Friday, April 26, 2019

Exhibition: NAGB presents “TRANS: A Migration of Identity goes to Freeport” - show continues through Friday, April 26, 2019 at the Rand Nature Centre, Freeport — The Bahamas, West Indies

“TRANS: A Migration of Identity” Apr 5-26, 2019 by The NAGB
Exhibition: NAGB presents “TRANS: A Migration of Identity goes to Freeport” - Opening Reception on Friday, April 5, 2019 @ 6:30pm-9:30pm; show continues through Friday, April 26, 2019 at the Rand Nature Centre, Freeport — The Bahamas, West Indies; Event Details: Place: Rand Nature Centre, Freeport, The Bahamas, West Indies; Contact: National Art Gallery Of The Bahamas; Location: West St. & West Hill St., Nassau, New Providence; Phone: (242) 328-5800; Email: info@nagb.org.bs; Websites: The NAGB-Facebook and The NAGB
Event Description: “The NAGB team is taking the Inter-Island Travelling Exhibition to Grand Bahama for the second time this April! We were last in Grand Bahama in 2016 with 'Max/Amos' which was showcased at the Charles Hayward Library; now the NAGB's travelling exhibition programme is taking 'Trans: A Migration of Identity' to our second city, where it will be on display at the Rand Nature Centre from April 5th- 26th, 2019. This unique initiative is accompanied by an extensive community outreach programme inclusive of our public mural programme, free workshops, a public talk, school visits (primary and secondary) and donations of museum literature for art teachers, schools and public libraries ... If you’re already in Grand Bahama or travelling there, join us at the opening reception for this very relevant exhibition at the Rand Nature Centre on Friday, April 5th at 6:30pm; show continues through Friday, April 26, 2019. And of course, participate in all of the free activities that will be facilitated for one full week by our knowledgeable and capable NAGB staff ...”Read more: The NAGB-Facebook and The NAGB
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-About
For further information: The NAGB-Facebook and The NAGB.

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