Fall Art Classes

Registration Now Open

Registration is now open for our fall art programmes. BNG education initiatives are designed to provide opportunities for creative and independent thinking through an exchange of ideas and art education. Students develop art appreciation, critical thinking skills and creative problem solving.

Spaces are limited. Secure your spot today to avoid disappointment. 


The Bermuda National Gallery’s after-school programme for high-school students ages 14-18, continues this year, with students meeting twice a week to learn to create their own short animations on iPad, building a foundation of the principles of drawing and animation.

The programme is a natural fit for teens looking to build their portfolio and deepen skills gained in the Art+Tech summer camp. Classes, which begin on October 4 and run through to November 17, take place every Tuesday and Thursday from 3.45-5.15pm. 

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This year, the Bermuda National Gallery will be running a Mid-Term Break camp from October 24-28. The theme of this year’s camp, for ages 8-12, is Narrative Art.

Join us as we make comics, create flipbooks, illustrate poetry, and more! Our camp will be limited to fourteen students who will be based between the gallery and the BNG’s satellite education space in Washington Mall. Camp will run from 9am-3pm

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BNG Urban Sketch is a free monthly meetup for artists of all ages to go out into the city and sketch together. Participants meet in the gallery on the first Saturday of each month from 11am – 1pm and visit different locations around Hamilton to sketch from life.

The programme is free and open to all to drop in. All you need is a sketchbook and pencil, but you can bring any supplies you would like to work with. Please note that BNG members receive a 10% discount on art supplies at the Stationery Store.

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Reboot, refresh and restart as we head into fall with a new 6 week series of Yoga in the Gallery with Tiffany Paynter.

Tiffany, a three-time Bermuda Biennial artist, studied at the International Sivananda School. She recently launched SOHAM, a social enterprise dedicated to providing lifelong, practical mental health tools through yoga.

Classes, which are held in the striking setting of the gallery, run September 26 to October 31, and take place every Monday from 1-2pm. Spaces are limited and must be booked in advance. Individual classes are $20 for BNG members and $25 for non-members.

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The class is open to beginners. Alternative poses will be given for more advanced students. Please bring your own yoga mat.