A focus group session with all interested and involved in the arts of the Bahamas. Hosted by Marielle Barrow, this conversation is toward the upcoming book project “A Sense of Place: Public Art, Political Space and The Scared” based on Sacred Space at Clifton Pier and Bahamian Arts Practice more generally.
We are interested in the kinds of themes that engage artists in their current work, the kinds of conversations happening between artists and their audiences, questions and concerns that emerge through artwork, dialogue and community practice.
We are also interested in the interactions between the visual artists, Junkanoo, musicians, fashion and graphic designers.
How do you define artistic practice in the Bahamas?
Bring your artwork, your ideas, your perspective!
Your voice is critical to this project and we look forward to your participation
Coffee Hour at Hillside House: Wednesday, July 25, 2012 from 10:00am to 12:00pm