Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Event: NAGB's “Women's Wednesdays: The Citizenship Panel” on Wednesday, June 14, 2017 @ 6:00pm-8:00pm at NAGB — The Bahamas, WI

“Women's Wednesdays: The Citizenship Panel” June 14, 2017 @ The NAGB
Event: NAGB's “Women's Wednesdays: The Citizenship Panel” on Wednesday, June 14, 2017 @ 6:00pm-8:00pm at NAGB — The Bahamas, West Indies; Event Details: Place: National Art Gallery Of The Bahamas; Location: West St. & West Hill St., Nassau, New Providence; Phone: (242) 328-5800; Email:; Website: The NAGB
Event Description: “The Citizenship panel follows the Gender Equality panel, and takes a slightly different format, encouraging full engagement of everyone in the room and avoiding (the perception of) hierarchy between panelists and audience. We will give a brief introduction to each panelist, facilitate a 30-minute discussion with panelists, then invite others in the room to contribute to the discussion for the remaining 50 minutes. The questions framing this discussion are: What does it mean to be a citizen? What are citizens' rights? What are citizens duties? How do we become active citizens? Panelists: Shawn-Gabrielle Gomez (UB Media/Journalism grad), Niambi Hall-Campbell (UB lecturer, Psychology), Knijah Knowles (Law) and Ava Turnquest (Journalist). See you there!!!”Read more: The NAGB-Facebook and The NAGB
About #WomenWednesdays: “#WomenWednesdays highlights Bahamian women and our experiences in The Bahamas specific to our identities including gender, race, sexuality, age, and ability. Held once per month, the events will draw women together to have conversations that bring our individual lives into focus while connecting to family, community, and national narratives. #WomenWednesdays intentionally centers and prioritizes women and girls, and is open to the public through in-person events, livestreams, and social media activity. It is a collaborative effort of Equality Bahamas and the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas to create a safe space for knowledge-building, idea-sharing, critical dialogue, and movement-building ...”Read more: NAGB-Women Wednesdays
About NAGB: “Housed in the historic Villa Doyle, built in the 1860s and lovingly restored in the 1990s, the NAGB preserves the National Collection of Bahamian Art, part of which is on permanent display on the ground floor. Upper galleries engage the history of Bahamian Art and Visual culture and support contemporary movements and experimental contemporary art practice through temporary exhibitions. The NAGB also has an extensive public program schedule, community and regional projects and partnerships, arts education workshops, and a free public art library.”Read more: The NAGB
For further information: The NAGB-Facebook and The NAGB.

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