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Bush Tea 18 June, 2012

Today on Bush Tea, host Erica Wells continues the conversation on the significance creativity can plan in our national development. Last week we focused on the creative economy and its potential to develop into an economic building block for The Bahamas.

This week we discuss creativity in the context of cultural development, with Pam Burnside and John Cox, members of the Creative Nassau Committee, an artist-formed initiative working to have Nassau designated as a part of UNESCO’s Creative Cities Network.

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