DURING his short visit back home, budding Bahamian ceramist Alistair Stevenson unveiled his latest art renderings that reflect the 10 months he spent China.
KNOWN for hosting highly anticipated concerts and events, the Atlantis Live team are excited to take on their first ever Paradise Music Festival presented by HGTV on the American Labour Day weekend.
MORE than 200 Bahamians turned up for the casting call for the first ever Music, Model and Talent Showcase of the Islands (MMTS) last Saturday.
THE FUNDS raised from the recently held Fashion 4 Foundation event will go a long way in assisting the Ranfurly Home For Children.
TAKING the Bahamas on an adventure in taste, the new online entertainment show “A Mouth Full” is giving viewers an updated look into their favourite restaurants and kitchens across New Providence.
FOLLOWING the recent Road Fever Companies Workshop, the Bahamas National Festival Commission (BNFC) compiled starter kits and distributed them to the registered companies to promote the use of indigenous materials for the Bahamas Carnival costumes.
ALTHOUGH ceramic is the traditional medium, there are a myriad of materials like paper, cloth and wire that can also be used to create some of intricate, artistic, handmade bowls.
CHIEF curator at the National Museum of the Bahamas Kim Outten-Stubbs was recently inducted into the Commonwealth Association of Museums’ prestigious Cowrie Circle. Membership in the Cowrie Circle, CAM’s highest honour, signifies a tribute to those members who have played a major role in advancing growth and development of museums in their respective countries.
THE ENTERTAINMENT industry in the Bahamas is flourishing with new talent, and Foreign Sound is one of the many performing acts who recently emerged on the scene.
A selection of recent work from Tribune cartoonist Jamaal Rolle
PAYING homage to all the Bahamian musical greats is something that actor and artist Matthew Wildgoose will never grow weary of. As a member of the local art community, he knows firsthand the struggles of becoming established and earning recognition in the industry.
PARAGON Concierge and Event Management together with the Bahamas Junkanoo Elite brought Bahamian culture to Canada last week as they participated in the 47th annual Scotiabank Toronto Caribbean Carnival Parade.
SHE is only 13 years old, but Nassau native Angel Culmer has been declared the “Fashion Face of the Bahamas”.
FOLLOWING The Tribune’s interview with Academy Award nominee Clive Owen last month, the time has now come for his new critically acclaimed show to premiere on television in the Bahamas.
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