This month, some of the most celebrated Bahamian artists will gather at Abaco Beach Resort and Boat Harbour Marina to share the beauty of their work while protecting the beauty of the Bahamas.
Award winning filmmaker Kareem Mortimer has been travelling the festival circuit with his short film “Passage” and is also in the process of developing a feature film, Cargo.
Ten fine-art photographic portraits from The Bahamian Collection are currently on display at The Haynes Library in Eleuthera.
Amanda Coulson, NAGB’s director, said the gallery will continue hosting intriguing art shows and workshops; engaging in community and regional projects and partnerships; and encouraging national dialogue.
McDonald’s serves up Big Macs, McFries and Fine Art and Customers are Lovin’ it.
The Grand Bahama Port Authority gave cash prizes to two Nassau filmmakers for their winning entries in a Grand Bahama Island film competition.
Award-winning short film Passage, by Kareem Mortimer, became the first Bahamian film to ever screen in Cuba at the International Festival of New Latin American Cinema.
Tickets for the 2013-2014 Junkanoo Parades are available online, or at the Kendal G.L Isaacs Gymnasium.
On Thursday, November 21, the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas will open “Swan Song of the Flamingo”, a multi- disciplinary solo exhibition by Kishan Munroe.