The strength and diversity of female fine artists in the Bahamas will be celebrated during the “Instinct” art show expected to open in two weeks time.
In an effort to put their best foot forward in an artistic sense, a group of Bahamian artists displayed creative works in a new exhibition which opened at Popopstudios last Friday.
Bahamian Master documentary/fine art/photographic artist Guillaume (Margaret) is finalizing plans for an exhibition of her photographs entitled “Dancing in the Light: A Symphony of Nature Revealed in My Yard” that were created 2008-2014.
With 95% of The Bahamas territory underwater and most residents living within two miles of the coast, The Bahamas is listed as one of the ten most vulnerable countries in the world to the impacts of climate change and sea level rise.
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.
”Splash…The Bahamas in Flowers,” a standard flower show and plant sale, is set for 2:30 p.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday, March 22 at the Nassau Yacht Club. Admission is free.
Bahamian artist John Cox, who was recently named creative artistic director for Baha Mar, is an exhibitor, representing Popopstudios ,at one of New York’s most anticipated annual art fairs.
It is time for the ‘powers that be’ to give Art, Culture and Heritage the respect it deserves, and for the record, this does NOT include imposing Mardi Gras and Carnival concepts on our home ground to dilute the power of junkanoo.
Junkanoo enthusiasts are invited to join Bahamian costume designers as they showcase their work in an exhibition at the Central Bank of the Bahamas Art Gallery.