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The Personal is the Political. Or is it? – Thoughts on Sheena Rose’s ‘Baby Pink’

Wednesday, December 7th, 2016 No Comments
Categories: Exhibitions, Features, Reviews, Updates
Therese Hadchity reviews the exhibition 'Baby Pink' by Barbadian artist Sheena Rose, presented by the Institute for Gender and Development Studies at the University of the...

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Job opportunity: Chief Curator of the National Gallery of Jamaica

Monday, November 28th, 2016 No Comments
Categories: Features, Job Openings, Open Call, Updates
Applications are invited to fill the post of Chief Curator at the National Gallery of Jamaica (NGJ), a division of the Institute of Jamaica (IoJ)....

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Annalee Davis’ (bush) Tea Services: Botanical Inheritances

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2016 Comments Off
Categories: Exhibitions, Features, Updates
Janice Cheddie shares a review of '(bush) Tea Services', an installation and performance piece by Barbadian artist Annalee Davis. The project, which explores the multi-layered...

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Garfield Morgan discusses an intuitive approach to art-making

Monday, November 21st, 2016 Comments Off
Categories: Features, Interview, Updates
Jacqueline Bishop interviews Jamaican artist Garfield Morgan in an exclusive feature for ARC Magazine. Morgan shares his background and training as an artist, his influences...

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A Socio-Cultural Interpretation of Bahamian Urban Architecture and Artifact

Friday, September 30th, 2016 Comments Off
Categories: Architecture, Features, Festivals, Updates
French-American architect Marga Jann shares a paper which developed out of her time as a visiting associate professor of architecture at the College of the Bahamas...

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The Master Class: Interview with Danielle Linzer

Wednesday, September 14th, 2016 Comments Off
Categories: Features, Interview, Updates
This month’s column for ARC Magazine’s regular segment The Master Class, which shares conversations about art education, museums, leadership and arts management for students and...

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Open Call: Tilting Axis Curatorial Fellowship Programme 2016

Monday, June 6th, 2016 Comments Off
Categories: Curatorial Projects, Features, Fellowships, Updates
As a direct outcome of the Tilting Axis meetings in 2015 at Fresh Milk in Barbados and in 2016 at the Pérez Art Museum Miami,...

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The Art Gallery: Not Destined to be a Thing of the Past – An interview with Alys Williams

Tuesday, May 31st, 2016 Comments Off
Categories: Features, Interview, Updates
Marsha Pearce shares an interview with Founding Director and curator of VITRINE gallery, Alys Williams. The gallery, whose original location is on Bermondsey Square, London, has launched a...

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Announcing Caribbean Linked IV

Monday, May 30th, 2016 Comments Off
Categories: Art Residencies, Caribbean Linked, Exhibitions, Features, Updates
We are pleased to announce that the regional residency Caribbean Linked IV will be taking place at Ateliers ’89 in Oranjestad, Aruba from August 1 through 23, 2016. Thanks...

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If Walls Could Talk: Career retrospective reintroduces work of St. Croix painter El’Roy Simmonds

Thursday, May 19th, 2016 Comments Off
Categories: Exhibitions, Features, Reviews, Updates
David Knight Jr. reviews the retrospective exhibition 'If Walls Could Talk' by Crucian painter El'Roy Simmonds, curated by Monica Marin and Niarus Walker at the...

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