Wednesday, September 5, 2018

The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas - Great Art + New Exhibitions at the NAGB

September ushers in a new season of Bahamian visual brilliance. With the double opening of "Lavar Munroe: Son of the Soil" and "Potcake" exhibitions on Thursday, September 13th, fall is going to truly be a spirit lifter.

Son of sand and sea returns home

A decade of works come to the NAGB
With more than 50 works, the decade-long evolution of Lavar Munroe--a rising star in the contemporary arts world and native of The Bahamas--"Lavar Munroe: Son of The Soil" will be on display, beginning Thursday, September 13th, 2018 at 7 p.m.

Then join us again at 7 p.m., on Friday, September 14th, to explore the method behind the mad practice of this incredible talent. The Artist Talk and Walk, featuring Munroe, will be a fantastic discussion we are sure you won't want to miss!      

Graphic design by Ivanna Gaitor
"Son of the Soil" opens, next week!
New art. New exhibition. 
Graphic design by Ryan Lewis
A National Treasure is Celebrated!
What began as a delightful idea evolved into a fun yet dynamic open call and has now taken shape as the "Potcake Exhibition." On Thursday, September 13th, 2018, at 7 p.m., the NAGB will present the best submissions that the Project Space gallery can hold - hosting 20 students, novice artists and professional creatives in an eclectic display of our favourite Bahamian breed! 
Unleash your inner potcake!
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Portfolio Workshop for teens at the NAGB this September
The NAGB is offering another FREE portfolio workshop on Saturday, September 22nd, 2018 for aspiring young artists with big hopes and dreams who are applying for entry into college/university art programmes in 2018 or 2019. 
See flyer for more details, or call the NAGB at 328-5800 during weekdays or email our Education Officer Katrina Cartwright at kcartwright@nagb.org.bs.
Learn more about this workshop!→
Scenes from "Hard Mouth"

"Hard Mouth: From The Tongue of The Ocean" uses both the National Collection and local private collections to consider the power of language and its impact on the Bahamian visual art landscape.

This Permanent Exhibition looks into how our national vernacular has evolved over time and even reorients and repositions previously accepted ideas or norms. In a society where the oral tradition has defined much of the nation's cultural memory, it is no surprise that the tongue is both salve and sword.
Hear the voices!→
Membership Matters

The NAGB wants to give you more. More workshops. More family-friendly fun. More news. More value. All for you. Visit nagb.org.bs/membership/ for details or visit our Mixed Media Store. 
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The NAGB is open Tuesday to Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Sunday, between 12 noon and 5 p.m. Children 11 years and under can visit for free any time, and our "Local" Sundays are FREE to all Bahamians and residents, irrespective of age.
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