This week at the NAGB

R. Brent Malone: Reincarnation

This retrospective exhibition, covering 50 years of the late artist’s career, opened last Saturday. Curated by Dr. Erica Moiah James, it features well over 200 works documenting Malone’s professional journey as an artist and institution builder.

All members of the public are invited to view the exhibition during the NAGB’s operating hours. The gallery is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday to Saturday, and noon to 4 p.m. on Sundays. Normal admission is $5 for students 12 and over, $7 for local adults and $10 for visitors. All local adults and children receive free admission on Sundays.

To book a tour or visit for your school, contact the gallery at 328-5800.

COB talks continue

In collaboration with Dr. Ian Bethell-Bennett’s COB class on race, class and gender, the NAGB is hosting talks given by noted activists thoughout the month of November.

All members of the public are welcomed to attend free of charge.

The next talk will be led by Janet Bostwick presenting her ideas on the Women’s Suffrage Movement. The discussion will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. on November 5.

Tru-Tru Bahamian Festival

The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB) is pleased to announce its presence at next weekend’s Tru-Tru Bahamian Festival, hosted by John Watling’s Distillery. From 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., on November 7, the NAGB will host a membership drive and pop-up shop at the festival’s ‘creative nook’.

The festival is intended to be a celebration of Bahamian culture and heritage and will feature games, music and dance, handicrafts, food and drink. The Royal Bahamas Police Force Band, Gerald Cash Primary School Rake ‘n’ Scrape Band, College of The Bahamas Jams Session Band, Ira Storr and the Spank Band and the C.R. Walker Senior High School Junkanoo Parade will all be featured.