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Years 2007-2008
  • Partnered with the Zemicon Gallery to host and curate 2 thematic exhibitions featuring works from the National Collection – “Journey: Emancipation of the Spirit” May 2007 and “Art for Export” November 2007. Catalogues produced for each exhibition.

  • “Crop Over” DVD production, partnered with Hardwood House Trust, Leeds UK to sponsor a two-screen video production by UK-based Sonya Boyce. July 2007.

  • 7th Annual exhibition “Sign of the Times” held during Cultural Heritage month. at Queen’s Park Gallery in collaboration with the National Cultural Foundation. May 2008. The exhibition catalogue is available in DVD format.

  • www.nagc.bb, website for the NAGC Website launched at the 7th Annual Exhibition May 2008.

  • Artist Net, the NAGC database of Visual Artists in Barbados at www.nagc.bb; launched with website; 56 artists profiles and images uploaded. May 2008

  • Partnered with the Barbados National Trust to sponsor a public lecture on “Art Objects and Furniture Conservation” with Puerto Rico-based conservator Mr. Angel Santiago-Torres July 2008

  • NAGC Exhibition catalogues 2003 to 2008 available on-line through the NAGC Website and on CD.

  • ArtsEtc. Sponsorship continued in partnership with the National Cultural Foundation.

  • Conservation and restoration programme of National Collection works continued.

  • Site visits and reviews continued at all ministries, institutions and statutory boards housing National Collection works.

  • Continued outreach and support for new artists to the ArtistNet, the NAGC database of Visual Artists in Barbados at www.nagc.bb.

  • Continuation of the research and documentation of the National Collection with the Past Perfect Database.

  • Conservation and restoration programme of National Collection works continued with consultant conservators. During each visit the public education programme continued for the care and conservation of art works.

  • Continued research, curatorial and education assistance to various institutions.

  • Appropriate care and storage of the NAGC collection

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