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ELEUTHERA, Bahamas -- American Artist Barbara de Vries and Bahamian artist Antonio Roberts will be part of a weekend of celebrations focused on sustainability, recycling and heritage and culture this Earth Day weekend! On April 20-22, 2012, the One Eleuthera Foundation and their partners (the Bahamas Ministry of Tourism, Bahamas National Trust, Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve, BREEF, Island School and The Nature Conservancy) presents "Jammin' for Nature - Earth Day Weekend 2012 Live from Eleuthera!"
There are 5 great events planned for 1 amazing weekend in Eleuthera that will be infused with music and will celebrate the heritage and culture of that Island as well as Earth Day. The list of events will delight tourists and residents of Eleuthera and other family Island residents with ties to Eleuthera are encouraged to participate. The events are focused around family and fun and the goal is for everyone to "connect their inner soul to Eleuthera."
Two special artists will be featured as part of the weekend's events and they are Barbara de Vries and Antonius Roberts.
Barabara de Vries will celebrate recycling and sustainability through her latest collection of "Plastic is Forever" at the gallery at the Beach House Restaurant with new jewelry designs, tees and accessories. There will also be a screening of "One Beach," a stunning documentary about global beach plastic pollution that features 4 artists from around the world, including Barbara de Vries and her work in Eleuthera. The Welcome Party kicks off the Earth Day weekend celebrations and Wine and Tapas will be served and the cost is $25 and Barefoot Wines, Bristol Wine and Spirits as well as The One Eleuthera Foundation and The Nature Conservancy have sponsored the Welcome Party.
Bahamian Art is flourishing and it has made a huge impact in the international arena when a group of Bahamian visual artists opened the Master Artists of The Bahamas Exhibition and Symposium in the United States at the Waterloo Center for the Arts (WCA) in Waterloo, Iowa.
WATERLOO, Iowa --- Master artists from the Bahamas will visit the Waterloo Center for the Arts for a symposium October 14-15th, 2011.
The two-day symposium will feature such artists as Kendal Hanna, Max Taylor, Dave Smith, Stan Burnside, Jackson Burnside, Antonius Roberts, John Beadle and John Cox.
By KHIA POITIER
For the Guardian
The first-ever Schooner Bay Art Symposium served as an exhilarating opportunity for artists to directly influence the surrounding environment and breathe new life into the space. Participating artists, under the leadership of Antonius Roberts, included John Cox, Director/Owner of Popopstudios Centre for the Visual Arts; Nigerian artist Amarachi Okafor, and six emerging College of The Bahamas artists: Dominique Delancy, Diara Ferguson, Steffon Grant, Jeffery Meris, Khia Poitier, Deime Ubani and Tiffany Williams.
To begin the journey in Abaco, we took a tour of the Schooner Bay development seeking to find our place in nature and engage in a critical dialogue about t ...
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Nassau, Bahamas - Art lovers are in for a rare
treat this month as a City Wide Exhibition is scheduled to open on Saturday, November 20.
Based on the movie 'Artists of the Bahamas' produced, directed and
photographed by Karen Arthur and Thomas Neuwirth which premiered at the 2008 BIFF Film Festival, the artwork of the eleven Bahamian artists featured in the film will be showcased at six galleries in the City.
Art lovers are in for a rare treat this month as a city wide exhibition is scheduled to open on Saturday, November 20.
Based on the movie 'Artists of the Bahamas' produced, directed and photographed by Karen Arthur and Thomas Neuwirth which premiered at the 2008 BIFF Film Festival, the artwork of the eleven Bahamian artists featured in the film will be showcased at six galleries in the City.
Nassau, Bahamas - Under the National
Exhibition Six (NE6): Kingdom Come Exhibition presents an Artists Talk
Panel with NE6 participating artists discussing the themes: "Justice
& Survival" on Tuesday, February 5th at 7:00 p.m.
Edwards, Dave Smith (Represented by John Cox) and Jackson Petit, will be
Nassau, Bahamas - Under the National
Exhibition Six (NE6): Kingdom Come, the NAGB Education Department
presents the second Artists Talk Panel with NE6 participating artists
discussing the Sub-theme: "Spirituality & Balance" on Tuesday,
February 19th at 6:30 p.m. Artists, Tyrone Ferguson, Dylan Rapilliard
(represented by John Cox), Jeffrey Merris (represented by John Cox) and
This event is Free and open to the public...