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American Spaces
Compelling programs and activities on a wide range of themes and topics


American Spaces are open-access learning and gathering places around the world that promote interaction – both in-person and virtual – among local audiences and the United States. More than 600 American Spaces are located in universities, shopping malls, libraries and other public places, as well as on embassy compounds, in more than 140 countries.

In a welcoming American-themed environment, American Spaces deliver compelling programs and activities on a wide range of themes and topics — everything from free internet access to objective news publications to advanced technology to programs on freedom of cultural expression. For example, visitors may find

  • Educational advising for those who want to study in the U.S.
  • Workshops on a range of topics from career skills to English language learning
  • Classes and clubs introducing new technologies, 21st-century digital skills and academic resources
  • Films, discussions and lectures on entrepreneurship, leadership, current events, international affairs and much more
  • Visit one of the American Spaces below to learn more!


The American Corner Nassau

The American Corner Nassau is a partnership between the U.S. Embassy’s Public Affairs Section and the University of The Bahamas. The Corner provides access to current and reliable information about the United States via book collections, the Internet, and through local programming to the general public.  The American Corner serves as an information outpost similar to a public library reference service with multimedia, book and periodical collections open and accessible to the general public. There are more than 400 American Corners in the world and this is the first American Corner in The Bahamas.

Visit our American Corner located at the Harry C. Moore Library and Auditorium, at the University of The Bahamas in Nassau, Bahamas to learn more!

American Spaces in The Bahamas

Harry C. Moore Library & Auditorium (Click for details)