Building a Bridge with Doongalik Studios

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A new video, recently launched by Atlantis, is called “Building a Bridge with Doongalik Studios.” According to the video, after meeting in London, artists Pam Burnside and her late husband Jackson Burnside returned to the Bahamas to encourage and protect local culture. The video shows artwork at the couple’s Doongalik Studios and throughout Atlantis, where Jackson’s colorful legacy lives on in the paintings he made with his brother, Stanley Burnside, and John Beadle. Along with her daughters, Pam has continued the mission to protect and promote Bahamian talent and creativity.

Take a look at the feature story via YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GNm_6lmpjXk or Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/atlantis/videos/10155491266453629/

For more shareable and downloadable content, check out the Atlantis Come to Life Press Page at http://www.cometolifeatlantis.com/

[Image above: Detail from “Enigmatick Funktification” by Jackson and Stanley Burnside, and John Beadle.]

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