Bermuda National Gallery

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Situated in the heart of Hamilton in the City Hall & Arts Centre, BNG houses Bermuda’s national art collection and connects the island’s community through art, culture and dialogue.

A dynamic arts and culture institution with an energetic staff and volunteer team, the Bermuda National Gallery hosts engaging exhibitions, events and programmes for all ages.  

Admission: $5 for adults, free for BNG members, seniors, students and NARM members.

Opening hours:
Monday closed
Tuesday to Friday 10am – 4pm
Saturday 10am – 2pm

Please note that visitors must wear a mask and adhere to social distancing regulations. A government SafeKey is not required for general admission, however it is required for events. 

Current Exhibitions

BNG provides a national platform for Bermudian art and artists, presenting their work alongside international exhibitions. Private tours of current exhibitions can be arranged for groups large or small. Please call ahead to book in advance.

The Bermuda Biennial: A Retrospective presents a selection of artworks produced for the Bermuda Biennial which have been collected by the Bermuda National Gallery over the last three decades. Seen together for the first time, these provide an insight into the evolution of contemporary art in Bermuda. 

This photographic exhibition by Meredith Andrews, produced by the Bermuda National Gallery in partnership with KBB to celebrate the launch of consultation process on the ban of single use plastics by the government of Bermuda, is a stark reminder of the ramifications of life in the 21st century.

Examining our relationship with the natural world through three distinct lenses: Realism, Depth & Space; Atmosphere, Colour & Light; Shape, Form & Line, Illusion and Abstraction looks at the ways in which artists have both faithfully translated and refracted the landscape. 

This exhibition, the first in the Bacardi Collections Series, focuses on stone cut prints produced in the 1960s by the first generation of full time Inuit artists based at Cape Dorset. The settlement, in Canada’s Arctic territories, is widely considered to be the epicenter of contemporary Inuit Art. 

Curated by Alice Moniz as part of the Bermuda National Gallery Internship Programme, this exhibition celebrates the old town’s unique place in Bermuda’s historic, contemporary and artistic landscape, offering an original perspective on life in St George’s in the 20th century. 

Par-La-Ville Sculpture Park is a joint project between BNG and the Corporation of Hamilton situated in the Queen Elizabeth Park in the center of Hamilton. There are numerous artworks on display throughout the grounds, which form part of Bermuda’s National Sculpture Collection.  


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Biennial Jurors Revealed

2022 Bermuda Biennial We are thrilled to be preparing for the 2022 Bermuda Biennial as it is our 30th anniversary and the 15th iteration of this exciting exhibition. The theme, A New Vocabulary: Past. Present. Future, was born out of the challenges and changes that we have all been through over the past two years. In recognition

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Jill Amos Raine

My Time in Cape Dorset Please join us for an insightful talk by local artist Jill Amos Raine on Thursday, December 9. There will be a drinks reception at 5.30pm, followed by the talk at 6pm. Jill will be discussing her time in Cape Dorset (Kinngait), Nunavut, in the Arctic

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Upcoming Events

The Bermuda National Gallery is a space that facilitates the sharing of ideas, dialogue and discussion.
The gallery hosts a range of engaging exhibitions, events and programmes for all ages.  

As a registered charity, the Bermuda National Gallery relies on community funding for exhibitions, education programmes and day to day operations. Please show your support by becoming a member today.

Members enjoy free access to BNG exhibitions, a discount on all BNG events and education programmes as well as exclusive invitations to exhibition openings.


Support art. Become a BNG member today.