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Another Successful Year for Art for the Parks

The Bahamas National Trust (BNT) in conjunction with Abaco Beach Resort and other corporate sponsors held its 6th Annual Art for the Parks from Jan.23-25.

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Little Harbour Recital by Renowned Violinist

International solo violinist, Elizabeth Pitcairn, once again provided a wonderful New Year's Eve treat for her family and friends when she presented a short recital in the studio at Little Harbour.

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Agape Art Explosion Offers Variety

Agape Christian School held their fourth Art Explosion at Grace Gym on November 14 and 15 showcasing a wide variety of arts and crafts from artisans across the island as well as highlighting the works of students in the school.

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Agape Awarded Highest Honours at National Arts Festival

Agape Christian School took top honours at the Bahamas’ E. Clement Bethel National Arts Festival/Exhibition 2014 with Hannah Bonamy achieving the top award for her division and for the entire Bahamas.

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Third Little Harbour Art Show a Successful Mix of Sights and Sounds

They say the third time’s the charm and that was certainly the case at the Third Little Harbour Art Show on November 15.

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Abaconians Return from Nassau with National Arts Awards

Students and residents of Abaco distinguished themselves in the E Clement Bethel Arts & Crafts Festival held in Nassau the week of October 21 -27, securing twenty positions in the top three.

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Abaco Artists’ Work Featured in Luciano Benetton Collection, Caribbean Art Book

Last year, Abaco artists Leanne Russell and Attila Fezst, were among 40 Bahamian artists chosen to represent contemporary Bahamian art in the Imago Mundi’s Luciano Benetton Collection.

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New Junkanoo Committee Promotes Abaco Culture

The Junkanoo Committee this year features a lot of new faces who are ready to instill new energy and promote passion for Junkanoo, and culture, on Abaco. Nationally recognized artist, Anthony Morley, was elected Chairman of the new “All Abaco Junkanoo and Culture Committee.” He is aided by Vice-Chairpersons James Richard and Gaynelle Rolle.

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Summer Madness Returns for Fourth Year

This is the fourth year running that James Catalyn and his cast of 17 members have brought a night of laughter to Abaco. A sizeable audience gathered in the St John the Baptist Anglican Church hall on September 27 to enjoy the presentation of "Summer Madness." This show has become an institution in Nassau, having run for a record 32 years making it the longest running theatrical production in The Bahamas.

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St. Francis de Sales Tops National Arts Festival Winners; Other Abaco Talent Awarded

Final results are now out for the nationwide E. Clement Bethel National Arts Festival with the Abaco’s own St. Francis de Sales School topping the slate of national winners. Judging in this prestigious competition began in January and continued throughout the islands of The Bahamas until June.

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