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  A Conversation Between Home Drums Beat First & De Bottom Bound To Drop Out | Queen's Park Gallery & Zemicon Gallery   
  Black Diaspora Visual Art Symposium | Frank Collymore Hall   
  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   
  Black Diaspora Visual Art Series | Barbados Community College, Art History Lecture Theatre   
  Words on Paintings | Zemicon Gallery   
  Art for Export | Zemicon Gallery and Bagnall's Point   
  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   
  Lancaster House Exhibition and Workshop | Lancaster House   
  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 | Queen's Park Gallery   
  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   
  Work In Progress | Queen's Park Gallery   
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Exhibition Series #1
When: Feb, 9 2003 to Oct, 31 2003


The National Art Gallery Committee commenced its first series of thematic exhibitions focusing on aspects of Barbadian culture. Curator for these exhibitions was Mrs. Therese Hadchity.
  • “In the Middle of the Ocean” featured seascapes by Barbadian artists. It was held from 9th February to 7th March 2003.

    In The Middle of the Ocean Catalogue

    Adobe PDF file Click here to download the In The Middle of The Ocean Catalogue

  • “Many Faces, One Nation–Painting of People” looked at Barbadian people & portraiture and was held from 11th May to 6th June 2003.

    Many Faces One Nation Catalogue

    Adobe PDF file Click here to download the Many Faces One Nation Catalogue


  • “Lay of the Land - Landscapes” featured landscapes of Barbados and was held from 6th July to 1st August 2003.

    Lay of the Land Catalogue

    Adobe PDF file Click here to download the Lay of the Land Catalogue


  • “Of Bridges, Berths & Hawkers” featured scenes and life of the City of Bridgetown and was held 5th to 31st October 2003.

  • Of Bridges Berths & Hawkers Catalogue

    Adobe PDF file Click here to download the Of Bridges Berths & Hawkers Catalogue



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