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Nassau (Bahamas), a UNESCO Creative City of Crafts and Folk Art since 2014 organized its annual art festival themed “Transforming Spaces”, virtually. The innovative format provided an opportunity for an entertaining and sustainable way of experiencing, educating, and promoting the uniqueness of Bahamian art, culture, and heritage, both locally and internationally. The exhibition also emphasized on the importance and contribution of Nassau’s vibrant cultural scene in the country’s development, as well as an attractive incentive that the city...
Nassau is proud to launch the SeaWords Bahamas ALIV, a literary festival entirely dedicated to the celebration of writing. The event will take place in November and will highlight strategies to drive the creative industries in The Bahamas by promoting literature as an art form and as a key creative industry with the power to bring valuable diversification to the Bahamian economy. The festival will welcome several Bahamians and international participants to technique-building workshops on writing poetry, fiction and not-fiction, writing for...
From 17 to 21 October, the Creative City of Nassau, led by Creative Nassau, participated in its peer's International Ceramics Fair, Jingdezhen, whose event is world renowned.  Considered the “Porcelain Capital” of China and renowned for its millennial history of crafts and expertise, the city of Jingdezhen has held its annual International Ceramics Fair displaying works from countries such as China, North and South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Turkey, Netherland, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the United...
Nassau, the first and only UNESCO Creative City in the Bahamas, redoubles its efforts toward integrating culture and creativity within its plans of urban regeneration. Resulting from a collaboration between the Inter-American Development Bank and Creative Nassau, forming together the Nassau Urban Lab, the “Central Nassau Urban Regeneration Plan” aims at utilizing Central Nassau’s natural and cultural assets to rejuvenate this area and create an economically successful, sustainable, diverse and interconnected community. Nassau...
Design works created by 50 students aged between 9 and 14 years during a Summer Art Workshop have been showcased in Nassau (Bahamas) during the month of September 2015. The workshop and the exhibition “Positive Energy for Positive Change” were sponsored by the Bahamas Country Office of the Inter-American Development Bank with the aim of improving lives by engaging in local communities.    Collaborated with Creative Nassau and the North East Pastors Alliance, the Summer Art Students project explored the way children...