Two Popopstudios-based artists – Jeffrey Meris and Tessa Whitehead – will be exhibiting new works in an upcoming exhibition at The D’Aguilar Foundation, entitled: ‘This is Yours, That is Mine’.
The Island House Film Festival (TIHFF) celebrates and focuses on films and filmmakers that emerge from the Caribbean region, celebrating Bahamian premieres of international, regional and local narrative films and documentaries.
Jeffrey Meris, an enterprising young artist who works out of Popopstudios, is leaping headfirst into the new year with some thought provoking new work.
Bahamian women are often thought of as being outspoken, strong, ‘biggity’ – dare I say – and perhaps it is a result of this legacy of women who won’t suffer fools gladly, that has lead to women being painted in a less favorable light. But can we be blamed?
Sun kissed her chocolate skin. White garments. Water, intended for purification, drenched her. A galvanized steel tub, one similar to the kind a woman washes clothes or children in, mimicked an auction block advertising her mystique to voyeurs.
Nassau, Bahamas – On December 10th at Sapodilla Restaurant, the Charitable Arts Foundation hosted a gorgeous night under the stars to bring in the festive season and raise thousands of dollars to support arts in The Bahamas, with a special allocation to Hurricane Matthew relief fund.