The National Gallery of The Bahamas, one of the Caribbean’s leading art exhibition spaces, is open again, Caribbean Journal has learned.
After a months-long closure, the national art museum reinstated regular opening hours this week.
In addition to the newly re-imagined Art Park – a child-friendly outdoor space – the galleries themselves are also reopening.
The museum has implemented COVID-compliance measures, with temperature-taking facilities, hand sanitizing stations throughout the building and spacing markers to enforce social distancing.
The Mixed Media Museum Store, remodeled during the closures, is also open with locally-made objects for sale.
The outdoor cinema, Fiona’s Theater, will also be starting up new winter and spring programming.
For more, visit the National Art Gallery of The Bahamas.