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Arts & Culture : National Art Gallery (NAGB)
NAGB Fall/Winter Series - The Maestro: King of the Cowboy Artists - Oct 26, 2016 - 3:29:11 PM

The new Fall/Winter Film Series at the NAGB continues this Thursday night, October 27th, with the film, 'The Maestro: King of the Cowboy Artists'.

American director Les Blank during his lifetime made forty documentaries, and none more lovingly captured the spirit of what it is to be an artist than his 1994 film 'The Maestro: King of the Cowboy Artists'...

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Minister Mitchell Opens 21st Annual International Cultural Wine & Food Festival - Oct 26, 2016 - 9:38:19 AM

NASSAU, The Bahamas -- Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration the Hon. Fred Mitchell officially opened the popular 21st Annual International Cultural Wine and Food Festival that took place at the Botanical Gardens over the weekend, attracting large crowds.  Part-proceeds of the festival will aid those affected by Hurricane Matthew.

Pictured at the China booths with the Ambassador of the People's Republic of China to The Bahamas H.E. Huang Qinguo and his wife, Madam Zheng Chuncao, are Minister Fred Mitchell and United States Embassy Charge d'Affaires Lisa Johnson...
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Fort Fincastle, Water Tower and Queen's Staircase to Become Heritage Park - Oct 25, 2016 - 11:37:22 PM

Nassau, Bahamas - Fort Fincastle, the Water Tower, the Queen’s Staircase and the environs are set for major upgrades over the next several months, after recent Cabinet approvals to revitalize the country’s most visited historic attraction. Plans include restoration of the Water Tower, cleanup of the surrounding areas, acquisition and lease of neighboring properties, a commercialized restaurant, proposals to terrace the area, as well as improved parking and exhibition opportunities. On completion, the area will be known as the Fort Fincastle Heritage Park.

It is estimated that one million visitors explore the site annually, with 150,000 plus persons taking part in paid tours organized by the Antiquities, Monuments & Museums Corporation (AMMC) personnel...
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Free performances "Gun Boys Rhapsody" at Dundas Black Box - Oct 25, 2016 - 10:34:31 AM

A dynamic blend of pathos, humor and satire, Gun Boys Rhapsody is a work of theatre that centers around the murder of a high school teenager named TK and the domino effect this one act of violence has on the lives of several other individuals connected to him.  The piece explores the roots of delinquency, gang culture and violent crime in Bahamian society.  

Writer/director Ian Strachan created Gun Boys to explore the price of violence in Caribbean societies. The impact is huge but the public conversation about crime focuses narrowly on policing and on punishment.  Gun Boys Rhapsody looks at the impact violence has on the lives of victims and on the breeding ground of violent crime: inequality, neglect, and abuse...
Arts & Culture : Books
Bahamian author and diplomat presents new book to Minister of Foreign Affairs and Ambassador Joudi - Oct 21, 2016 - 4:32:31 AM

Nassau, Bahamas – “Leadership and Accountability in Government,” a newly written book by Dr Richard C. Demeriette was recently presented to senior officials at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Honourable Minister, Fred Mitchell, and Ambassador to the UAE and the State of Qatar, H.E. Tony Joudi, both received their copies from the author who has served 40 years in the public sector.

“The timing of this book is perfect for the discussions that are currently taking place in our country,” said Demeriette who is very connected to the subject and added, “Leadership Accountability In Government comes not only from my diverse career experience but also my heart...”
Arts & Culture : Books
Free E-Book, "Surviving a Hurricane" available on TheBahamasWeekly.com - Oct 5, 2016 - 10:11:16 AM

The Bahamas Weekly is pleased to present a  free e-book download of "Surviving a Hurricane" written by Robert Tarzwell, a former resident of Grand Bahama.

Robert Tarzwell, a former member of the Grand Bahamas Red Cross, was an assistant manager and coordinator of the Red Cross medical FAST teams, which respond to medical emergencies and is a trained Red Cross  hurricane shelter  manager. A former member of the Bahamas Air Sea Rescue Association (BASRA), Robert was regularly seen out on the rescue boat assisting people in trouble. Robert has extensive boating and automotive knowledge, as his hobbies are fishing and car racing. Robert is also very knowledgeable in all construction techniques, having built many residential homes as well as commercial buildings...
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Uniformed Services Senior Manager writes book for the body, mind and soul - Oct 3, 2016 - 11:46:42 AM

Paradise Island, Bahamas - Bodybuilder turned Atlantean and now published author of a book, Leonardo “Nardo” Dean is advocating balance and a healthier lifestyle through his book, titled “The Trilogy of Fitness,” which focuses on specific topics and takes a wholistic look at wellness, targeting the physical, mental and spiritual.

