Nowé Harris-Smith was born in Nassau, New Providence on February 27th, 1993. She received a Bachelor of Education Degree Secondary Certification: Art (with Credit) in 2017 from The University of The Bahamas.
Harris-Smith participated in various exhibitions including The National Arts Festival Open Category (2012), “At Random” Popop Studios (2014), Transforming Spaces Popop Studios (2015), Transforming Spaces the Towne Hotel (2016), “In Progress” The Island House (2017),“Issa Wybe” The Central Bank of The Bahamas (2018), The Chan Pratt Foundation Fundraiser (2019), and Transforming Spaces Popop Forever (2019). She was also the recipient of the 2016 Popop Ivca Junior Residency Program, Bahamian representative for Caribbean Linked IV (2016), and photographer for the The Bahamian Project (2017).
Harris-Smith's first solo exhibition, “A-Figuration”, was held at The National Art Gallery of the Bahamas (July - August 2016). Her second solo exhibition “Aperture” was held at The Current Bahamar (2018). Her first dual exhibition “Identity”, was held January 2020 at Doongalik Studios, with artist Spurgeonique Morley. Harris-Smith is an art teacher at S.C. McPherson Junior High School.
She is a multidisciplinary artist focusing on human culture and perception.