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When Brooke Phillips Pyfrom flew back to The Bahamas after college, there was only one certainty in her future...
Haus of Assembly (HOA) takes a modern approach to Bahamian heritage by infusing the color and intricate beauty of The Bahamas islands into art-like footwear. With its classic, espadrille style, Haus of Assembly seeks to create a lifestyle brand focused on accessories and footwear inspired by all aspects of Bahamian culture.
Haus of Assembly, HOA takes a modern approach to Bahamian heritage by infusing the color and intricate beauty of The Bahamas Islands into art-like footwear. With its classic espadrille style, Haus of Assembly seeks to create a lifestyle brand focused on accessories and footwear inspired by all aspects of Bahamian culture.
Doongalik Studios has been contracted by the Nassau Airport Development Company (NAD) to curate the twelve display showcases located in the US Departure Lounge and along the arrivals corridors at Nassau's Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA) with the amazing works of Bahamian artists and artisans.
Glinton Sweeting O?Brien (GSO) was pleased to sponsor the participation of a group of students and teachers from local public schools in Transforming Spaces? recent 12th Annual Art Tour.
Fash|Art 2012 visual art award winner Attila Feszt opened "Life on my island", original patterns and paintings inspired by life in the islands, to warm reviews in an intimate showing Thursday evening at Doongalik Studios Art Gallery on Village Road.
Though he has been an avid illustrator all his life, Feszt just recently - within the last six years - got back into his art work, which includes vari...
Vivid colours, enchanting prints and hand-printed fabrics are combined to create a unique 100% Bahamian-made line of clothing and accessories. Completely inspired by The Bahamas, its history, and its indigenous flora and fauna, Bahama Hand Prints' exclusive designs are loved by Bahamians and visitors alike.
Two local organisations joined forces last Saturday to raise awareness about diabetes and work with children affected by the disease.
Awareness, Compassion and Education (ACE) Diabetes and the Diabetic Research Institute (DRI), brought artists and children together at Popopstudios to assist in painting a mural that will be installed Downtown for World Diabetes Day on November 14.