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NAGB gets ready to welcome NE7
Just in time for the holidays, next month the rooms at the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB) will be filled with all kinds of eye openers at the seventh National Exhibition of The Bahamas (NE7). Titled “Antillean: An Ecology” this year...
 
 
Forget the North Pole, shop locally
Pushing for more support from the community and government as they compete with cheaper, mass-produced, imported goods, local artisans with authentic, Bahamian crafts have been struggling year-round to keep their heads above water. With December roll...
 
 
The paper trail down Bay Street
Once, during an interview with artist Stan Burnside, he told me how he and his late brother, Jackson Burnside, would often lament the fact that their country failed to acknowledge the “incredible gift” of Junkanoo and use it to its economic advan...
 
 
A thought on culture
The Minnis retrospective exhibition, titled “Creation’s Grace”, at the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas is a fantastic walk through Bahamian visual and musical culture. It is a glimpse of what we are and where we came from and what we love. ...
 
 
A taste of things to come
Going full steam ahead with plans to carry out a vision to promote the country’s artists on an unprecedented level, The Current, Baha Mar’s art team, has announced its second show in The Glass Bridge Gallery. Located in the Meliá, the exhibition...
 
 
Holistic healing in the inner city
Culture and health might not go hand-in-hand, but they do share the same social circle. This becomes particularly obvious when it comes to common maladies found in The Bahamas – like diabetes, hypertension and obesity – which are linked to the fo...
 
 
A celebration of diversity
Making its grand return, the 19th annual International Cultural Festival was held last weekend at the Nassau Botanical Gardens. The festival, known for its multitude of booths representing a myriad of countries, was this year no less a success than i...
 
 
Making the transatlantic connection
Making its return to The Bahamas for the first time in over 30 years and featuring a Bahamian cast for the first time ever, “Sizwe Banzi is Dead” blew audiences away in the Dundas Centre for the Performing Arts Black Box Theatre during the sixth ...
 
 
And then there were three
Self-discovery isn’t something that fits in a five-year plan. It doesn’t heed deadlines, and it certainly doesn’t mind age. Finding and re-discovering one’s passion can happen at any stage in life, as Subrenna Gomez-Higgs, Janet Jennings and ...
 
 
Central Bank announces winners of 2014 open category art competition
This past Wednesday, The Central Bank of The Bahamas (CBB) announced the first, second and third place winners of the open category component of its 31st annual art competition and exhibition. Setting this year’s open category competition and exhib...
 
 
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