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Bahamian art: Presenting. Uniting. Educating.

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The NAGB's Film Series Returns

Katrina Cartwright

NAGB is proud to partner with Bahamian filmmaker Travolta Cooper and “The Cinemas” for the upcoming season for the NAGB Film Series. Cooper is a filmmaker with documentaries, a digital series, and an upcoming feature narrative film all at work; he is also the producer of the show “The Cinemas,” which is dedicated to the rise of Caribbean Cinema and under which banner he will be curating film with the NAGB.

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Become a Volunteer Docent!

Katrina Cartwright

The NAGB is looking for volunteers to join our docent programme! Docents are incredibly important as they support museum staff by providing tours to visitors, guiding them through our dynamic exhibitions and promoting a greater appreciation of the gallery’s collection of Bahamian art.

Interested in meeting and working with other enthusiastic art lovers? Contact Katrina Cartwright at kcartwright@nagb.org.bs or call 328-5800.

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NAGB hosts Portfolio Workshop for Teens

Katrina Cartwright

On Saturday, January 20th, 2018, thirteen students from public, private and home schools attended the NAGB’s free portfolio workshop. Formulated for students in senior high school or in their freshman year at The University of The Bahamas, who are looking to transition into a tertiary art programme at an international school in 2018/2019, this workshop is one of two that will be held by the NAGB in 2018. It is hoped that this experience will give students the tools to successfully apply to an art programme of their choice.

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Experience your school tour in a whole new way

Katrina Cartwright

The NAGB has revamped its school tours to give students and teachers a truly comprehensive experience that goes beyond their visit to the Gallery. Our school tours are designed to stimulate curiosity, reinforce and augment curriculum-based learning, engage students in critical dialogue about the works they see, and bridge subjects so that students can experience artwork in its entirety – as a visual expression of historical, mythical, political, social, spiritual and personal narratives.

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