Art

Alistair Stevenson's "Material Beauty" Art Exhibition

July 26, 2019

Alistair D. Stevenson’s Artist Statement for "Material Beauty" states that: “From a traditional perspective, porcelain as we know it simply exists within the china closets of our family homes displaying decorative ceramic objects which have existed in our families for generations...

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SIDEBURNS

July 26, 2019

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SIDEBURNS

July 25, 2019

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Ministry of Tourism's Junkanoo Summer Festival - Highlights

July 22, 2019

Highlights of the Ministry of Tourism's Junkanoo Summer Festival, on Saturday, July 20, at Arawak Cay...

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sideburns

July 22, 2019

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From the Collection
From the Collection

July 20, 2019

Metal is a tricky medium. It's industrial, ceremonial, it can be strong enough to build bridges or soft enough that your very teeth could dent it. For Tyrone Ferguson, he doesn't seem to find these traits something to work against, rather he works with his [...]

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Just Dance Bahamas shows up and shows out
Just Dance Bahamas shows up and shows out

July 19, 2019

Just Dance Bahamas' (JDB) Junior and Senior Dance Companies dominated across the board in their performances at the recent Starquest World Dance Championships. No dancer left the competition without hardware. At the six-day competition held at the Hilton Orlando Buena Vista Palace, Charlotte Nevins, 18, [...]

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SIDEBURNS

July 19, 2019

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Bud Light Dive-Bar tour Winners get Boosie VIP Concert Experience

July 18, 2019

Bud Light brand launched their first summer Campaign "Bud Light Dive Bar Tour" featuring talented local and international artists, which sought to position one of the world’s largest beer brands as a centerpiece for bonding time among good buddies felling the music enjoying a Bud Light...

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St. Barnabas liturgical dancers to perform at UBE conference
St. Barnabas liturgical dancers to perform at UBE conference

July 18, 2019

St. Barnabas Anglican Church's liturgical dancers will be performing at the Union of Black Episcopalians' (UBE) 51st Annual Business Meeting and Conference opening service next week. They were invited to perform at the conference after their dance routine during the 50th anniversary, which was hosted [...]

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The most anticipated event of the season
The most anticipated event of the season

July 12, 2019

It’s summer – and one of the season’s most anticipated festivals kicks off for a month of frivolity, Bahamian style...

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Honours to creators of flag and anthem
Honours to creators of flag and anthem

July 11, 2019

TIMOTHY Gibson, the late composer of The Bahamas' national anthem, and Reverend Dr Hervis Bain, the man who designed the nation's flag...

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Abaco student stands out

July 08, 2019

An Abaco student’s artwork depicting the damage that can happen if the ocean isn’t protected has been internationally recognized by the marine zoological facility Delphinus, located just outside of Cancun, Mexico.

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Size matters

July 06, 2019

Some may say the true test of an individual is getting them to step outside comfort zones, to be able to see life and its beautiful nuances from a perspective not of their own. However, if that individual happens to label themselves as an “artist”, the expectation and pressure to conceptualize and create works unfamiliar to them increases. The Current: Baha Mar Gallery & Art Center sought to do just that in setting the bar a little higher, a little bigger…or perhaps one can say smaller, than ever before.

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SELF: PORTRAIT by WE Artists’ Collective

July 05, 2019

Doongalik Studios will open a new group show from 6-9pm on Thursday, July 18 entitled “Self: Portrait” featuring the work of four members of the newly formed WE Artists’ Collective of Xan Xi, Amaani Hepburn, Edward Zemaye, and Thomas Hairston who “are a Caribbean...

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Antonius Roberts debuts new interactive sculptural installation at Atlantis
Antonius Roberts debuts new interactive sculptural installation at Atlantis

July 05, 2019

Atlantis has debuted its latest art installation – an interactive heart sculpture and swing – in collaboration with renowned Bahamian artist and resort Art Consultant Antonius Roberts...

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Abaco Student Wins International Recognition for Art Encouraging People to Protect The Marine Environment

July 04, 2019

An Abaco student’s artwork depicting the damage that can happen if we don’t all protect the ocean has been internationally recognized by the marine zoological facility Delphinus, located just outside of Cancun, Mexico...

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Flipping the script

July 01, 2019

You would expect nothing less than a perfect grade in art from a person who had the vision to transform old, worn, beaten and weathered flip-flops into beautiful art. And three years after finding her first flip-flop on the beach and thinking how she could [...]

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Demure facade, colourful history
Demure facade, colourful history

June 29, 2019

The Villa Doyle, the grand and stately home of old that the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB) currently resides in, is a surprisingly tough space to work in. It is undeniably beautiful, but the beauty of its architecture is also marred with the [...]

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'BEY' - a collaborative exhibition by Jalan Harris and Justin Moultrie
'BEY' - a collaborative exhibition by Jalan Harris and Justin Moultrie

June 29, 2019

"As a Pan-Africanist, I paint what is most relatable to me. Representation is important and I have been studying the Moors for years now. It brought a sense of pride to learn about the accomplishments of ancient Africans. 'BEY' is a Moorish title or family [...]

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