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Wed, 24 Jun 2015 13:41:27 -0400

NAGB’s Blank Canvas airs Wednesday nights at 6:30pm.http://www.nagb.org.bs or Twitter @nagbahamas

Wed, 10 Jun 2015 18:30:12 -0400

In the studio with host Amanda Coulson are Tatiana Clare, filmmaker, and Nikita Shiel-Rolle, marine biologist. The energetic young Bahamians have returned home to help raise consciousness on social issues through film and community outreach. Ms. Clare has recently finished her documentary ‘Waves,” a collaborative project with Ms. Shiel-Rolle, about our underwater environment and what we can do to protect it for future generations. Ms. Clare speaks on film as a positive art form for social change; the film will have its premiere at NAGB on Thursday June 11th with a Q&A afterwards.

NAGB’s Blank Canvas airs Wednesday nights at 6:30pm.http://www.nagb.org.bs or Twitter @nagbahamas

Wed, 03 Jun 2015 18:30:53 -0400

NAGB’s Blank Canvas airs Wednesday nights at 6:30pm.http://www.nagb.org.bs or Twitter @nagbahamas

Wed, 27 May 2015 18:30:46 -0400

Host Amanda Coulson of the NAGB speaks with artists and cultural facilitator Antonius Roberts regarding The Arts Pavilion (or TAP), a platform for emerging artists, which was staged during the Bahamas Junkanoo carnival at Hillside House on Cumberland Street. With Amanda and Antonius in the studio are the three “gold star” artists who received a special commendation for their work. From left to right: Mr. Lemero Wright, Mr. Timothy Nottage, your host Amanda, Ms. Sha’ashla Bethune, and Mr. Antonius Roberts.

NAGB’s Blank Canvas airs Wednesday nights at 6:30pm.http://www.nagb.org.bs or Twitter @nagbahamas

Wed, 13 May 2015 18:30:16 -0400

Blank Canvas show host Amanda Coulson invites culinary artists into the studio tonight and discuss how through both visual and culinary arts we can better form a coherent national identity. Bahamian master Chef Simeon Hall (pictured right) and visiting celebrity Chef from Chicago, Judson Todd Allen (left), talk about the identification and support of local dishes and flavours and how food can bring people together and push a nation forward. Chef Allen is the host of his own television show on the Food Network and is visiting The Bahamas to learn about what makes our dishes unique; Chef Hall—a major supporter of locally grown produce, healthy eating, and teaching children to learn to cook with what grows around us—has been showing him the farms, animals, fruits and vegetables of our islands.

NAGB’s Blank Canvas airs Wednesday nights at 6:30pm.http://www.nagb.org.bs or Twitter @nagbahamas