Popop artists opened their studios to the public on December 11, 2015. In addition the main gallery, which has recently been restyled, featured a group exhibition. The exhibition is on display through February.
“The idea of Long Island being a prehistoric Lucayan metropolis intrigued me, as my grandparents are from there, and my grandmother especially has indigenous features. This was enough for me to consider the idea of Lucayans surviving the historic genocide,” Symonette explained.
The ANNEX at Popopstudios hosted a popup exhibition of work by Arjuna (AJ) Watson.
Popopstudios is featuring an exhibition of Tessa Whitehead’s paintings from 2008 – 2013. The exhibition will be on display until mid-October. Please stop by and have a look. 11am-3pm Tuesday through Saturday or by appointment.
Pro Society’s theme for the 11th Annual Transforming Spaces Art Tour is “Figure it out!” In keeping with this theme the participants will create artwork by incorporating the human figure, either literally or abstractly.
The Gallery at Popopstudios was converted into a working studio for students at The College of The Bahamas taking Commercial Art 1: Introduction to Illustration to complete a work for their end of semester assignment.
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