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Wed, 01 Apr 2015 18:30:22 -0400
Wed, 25 Mar 2015 18:40:32 -0400

Blank Canvas host Amanda Coulson talks with the Bahamian artists Yutavia George (middle) and Dionne Benjamin-Smith (right), about their own works–and others in the current National Exhibition–that deal with current ideals of female beauty and how issues of race factor into it.

Wed, 18 Mar 2015 18:57:36 -0400

Continuing the exploration of what’s on offer in the island wide art event, Transforming Spaces, host Amanda Coulson talks with three artists showing at Liquid Courage gallery, from left to right : Sue Katz, Dede Brown and Rebecca Christen.

Wed, 18 Feb 2015 16:03:52 -0500

In the studio this week are two of the founding members of the “Creative Nassau” group, Pam Burnside and Patricia Glinton-Meicholas. Aside from many other cultural topics, the show will focus on their hard work toward having Nassau designated, in December 2014, as one of UNESCO’s “Creative Citiies” of Folk Craft and Heritage and what this extremely important international designation means for Nassau in particular and and The Bahamas as a whole.

NAGB’s Blank Canvas airs Wednesday nights at 6:30pm. or Twitter @nagbahamas

Wed, 04 Feb 2015 18:53:19 -0500

Appearing on “Blank Canvas” this week is honoured guess, Dr. Jonathan Holloway. Dean of Yale College and Professor of African-American Studies, History and American Studies. He will be discussing his most recent book Jim Crow Wisdom: Memory and Identity in Black America since 1940 (2013) and how the concepts relate to the current National Exhibition, NE7, Antillean: An Ecology currently on show at NAGB, dealing with issues of race, identity, privilege and economy.

NAGB’s Blank Canvas airs Wednesday nights at 6:30pm. or Twitter @nagbahamas