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DOONGALIK STUDIOS ART GALLERY NEWSLETTER

July 2015 — Volume 9 Issue 7—
7— HAPPY INDEPENDENCE , BAHAMAS !
20 Village Road Open Mon , Tues, Wed 10am – 4pm
P.O. Box N-1207▪ Nassau, Bahamas ▪ Tel (242) 394.1886 ▪ Email:doongalikart@batelnet.bs / pam.burnside@doongalik.com
Website: www.doongalik.com ▪ We are also on Facebook—facebook.com/doongalik
PROMOTING THE VISION: ”By the Year 2020 more visitors will be attracted to The Bahamas by Bahamian Art,
Culture and Heritage than by merely sun, sand and sea.”

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO OUR VALUED CUSTOMERS & SUPPORTERS:
Doongalik’s email address is in the process of being transferred from
doongalikart@batelnet.bs to pam.burnside@doongalik.com
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ALLAN PRATT’S “HIS-STORY“ EXHIBITION HAS BEEN EXTENDED UNTIL
WEDNESDAY, JULY 22
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NEW EXHIBITIONS ARE BOOKED FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE YEAR—
stay tuned for a calendar of events in the August newsletter!
NEW ITEMS

MALCOLM RAE— summertime fruit –
inspired watercolours

SOPHIA McCARROLL—so
pretty….artistically decorated
seagrape leaves!

TREVOR TUCKER—
ceramic dishes and lively decorated bottles

SUE BENNETT-WILLIAMS –
a new collection of bright,
colourful ceramic bells

DENNIS BURROWS—the
re-launch of the iconic Bahamian
tropical beverages recipe book

INSIDE THIS ISSUE
JESSICA’S TILEWORKS— two beautiful gold-rimmed ceramic
dishes with sea motif centres

IMPORTANT NOTICES/ NEW ITEMS 1
ART SUPPLY DRIVE 2015 AND
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CREATIVE NASSAU NEWS

CONGRATULATIONS to SC McPherson
Junior High, CI Gibson Senior High and
Old Bight All Age School in Cat Island,
which are the three recipient schools for the
2015 ART SUPPLY DRIVE. More information
and photos can be found on the ASD facebook page—please like the page and donate
to the cause! THANK YOU!

ASD’s hardworking coordinators,
Orchid Burnside / Corinne Lampkin

THE UNESCO CREATIVE CITIES NETWORK’S NEW WEBSITE IS NOW LIVE AT

http://en.unesco.org/creative-cities
CREATIVE NASSAU PARTNERS WITH THE
IDB’S 2015 SUMMER ART CAMP

The students’ work produced at the Summer Camp
will be on display at Doongalik Studios at the end of
the month at a date and time to be announced.

Creative Nassau is honoured to have been invited to
partner with the IDB for their 2015 Summer Art Camp
taking place this month at Bethel Baptist Church on
Meeting Street (photo below) and at the Gladtidings
Tabernacle on Kemp Road (shown at top right). The
theme for the Camp is “Energy” and the students are
under the able tutelage of artists, Yutavia George and
Kirkland Deal.
Pam and Patti addressed the enthusiastic students
ranging in age from 9-14 years, about Creative Nassau
and the meaning of Independence, and encouraged
them to take advantage of their creative workshop with
a view to not only having fun learning as much as they
can, but also to using these skills in years to come.
This event is an important and exciting activity to kick
start CN’s Community involvement.
K Smith, hyperrealist coloured pencil artist from The
Place for Art, also addressed the students and demonstrated his amazing artistic skills (right bottom photo).

WEEKLY RADIO SHOW ON ISLAND
FM 102.9 TUESDAYS 7- 7.30 pm
The public is invited to join CN Hosts, Patti & Pam,
every Tuesday via radio, or online at
islandfmonline.com
If you would like to be a sponsor for this exciting creative and transformational radio show, please email us
at creativenassau@gmail.com
The next Creative Nassau Market featuring ’true-true’ Bahamian made products will be held
on FRIDAY, JULY 31 FROM 9am—6pm in Pompey Square, Bay Street —please join us!!

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