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Years 2008-2009
  • Partnered with the Zemicon Gallery to host and curate the “Words on Paintings” exhibition featuring works from the National Collection with a catalogue February 2008.

  • “Crop Over” DVD production by UK-based Sonya Boyce screened at the Barbados Museum and Historical Society . The exhibition was accompanied by large-scale photographs by Barbadian artist and photographer William Cummins. July 2008

  • Black Diaspora Visual Arts Symposium, Exhibitions and Film Presentation hosted by the NAGC at Frank Collymore Hall with installations staged throughout Bridgetown February 2009.

  • Partnered with the Zemicon Gallery to host and curate the ’The Road to Many’ exhibition held at the Zemicon and the Queen’s Park Galleries exhibition featuring works from the National Collection with a catalogue. This exhibition was an activity staged during the Black Diaspora Visual Arts Symposium February 2009.

  • 8th Annual exhibition “Home Drums Beat First” & “De Bottom Bound To Drop Out” held during Cultural Heritage month in collaboration with the National Cultural Foundation. The exhibition catalogue was produced in DVD format Hosted by Queen’s Park Gallery exhibition featuring works from the National Collection with a catalogue in DVD format May 2009.

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

  • 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.

  • Appropriate care and storage of the NAGC collection.

  • NAGC website www.nagc.bb updating and editorial review continued; outreach continued for building visual artists’ participation in the ArtistNet and support for updating profiles.

  • Research and documentation continued of the National Collection, along with the Past Perfect Database.

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