Team members of Atlantis who have a love of and talent for the arts have been given a stage to showcase their work, thanks to top officials at the property.
The current economic model of The Bahamas has been described as “unsustainable” by Dr Daniel Johnson, Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture.
The National Association of The Bahamas, Florida, recently hosted a successful Art Wine and Cheese Reception at the Ancient Spanish Monastery, 16711 W. Dixie Highway, North Miami Beach.
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 Alliance Française des Bahamas held a series of events and activities for the week of the Francophonie. It invited the different countries in the French speaking world present in The Bahamas to participate in the events in order to have a wider range of activities for the Bahamian public.
The Transforming Spaces Art Tour 2014 starts today with a number of activities to celebrate the event’s 10th anniversary.
Kishan Munroe, local Bahamian artist gave the officials an extensive hour-long tour of the exhibit that recounted the tragic incident that occurred on May 10, 1980.
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.
Today, we have become victims of a patronage system which destroys our ability to grow and excel. The social and economic conditions are indeed explosive and our leaders seem to be unable to meet the challenge.