Adiel Adra will display her creation “Marajuku” at the Los Angeles Mart. She says the piece preserves the essence of any given era through Vintage clothing; creating a mood, a life style and experiences.
The Bahamian American Cultural Society is hosting its first exhibition of Bahamian art in New York City, featuring unique expressions of several Bahamian artists in original works of various mediums.
Governor General Sir Arthur Foulkes sat down this week with a small group of people involved in a very ambitious project — to create, exhibit and make available to the wider world the faces that make up the soul and spirit of the Bahamian people.
A photo exhibition detailing the life, struggles and career of former Speaker of the House of Assembly and Governor-General of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, Sir Clifford Darling, is expected to highlight activities planned to celebrate November as Sir Clifford Darling’s Month by the Englerston community.
Capturing the Bahamian spirit is one of the many goals behind The Bahamian Project – a captivating new arts initiative seeking to preserve the character and legacy of the country’s most precious resource – its people.
Caribbean curators, writers and artists recently came together at the Aruba Linked/Caribbean Linked arts symposium to discuss moving art forward in the region.
Bahamas Speed Week Revival held a drawing for complimentary tickets at the 22nd Annual Wine and Art Festival on Saturday, November 3 at The National Trust.
The Antiquities, Monuments and Museums Corporation plans to launch its first “Bahamas Christmas Arts Festival” that will boast the largest cross section of Bahamian artists and artisans.
New art classes are now open for registration at Popopstudios International Center for the Visual Arts. The second half of semester three runs from October 22 to December 1.