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Put your home on the Citys holiday lights map by participating in the #PSLin Lights Contest and Bus Tour. The exhibition features original illustrations for the book, which won the prestigious Caldecott Medal for pictorial excellence in 1964.The narrative follows a boisterous and adventurous young boy named Max who, having been sent to his room for misbehaving, ends up taking a rollicking trip to an island inhabited by Wild Things who crown him King before he returns home.The exhibition includes designs for an animated short film, a feature film, and an opera based on the book as well as a selection of works from the many other picture books that Sendak illustrated and examples from Sendak's second career as a stage and costume designer. Come out and celebrate 31 years of being a holiday tradition in Ft. Fresh Fraser Trees and Handmade Wreaths as well as Hayride, Santa's Cafe, Holiday Camp Fire, Hot Cocoa and more! You’ll see paintings dating from the late 1800s to the present, with an emphasis on art created by Bahamians after 1960s. This exciting first time collaboration between the Elliott Museum and The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (NAGB), the D’Aguilar Foundation and the Dawn Davies Collection will run through February 25, 2018.