NAGB Public Programs

The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas is dedicated to its mission to educate, uplift and inspire audiences and creative communities through providing engaging adult learning and public programmes. Programmes currently include artist talks, informal scholarly panel discussions, lectures, symposia and much more. Our targeted adult learning programs are spearheaded by the NAGB’s incredible Curatorial team which includes; Chief Curator, Dr Daniela Fifi ([email protected]), Exhibitions and Collections Care Associate, Richardo Barnett ([email protected]) and Assistant Curator, Natalie Willis ([email protected]). For general inquiries about our adult learning and public programmes please contact us at 328-5800.

We gratefully acknowledge the individuals, foundations, corporations, and public agencies who make our Adult and Public Education programs possible.

NAGB Artist Talks

Artists exhibiting at NAGB in shows, give formal presentations of their practise

NAGB Open Studios

Join us for informal “meet the artist” conversations in the context of a small solo show

NAGB Women’s Wednesdays

In partnership with the organisation, Equality Bahamas, the NAGB hosts a curated series of monthly talks addressing issues that affect women in particular (topics covered: unpaid labour, financial literacy, sexual health and sex work)

NAGB Exhibition Openings & Receptions

Images of our audiences enjoying the opening night receptions and videos of the evening speeches

NAGB Public Lecture Series

Visiting professionals or scholars giving lectures on their research topics

NAGB Project Space

The Project Space or PS Room is a flexible space utilised for small shows for emerging artists

NAGB Double Dutch

An exhibition series in which a regional artist is invited to work on a show with a local artist to address issues shared by all Caribbean nations

NAGB Exhibition Installations

Image bank of the NAGB team installing shows