“Each chapter focuses on ways you can elevate your tri-being to a higher state of wellness by using physical tools, mental disciplines and spiritual principles,” explains Nardo, a senior manager with responsibility for the Uniformed Services Department at The Cove and The Reef...
Caribbean Studies Association + NAGB launch Book Cover Design Competition - Sep 30, 2016 - 1:00:54 PM

Caribbean Studies Association (CSA) and the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas (NAGB)
are pleased to announce an exclusive partnership to coincide with CSA’s 42nd annual conference whose theme has been identified as — Knowledge and Culture Economies: The Future of Caribbean Development? — convening at the Melía Nassau Beach Hotel, June 5-9, 2017.

The NAGB and CSA will launch a competition to produce an original, Bahamian themed conference program booklet and banner competition within the Bahamian art and creative community. The NAGB will host the official competition launch and press conference on Friday September 30, 4p.m - 5:30 p.m. CSA's Local Organizing Committee and members of the local media will be present...
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Culture, Caribbean Pride and Pageantry at the 2016 Miami Broward Carnival - Sep 28, 2016 - 12:10:44 PM

Miami Broward Carnival (MBC) lends a cultural authenticity to Miami’s Caribbean vibe that is undeniable. This staple event has become another feather in Miami’s rich cultural diversity cap. Produced by the Miami Broward One Carnival Host Committee (MBOHC), this annual landmark event in South Florida is not just multicultural, but international as well. Recognized once again by the Miami New Times as one of the Top 100 Events in South Florida, MBC is highly anticipated by South Florida locals and the tens of thousands of visitors who breathe and live the Carnival culture; who travel annually every Columbus Day weekend to Miami to celebrate. MBOCHC is proud to partner with Barbados Tourism Marketing, Inc., to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Barbados Independence. Carnival celebrations culminate on Sunday, October 9, 2016 at the Miami-Dade County Fairgrounds (10901 SW 24 St, Miami, FL 33165). MBC will start at 11a.m.and end at 11p.m.
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Shakespeare in Paradise supported by REV for eighth consecutive year - Sep 26, 2016 - 12:11:12 PM

Nassau, Bahamas - REV announced that it will serve as a primary sponsor for the 2016 Shakespeare in Paradise Theatre Festival, continuing its tradition of supporting the event since its inception.
The theatre festival runs from Monday September 26 to Saturday, October 8 with two productions hitting the main stage and three taking the Black Box stage at The Dundas Centre for the Performing Arts.
Now in its eighth year, Shakespeare in Paradise has become a calendar event for fans of live theatre who enjoy William Shakespeare's works and the best in Caribbean, African, American and world theatre...
News : Bahamas Information Services Updates
New Straw Market Day Care Centre and Homework Study for Children of Vendors - Sep 26, 2016 - 5:59:57 AM

NASSAU, The Bahamas – Governor General Her Excellency Dame Marguerite Pindling, centre, cuts the ribbon to officially open the Day Care Centre and Homework Study facility of the Straw Market, Downtown, during Thursday’s Straw Vendors and Wood Carvers Appreciation and Recognition Ceremony. 

Officials, including Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Works and Urban Development the Hon. Philip Davis (right) and Chairman of the Straw Market Authority Kevin Simmons, look on...
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New Straw Markets in Cat Island, Harbour Island; NIB Sub-Office for Nassau’s Downtown Straw Market - Sep 23, 2016 - 2:37:58 PM

NASSAU, The Bahamas – The Bahamas Government is poised to launch new markets to facilitate the wares of straw vendors, straw practitioners and wood carvers, in Cat Island and Harbour Island.

Kevin Simmons, Chairman of the Straw Market Authority, made the announcement during the annual Appreciation and Recognition Ceremony for straw vendors, straw practitioners and wood carvers, Thursday, September 22, 2016 at the Downtown Straw Market...
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Bahamian Straw Vendors, Wood Carvers Recognized - Sep 23, 2016 - 3:27:09 AM

NASSAU, The Bahamas – Fifty-nine straw vendors, straw practitioners and wood carvers representing seven markets throughout The Bahamas were recognized for their contribution to the industry and the development of the country during the Straw Market Authority’s 4th Appreciation and Recognition Day, September 22, 2016.

