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West and West Hill Streets
Nassau, N.P.
The Bahamas

(242) 328-5800

Bahamian art: Presenting. Uniting. Educating.


For Teachers


NAGB school based programming is fun, engaging and available to learners, K-12 and even onto the university level. Programmes include museum tours, in-class and special NAGB workshops, school presentations, teacher seminars and more! Our incredible team includes Community Outreach Officer, Abby Smith ( and our Education Officer, Katrina Cartwright  ( For general inquiries, contact us at 328-5800.


For tour inquiries and/or bookings, email Katrina Cartwright at or call 328-5800/1. We recommend booking your tour at least one week in advance.”

Tours are offered Tuesday to Friday, unless otherwise arranged. Tour groups can accommodate up to 25 persons. It is recommended that groups of young children are capped at 15. The last tour of the day will be taken at 3 p.m.

Teachers are advised that some exhibitions contain mature content. Please clarify student ages and maturity levels when booking tours. 

COST: $35.00 per tour group (plus the cost of individual admission:  $5 per student and $7 per accompanying adult)


"Art with Ms. Abby" are fun and dynamic classroom based workshops designed to provide multi-media lessons that correspond to subjects you are covering in your classroom. Broader topics, including Bahamian culture, art history and even science, are introduced using interactive discussions and activities that allow students in your class to take a piece of their NAGB outreach experience home with them. Your learners can have a great time discovering ART with Ms. Abby! The "Art with Ms. Abby” experience is available every Wednesday of the week (with the exception of holidays).  Book your art adventure, below.


Teacher seminars are an opportunity for educators in Nassau and beyond to experience the very best in innovative arts education. In these courses, that are completely free to teachers, arts professionals will explore with you how art can not only be taught as a subject but also how it can be used as a tool or resource when unpacking other subjects, like history and culture, language arts, science and even math! Our first seminar will be held in March, 2018. Please email to learn more and to register. 

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MAKINGS OF A MASTER - with Antonius Roberts.

This is a in-class opportunity of a life time for art teachers with high-schoolers interested in the arts with the development of their portfolios. Schools across New Providence will have the opportunity to engage with one of the country’s best. 

Every Wednesday(with the exception of holidays) between 10 am and 2 pm, Mr. Roberts will visit with your art class to: 1) critique current student work; 2) conduct mini courses in drawing from observation; and 3) Facilitate Q&A sessions with students and teachers regarding the process of creating art and becoming an artist or arts professional.

Appointments must be made in advance. The entire experience is FREE to all schools with students in 10-13th grades. To register or for more information, email

I think it’s time for Bahamians to really understand the depth and complexity of their own history. Bahamian culture and identity may not be something that can be articulated in precise ways because it is a prismatic identity. It’s not singular, and we need to understand the complexity of that.
— Dr. Erica M. James, Art Historian and Curator