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Radio Shows

Blank Canvas with Amanda Coulson & NAGB - 6:30pm Wednesday

A partnership between the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB) and Guardian Radio, NAGB Blank Canvas promises lively discussion on emerging and experimental art, the artistic process and contemporary visual culture in The Bahamas, the wider Caribbean, and on the international stage. Host Amanda Coulson, NAGB Director, speaks with guests ranging from contemporary artists, curators and writers, to collectors, patrons and scholars from The Bahamas and overseas.


Connect with the show and the NAGB on Facebook.com/TheNAGB or on Twitter @NAGBahamas

Podcasts

Blank Canvas - Wednesday, 16th September, 2015
   
Blank Canvas - Wednesday, 9th September, 2015
   
Blank Canvas - Wednesday, 2nd September, 2015
   
Blank Canvas - Wednesday, 26th August, 2015
   
NAGB Director Amanda Coulson talks with three young Bahamian artists who are all currently studying abroad and will exhibit their work at the D’Aguilar Art Foundation in a group show entitled “Flourish” (opening Thursday, August 27th). From left to right Angelika Wallace-Whitfied, currently studying Philosophy of Art and Culture at the University of Kent; Coulson; Ivanna Gaitor, studying Advertising at SCAD (Savannah College of Art and design); and Alistair Stevenson, who is studying ceramics in China in Jingdezhen Province at the Jingdezhen Ceramics Institute. The three artists speak about their experiences studying abroad, how the experience is colouring their practises and what they hope to bring home when they complete their studies.
Blank Canvas - Wednesday, 19th August, 2015
   
Guests on this week’s "Blank Canvas” include Candis Marshall (left) and Orchid Burnside (right). Both are involved with projects aiming to provide materials and experience to youth in the arts. Burnside is organising—for the thirst year in a row—the Art Supply Drive, in which three schools are selected to be the recipient of supplies provided by Doongalik and NAGB raised through this annual effort. Marshall has another approach: find creative materials around you! Her Mega Masters programme and recent summer workshop, which will hopefully becoming part of the art curriculum at public schools, concerns "upcycling,” i.e. the transformation of objects considered garbage (wooden pallets, old tires) into sellable or utilitarian products.

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