Tuesday, March 17, 2020

Exhibition Event: POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE: “Doongalik Tea” on Sunday, March 22, 2020 @ 3:00pm–5:00pm for the 16th Annual “Transforming Spaces 2020” - an Islandwide Art Gallery Tour on Saturday, March 28, 2020 and Sunday, March 29, 2020 — Nassau, The Bahamas, West Indies

Transforming Spaces 2020” POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE:  at Doongalik Studios
Exhibition Event: POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE: “Doongalik Tea” on Sunday, March 22, 2020 @ 3:00pm–5:00pm for the 16th Annual “Transforming Spaces 2020” - an Islandwide Art Gallery Tour on Saturday, March 28, 2020 and Sunday, March 29, 2020 — Nassau Bahamas, West Indies; Location: Doongalik Studios Art Gallery; Address: #20 Village Road, Nassau City, New Providence, Bahamas; Tel (242) 394-1886 / email: doongalikart@batelnet.bs; Websites: Transforming Spaces 2020, Doongalik Tea: A TS Event-Facebook, Doongalik Studios-Facebook and Doongalik Studios
Event Description: “POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE: Due to the recent developments surrounding COVID-19, Doongalik has decided to postpone all upcoming events at the gallery in observance of the new social distancing measures. This would include a postponement of Transforming Spaces to a later date and suspension of the farmers' market until further notice. We encourage you and yours to continue to take all the necessary precautions to mitigate the threat of the virus and hope to see you back on the porch soon. Take good care. ...”Read more: Doongalik Tea: A TS Event-Facebook, Transforming Spaces 2020, Doongalik Studios-Facebook and Doongalik Studios
About Doongalik Studios: “Doongalik Studios was formed in the 1970's by Jackson Burnside, architect, artist and cultural advocate and his wife, Pam. The couple have spent their lifetime together committed to promoting the country's outstanding artistic talent which they firmly believe can establish The Bahamas as an international center of creativity.”Read more: Doongalik Studios-About
About Transforming Spaces: “Transforming Spaces began with a core group of participants—the late Jackson Burnside III, John Cox, Antonius Roberts, Tyrone Ferguson, Jay Koment and Erica James — who shared one common goal: to get artists to work together to expose Bahamian art. It was an exciting time at the turn of the century — The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas opened its doors with an Inaugural National Exhibition in 2003, finally formally spotlighting Bahamian visual art in the eyes of the country and the region. This sparked a series of artistic projects and new galleries that continue to develop Bahamian visual art at a rapid pace to this day. Transforming Spaces is proud to be a defining voice in this conversation. Year after year, the tour has proven to be a great success as artists and art-lovers alike look forward to that weekend in spring where participating galleries curate their spaces to present innovative displays of Bahamian art ...”Read more: Transforming Spaces 2020 and Transforming Spaces-Facebook
For further information: Transforming Spaces-Facebook, Transforming Spaces 2020, Doongalik Tea: A TS Event-Facebook, Doongalik Studios-Facebook and Doongalik Studios.

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