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  A Conversation Between Home Drums Beat First & De Bottom Bound To Drop Out | Queen's Park Gallery & Zemicon Gallery   
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  The Road to Many: Toward a Genealogy of Barbadian Art | Queen’s Park Gallery and Zemicon Gallery   
  Sign of the Times: A Decade Towards Digital Art | QPG   
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  Journey: Emancipation of the Spirit | Queen’s Park Gallery, Errol Barrow Centre for the Creative Imagination   
  < bridgetown >Whisperpost   
  Acquisitions 2001–2006 | Queen's Park Gallery, Bagnall's Point & Zemicon Gallery   
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  No Time like the Present | Queen’s Park Gallery   
  Exhibition Series #3 | Zemicon Gallery   
  Albert Chong – 20 Photographs | Zemicon Gallery   
  Exhibition Series #2 | Various   
  White Skin/Black Kin: Speaking the Unspeakable | Barbados Museum & Zemicon Gallery   
  Moving Forward   
  Betwixt and Between–Exploring the Liminal Dilemma | Gallery of Caribbean Art   
  5 Exhibitions - 37th Annual Congress of the AICA Southern Caribbean   
  Moving Circle II
 
  Lay of the Land | Zemicon Gallery   
  (Re) View | Queen’s Park Gallery   
  Exhibition Series #1   
  Between the Lines | The Zemicon Gallery   
  Moving Forward – Putting the Pieces Together | Queen's Park Gallery   
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Moving Circle II
Where: Queen's Park Gallery
When: May, 1 2002 to May, 1 2002


An exhibition of Guyanese art in collaboration with the National Gallery of Guyana featured three Lokono artists was installed at the Queen’s Park Gallery.



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