Founded in the 1970s, it features the largest inventory of Bahamian artwork in the country. It is the brainchild of the late Jackson Burnside, architect, artist and cultural advocate and his wife, Pam.
A place for writers of the Caribbean and its diaspora to share their stories of longing and belonging, of passion, of fire, of people and place. Poinciana Paper Press is dedicated to preserving the voice of these writers in limited-edition, hand-made chapbooks and broadsides.
Voices in Bahamian & Caribbean History, Arts & Culture
The nation’s principal heritage conservation agency, committed to the preservation, interpretation and promotion of national monuments, historical sites, artifacts and ecofacts, which acquire national importance, and inspire public interest by reason of their historical, archaeological, anthropological and/or palaeontological significance.
A boutique design firm based in Nassau, The Bahamas offering graphic design, custom illustration, fine art, art marketing, art brokerage and publishing. Its most treasured service is a weekly Bahamian Art & Culture eNewsletter, celebrating upcoming events of art & culture in The Bahamas.
A Caribbean non-profit, artist-led, inter-disciplinary organization that supports creatives and promotes wise social, economic, and environmental stewardship through creative engagement with society and by cultivating excellence in the arts.