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Public Treasury Art Program PTAP is Nurturing Brotherhood.
April 20, 2012
Public Treasury Art Program (PTAP) is Nurturing Brotherhood.

Last fall the Public Treasury Department celebrated the launch of its new art initiative, the Public
Treasury Art Program (PTAP), which transformed the foyers of its building into gallery spaces to
showcase original art by both professional and emerging artists.

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April 17, 2012
Public Treasury Art Program (PTAP) is Nurturing Brotherhood.

Nassau, Bahamas - Last fall the Public Treasury Department celebrated the launch
of its new art initiative, the Public Treasury Art Program (PTAP), which
transformed the foyers of its building into gallery spaces that showcase
original art by both professional and emerging artists.

After its well received five-month inaugural exhibition 'Bahama
Mama', a display of visual and literary works from t...

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February 16, 2012
Grand Bahama and The 2012 Elections Part 1: An Island of Two Tales

When I first started this column, I
wrote about being a Bahamian. More specifically, I wrote about being
from Freeport--being born to parents who themselves were born in Grand
Bahama. I talked about attending Mary Star of the Sea School and Freeport
Anglican High School, when it was still called that. Even after leaving
for college, I returned to spend my breaks boozing in Bahama Mama's
and ...

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February 17, 2012
Grand Bahama and The 2012 Elections Part 1: An Island of Two Tales

When I first started this column, I
wrote about being a Bahamian. More specifically, I wrote about being
from Freeport--being born to parents who themselves were born in Grand
Bahama. I talked about attending Mary Star of the Sea School and Freeport
Anglican High School, when it was still called that. Even after leaving
for college, I returned to spend my breaks boozing in Bahama Mama's
and ...

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January 11, 2012
Port Lucaya Merchants Sing the Praises of MSC Poesia's Visit

FREEPORT, Grand Bahama -- Merchants in the Port Lucaya Marketplace (PLM) are still smiling after Saturday's visit of the MSC Poesia.

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January 10, 2012
MSC Poesia's Visit Makes Economic Impact to Port Lucaya Marketplace

Freeport, Bahamas - Merchants in the Port Lucaya Marketplace (PLM) are still smiling after Saturday's visit of the MSC Poesia.

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December 12, 2011
Enjoy a Family Friendly Caribbean Holiday at the Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort Casino

Nassau, Bahamas - Dreaming of a white Christmas this year?  Swap your earmuffs for sunscreen, your hot chocolate for a Bahama Mama, and head to the white sands of the Sheraton Nassau Beach Resort & Casino. 

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October 21, 2011
Arts Calendar

EXHIBITIONS

"Fallen Transitions",work by the 2011 summer Junior Residents at POPOP Studios CVA June Collie and Richardo Barrett, continues this week at POPOP's gallery.Consisting of both video and painting installations, the work holds a meaningful exchange about film and individuality. Call 322-7843 or visit www.popopstudios.com for visiting information.

The Embassy of the Republic of Cuba open...

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September 26, 2011
'Elation'

By JEFFARAH GIBSON

Tribune Features Writer

A WOMAN running through the wind with arms lifted triumphantly towards the sky is the subject of Ashley Powell's award-winning painting entitled "Elation."

The painting was named the best piece at the official opening of the Public Treasury Bahama Mama Art Exhibition. The exhibition featured 25 visual and literary artists who were all Bahamian women un...

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September 26, 2011
Treasury Art Exhibition Officially Opens

Former Governor General Dame Ivy Dumont, cuts the ribbon September 23 to officially open the Public Treasury Art Exhibition, Bahama Mama. The exhibition opens to the public on September 26 and features aspiring young Bahamian women artists.

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