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National Art Gallery of The Bahamas: Brand New Website
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Posted by:Mar 24th 2009, 04:17:34 pm
The PartymanI will place it on the cay off of Long Island in honor of the wingless (and protected) duck that they butchered.

The PM protects the wildlife!
Posted by:Mar 24th 2009, 04:07:41 pm
KimberlyHey, save the papier-mache sculpture for the Briland Music Walk at Romora Bay Club in August ;-) ... plenty of local artists and filmmakers will be along as well. You are sooooooo talented. (You see that the Adamo folks took their fishing blog offline after that last little incident?)
Posted by:Mar 24th 2009, 01:55:26 pm
The PartymanI made a paper mache sculpture of the RBDF ramming the sailboat Adamo for killing indigenous Bahamian creatures. I wonder if I can get that into the Gallery?

The Gallery is a fantastic place and the PMencourages everyone to support to their fullest.

For more information as it occurs you can also subscribe to their e-mail list via their website.

PS: You can also rent out the gallery for parties which you know the PM likes.
Posted by:Mar 24th 2009, 12:25:08 pm
Fig Tree News TeamAnnouncing the Newly Launched National Art Gallery of The Bahamas Website!

Our new website is a comprehensive and transparent site designed to keep The Bahamas and the world abreast of what is happening at the NAGB, but also communicate in an open and straightforward manner how the Gallery operates as an institutional body. It includes everything from online galleries of current exhibitions as well as the National Art Collection of The Bahamas to Public programs to profiles of Board members and staff and the annual audits.

Please enjoy!

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