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© DOONGALIK STUDIOS ART GALLERY NEWSLETTER

January 2018 — Volume 12 Issue 1 — Happy New Year
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P.O. Box N-1207▪ Nassau, Bahamas ▪ Tel (242) 394.1886 ▪ Email: pam.burnside@doongalik.com
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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.”

Doongalik Studios would like to wish all of our faithful patrons and readers a very HAPPY NEW YEAR
and BEST WISHES for 2018!
It is amazing that we are into a new year once again, with a mere two short years away from our 2020
deadline for achieving our Vision Statement listed above, a goal that we are confident we will meet!
My late husband, Jackson L. Burnside III, and I made this our life’s purpose, and even though he is no
longer with us, our family has not wavered in our focus and determination towards this goal.
We thank all of our friends, family and supporters who continue to encourage us on this important
journey of promoting the best of our unique Bahamian Art, Culture and Heritage!
Here are some images spanning the four decades of the journey!
OUR STORY, OUR WAY
OUOURR STORY
OUR STORY OUROUR
WAYWAY

MYTHS, MONSTERS & MYSTERIES of
the DEEP

IN THIS ISSUE
NEW YEAR’S GREETING & REMINISCING 1

DOONGALIK & CREATIVE NASSAU NEWS 2
SAVE THE DATE
FOR TS2018:
Saturday &
Sunday, 9am
March 17 & 18
Information will be
posted on the website
www.tsbahamas.com
next month—stay
tuned!!

We are honoured to have a booth at the Tru Tru Festival this
Saturday and Sunday to showcase the many creative areas Pam and Patti were present at this year’s Bahamas Business
we are involved with—from Fine Art to Crafts, Straw Craft Outlook Conference for the full day of stimulating presenta-
and Junkanoo, Creative Nassau and the Orange Economy, tions! They are seen here with Lawrence Bascom, their CN
Transforming Spaces and more—please stop by our booth Radio Sponsor, who delivered the riveting Luncheon
whilst you savour all of the Tru Tru Bahamian delights at the address.
Festival—you don’t want to miss this amazing experience!
Tune in to Island FM 102.9 for our Creative Nassau Radio
Show on Tuesday, January 30 at 7pm as our guests, Char-
lotte Knowles Thompson (left) and Angelique Mackay (right)
from the Festival Committee share lots more information
about all of the spectacular offerings you can enjoy at the
Festival!

ATTENTION ALL CREATIVES: THE ORANGE ECONOMY
(OE) is preparing to take off! Following last year’s webinar
at the Central Bank of The Bahamas, Dennis Deveaux, Head
of the newly launched KPMG Lighthouse Center of Excel-
lence for Data and Analytics, has came on board to lead the
effort. He is seen here (right) with Patti and Pam and Gevon
Moss, IDB Civil Society Liaison (left). Find out more at the
Festival booth this weekend!

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