“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.
Works by Edrin Symonette.
Friday, November 20, 2015 from 6-8pm. Saturday, November 21, 2015 from 12noon-3pm.
Popopstudios hosted an Artist Talk with Anne Foresman on Thursday August 20, 2015. Anne spent five weeks during the summer at Popopstudios as our International Artist-In-Residence. The paintings she produced over the residency period were on display in the Popop Gallery.
Rain didn’t stop the artists from preparing for the Freak Dancing exhibition, in fact it added a creative element. James Cooper (Bermuda) and Mia Taylor (UK), along with Bahamian artists John Cox, Blue Curry, Heino Schmid and Tessa Whitehead, have created site specific works in the garden at Popopstudios.