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No Time like the Present
Who: Ms. Nerys Rudder
Where: Queen’s Park Gallery
When: May, 8 2005 to May, 8 2005


The fifth annual exhibition, provided the viewer with a glimpse into an arresting moment. Like a time machine each piece when viewed from another time and place transported the viewer to a particular period of time for a snapshot, a taste of moments, in Barbadian history. Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office Mr. John Williams officially opened the exhibition on Sunday, 8th May 2005. The exhibition was hosted jointly by the National Art Gallery Committee and the National Cultural Foundation.



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