It’s unfortunate that films like Crossbones and Black Sails are not being shot in the Bahamas, because Nassau was actually the geographical centre of the golden age of piracy.
The Bahamas: Entertainment
This year’s Transforming Spaces Art Tour has come and gone, but for the next few weeks enthusiasts can marvel at the “high-water mark” left by the multidisciplinary super group of local and international artists who came together for the event’s 10th installment under the theme of “Water”.
The Cat Island Sailing Club Association will be having a steak-out on Montagu Beach. The event will take place on Saturday, April 26th from 12 Noon to 6 P.M.
The Transforming Spaces Art Tour 2014 starts today with a number of activities to celebrate the event’s 10th anniversary.
The Lignum Vitae Centre of Hope will host its fundraiser, ‘Rocking Buena Vista’ April 5th, 8 o’clock at John Watlings Distillery, Delancy Street.
The Central Bank of the Bahamas presents a group exhibition by Plastic(o) Fantastic(o), an international artist collective based in Nassau, Bahamas consisting of Maria K Braga, Rafael D’Alo, Ruben Millares, Alex Timchula, and Antonia Wright.
H.E. Eldred Bethel, High Commissioner, hosted a private Screening of ‘Passage’ a short film by Bahamian writer/director Kareem Mortimer at Bahamas House in London on Wednesday March 12, 2014.
Tickets are now available for Nassau’s most exciting event in contemporary visual art, the Transforming Spaces art tour. Taking place April 3 – 6, it will include artwork by almost 100 artists in seven gallery spaces, all responding to the theme of “Water”.
The Bahamas Humane Society will be at the Bahamas Kennel Club Dog Show on Saturday, March 15th and Sunday, March 16th from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. both days.