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.
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.
Submissions should include:
- A biography and artist statement maximum 200 words in word document or PDF format.
- Up to 5 works will be reviewed.
- The signed and completed application form.
- Works from Bahamian artists will be reviewed.
- Design ready work will be given preference.
Submissions should be sent via email to president@
with the subject: CSA Book and Banner Competition_
Submissions that are over 20MBs must be sent via Dropbox or another file sharing service, like www.wetransfer.com
No works will be reviewed after
December 15th , 2016.