Events on August 22, 2019 - Thursday

Pizza Night at Tipsy, Treasure Cay Resort

Thursday 22nd August 2019  5:30 PM

Open Daily 12pm – 1am, Thursday Pizza Night 5pm – 11pm

This outdoor community dining and bar area is situated adjacent to our pool overlooking the marina. An open air facility,The Tipsy Seagull Pool Bar pours cool tropical drinks, beer and wine daily. This location converts into a pizzeria on Thursday nights – a traditional favorite with guests and locals. Also featuring weekly entertainment, the Tipsy Seagull Pool Bar is a well known “hot spot” featuring dancing ‘til the wee hours. For information on private events, please contact Avis Miller at 244-365-8801 or

Pizza Night

Throwback Thursdays at Fusion Superplex

Thursday 22nd August 2019  6:00 PM

Start your weekend early on Thursdays with Fusion Superplex!
Join us on edge as we go back..back into time!
Every Thursday from 6PM - Until.

Throwback Thursdays at Fusion Superplex

“The Visual Life of Social Affliction” at The National Art Gallery of the Bahamas

Thursday 22nd August 2019  7:00 PM

As a region replete with all manner of social horrors, of painful histories, how do we find ways to address loss and suffering? “The Visual Life of Social Affliction” (VLOSA), a Small Axe Project, holds a difficult and beautiful exhibition of work that looks into the ways that Caribbean art and visual culture has and continues to engage with these histories and their very contemporary repercussions. From Native genocide to slavery, colonialism and Indian indentureship, VLOSA brings together artists and writers from across the Caribbean and diasporas to delve into powerful work that challenges notions of power itself. Participating artists include Bahamian artist Blue Curry as well as Marcel Pinas, Anna Jane McIntyre, Miguel Luciano, Florine Demosthene, Patricia Kaersenhout, Belkis Ramírez, René Peña, Ricardo Edwards, and Kara Springer.
The show opens on Thursday, August 22nd, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. at The National Art Gallery of the Bahamas with Dr David Scott himself, Jamaican Anthropologist and the founder of Small Axe. There will be refreshments, light bites, libations and DJ Ampero delivering the tunes we need on a summer night with some provoking work to stimulate your gray matter.
All NAGB exhibition openings are FREE and OPEN to the wider public.
See you there!

“The Visual Life of Social Affliction” at The National Art Gallery of the Bahamas