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 curatorial team.

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

Artist Talks

Artists exhibiting at NAGB give formal presentations of their practice

Open Studios

Informal “meet the artist” conversations for smaller shows

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

Exhibition Openings & Receptions

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

Public Lecture Series

Visiting professionals or scholars giving lectures on their research topics

Project Space

The Project Space is a flexible space for small shows by emerging artists

Double Dutch

An exhibition series where a regional artists collaborate local artists to address issues in the diaspora

Exhibition Installations

Image bank of the team installing shows