces to create a multi-layered experience; the words and images flow and transport the viewer to a different space, time and experience, where she or he can participate in art and exchange feelings and ideas through ar...
Transforming Spaces at the D’Aguilar Art Foundation
The yearly busloads have departed, the champagne is all gone and the artists, curators and tour guides are – hopefully by now – all caught up on sleep. The 2015 Transforming Spaces opening weekend ended last Sunday, after two days of tours. Thoug...
The National Art Gallery welcomes its newest team member
The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB) has recently welcomed Natalie Willis as its newest team member. Taking over from Ashley Knowles, Willis is currently a curatorial trainee working with Assistant Curator Averia Wright and Education and Cu...
Bulldozing our culture: Thoughts on culture from Transforming Spaces, pt. 1
Art, culture and the best we have to give are on display across the islands of our nation. Yet we choose not to see the fantastic beauty and vibrant culture that we inhabit. We choose to see lack. We are not first world; we must become more first wo...
Transforming Spaces 2015 kicks off
The 2015 Transforming Spaces season kicked off on Thursday, March 19 with two panel discussions at The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB). The first talk, titled “So money”, was led by Jay Koment and Uli Voges, who hoped to examine art e...
Members of the Caribbean visual art community demonstrate unity, progression at Tilting Axis conference
Dedicated to forging infrastructure between independent art organizations and museums operating across the Caribbean, U.S., E.U., U.K., African continent and China, the international visual arts conference, “Tilting Axis: Within and beyond the Cari...
NAGB hosts third intern of 2015
St. John’s High School student Sherelle Hutcheson was The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas’ (NAGB) third intern of 2015. Referred to the NAGB by her guidance counsellor, who recognized the 11th grader’s creative ambitions, Hutcheson spent th...
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