Last Monday the National Art Gallery opened at Villa Doyle. For those of you who don’t know, Villa Doyle is the big yellow house at the junction of West Street and West Hill Street, in town, opposite the St Francis’ Catholic Cathedral and just up the hill from Educulture.
It is the best thing the Bahamian government has given the Bahamian people in a long, long time.
Now let me be clear. I’m not talking about the fact that we have an art gallery, that the Bahamian government has established a place where Bahamian artists can showcase their art, although that is fundamental and important. I’m not talking about the institution.
I’m talking about its execution.
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