The Popopstudios Artist in Residence programme exists as an extension of the gallery's mission to promote, expose and engage new and challenging developments in contemporary art. With this in mind, international artists are invited to spend one to three months working and living on the gallery grounds. During their time at Popopstudios artists are asked to give a public presentation of their working practice as well as coordinate a one day workshop targeted at school children. Artists staying for longer periods are also invited to put on a small exhibition of the work they've produced while in The Bahamas.
Bettina Furnee (born in The Hague, Netherlands) has worked independently in England since 1989, developing a site specific and socially engaged art practice. Continue reading
Stefan Nitoslawski is a visual artist and a documentary filmmaker based in Montreal,
Canada. Continue reading
Marlon Griffith attended the John S. Donaldson Technical Institute, Port of Spain, Trinidad. Continue reading
James Pappas is currently on the faculty as an associate professor at the University at Buffalo, State University of New York. Continue reading