The special ceremony held at Woodes Rogers Wharf, just outside of the downtown Straw Market, was a part of Straw Market Appreciation and Recognition Week, which officially began on Sunday with a service at Christ Church Cathedral...
Arts & Culture : National Art Gallery (NAGB)
'the observer + the observed' opens at the NAGB - Sep 22, 2016 - 9:13:02 AM

Double Dutch brings together artists from the region and diaspora to produce provocative bodies of work through collaboration and exchange. The project works against ideas of nationalism and the insularity of our creative environs by creating an experimental hub to explore regional and diasporic culture, our creative acumen and sensibilities.

'the observer and the observed' features work by Jamaican artist Deborah Anzinger and Bahamian artist Heino Schmid, each of them exploring ideas around representation, the body and how the gaze in effect changes ideas of relation, security, eroticism and social awareness...
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Outside The Lines returns to downtown Nassau, Sept. 24th - Sep 21, 2016 - 9:45:56 AM

Nassau, Bahamas - On Saturday, September 24th, 2016, The Outside the Lines Project (OTL) is excited to return to downtown Nassau under the theme FLY. Nine Bahamian artists have been invited to add their own creative expression to delicate Japanese style bamboo kites which will be available for viewing and purchase at Hillside House Art Gallery on Cumberland St.

The inaugural event, Freestyle: Outside The Lines, held last year in Pompey Square, was an awesome collaboration of artists and musicians to raise funds in support of local charities including the Art Supply Drive Initiative along with the phenomenal young rake ‘n’ scrape musicians of the Rhythm ‘N’ Youth Ensemble...

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The Colour of Shadows: Images of Caribbean Slavery - Sep 19, 2016 - 4:43:37 PM

This imaginative book throws new light on the closing years of Caribbean slavery and the lives of enslaved people of African descent before emancipation in Trinidad in 1834. The book centres on the drawings of plantation life by Richard Bridgens, an English-born artist who became a planter and slaveholder in Trinidad, and examines these in the context of contemporary documents. The result is a detailed written and visual account of the everyday life of enslaved people, and the conditions under which they lived and worked.

Judy Raymond, in a deeply researched and elegantly written book, has shed light on Bridgens' career, and has closely analyzed his remarkable drawings...

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UNESCO’S Creative Cities’ Network to meet in Östersund, Sweden - Sep 10, 2016 - 5:44:55 PM

The tenth Annual meeting of UNESCO’s Creative Cities’ Network (UCCN) will take place from 14 to 16 September in the Swedish city of Östersund, which is a member of UCCN in the field of gastronomy. The event will bring together more than 250 representatives of the Network’s 116 Creative Cities, including 20 mayors.

AnnSofie Andersson, Mayor of Östersund, will open the meeting with Alice Bah Kuhnke, Sweden’s Minister for Culture and Democracy, and Jyoti Hosagrahar, Director of UNESCO’s Division for Creativity...
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Local Art Exhibition to Showcase The Positive and Negative Influences in Bahamian Society - Sep 2, 2016 - 4:53:47 PM

Nassau, Bahamas -- The newest art exhibition of Matthew Wildgoose will create strong conversations when his latest work in “Da Good, Bad & Ogly,” opens at The Central Bank Of The Bahamas on September 15, 2016. The exhibition showcases the beauty of The Bahamas as well as different facets of the dark enigmas of society.

Wildgoose has become famous for his portraitures depicting well-known iconic Bahamian personalities such as Ronnie Butler and Sir Harry Oakes. This time, Wildgoose dives into somewhat unchartered waters as he paints a variety of Bahamians. The exhibition includes: icons; persons who had strong convictions regarding their circumstances..
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Call for Submissions: Small Island Anthology by Commonwealth Writers - Sep 1, 2016 - 10:12:56 PM

Submission Deadline: October 5, 2016

Commonwealth Writers invites writers from islands in the Commonwealth to submit stories for a new anthology. The anthology will include poetry, short stories, and nonfiction – which can include creative non-fiction, memoir, and photo or narrative essays – from an island perspective. The anthology will be edited by Nicholas Laughlin, Editor, Caribbean Review of Books.

Eligible countries are: Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, The Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Cyprus, Dominica, Fiji...
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Internship at Florida Museum of Natural History Opens New Doors for AMMC Researcher Nameiko Miller - Aug 30, 2016 - 4:42:59 AM

Nassau, Bahamas - For three weeks, Nameiko Miller, Research Department Supervisor at Antiquities, Museums and Monuments Corporation (AMMC) put her skills to work as an intern at the Florida Museum of Natural History in Gainesville, Fl.

The comprehensive and interactive training took place on the campus of the University of Florida where the local researcher focused on museum structures, curating collections and managing research budgets. “The objective of this internship program was for me to gain practical museum training that would help to solidify my career goals,” said Miller...
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