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Made Possible by the Christian Humann Foundation We’re thrilled to offer free admission for the whole family for 2024. A big thank you to the Christian Humann Foundation for making this possible for a second year running and ensuring that gallery admission is available for all. The Christian Humann Foundation has been a significant supporter of Bermuda National Gallery for
Made Possible by the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club We are offering free transport to and from the gallery for school children through to April. The programme is made possible by the generous support of the Hamilton Princess Hotel & Beach Club who have generously loaned their minibus. Schools island-wide are invited to sign up for a free art tour, and free transportation,
Ebony G. Patterson and Helen Toomer Last week we welcomed multimedia artist Ebony G. Patterson and art fair organiser Helen Toomer to Bermuda to jury the 2024 Bermuda Biennial. Over 200 individual artworks were submitted, from which the pair selected 33 to be displayed in the exhibition. The jurors gave an insightful talk at the Bacardi headquarters for artists who
A Bermuda Interlude: Paintings by Owen Merton Thank you to everyone who braved the rain to join us for the Members’ Preview of A Bermuda Interlude: Paintings by Owen Merton. The exhibition, which is now on display in the Ondaatje Wing, presents a striking series of watercolours painted by New Zealand artist Owen Merton (1887-1931) in the year he spent
Schools Visit Interactive Exhibition Over 150 students have visited the Gallery to experience Elizabeth Mulderig’s Bermuda Wonderland since the exhibition opened this fall. Aimed at children and children-at-heart, Bermuda’s best-selling children’s author and illustrator depicts each of the island’s nine parishes through the lens of Alice in Wonderland in a series of large-scale paintings in which characters from Lewis Carroll’s
Connection and Community in Bermuda Art Thank you to everyone who joined us for the opening of A Sense of Belonging: Connection and Community in Bermuda Art, curated by Dr. Edwin M.E. Smith. It was a fantastic evening. If you haven’t seen the exhibition yet, make sure to stop by! The exhibition brings together works by artists of Bermudian heritage,
Artist Talk and Live Music October saw the launch of Bermuda’s inaugural Art Month, hosted by the Bermuda Tourism Authority, in a celebration of the arts at cultural institutions across the island. The opening event was held at BNG in collaboration with Gherdai Hassell who gave a talk about her practice in partnership with fellow former Bermuda Biennial artist Yesha
Kaleidoscope Arts Foundation Fundraiser As part of the closing celebrations for Simplicity of Form: Unfolding Abstraction, we collaborated with Kaleidoscope Art Foundation to display a series of artworks made by students aged 2 to 18 in their after-school programmes which were inspired by the exhibition. The exhibition, which brought together an unparalleled selection of artwork from the Green family’s private collection, was the
Step into Elizabeth Mulderig’s World Thank you to everyone who joined us for the opening of Bermuda Wonderland by Elizabeth Mulderig. It was a fantastic evening. If you haven’t seen the exhibition yet, make sure to stop by and see Bermuda as you’ve never seen it before. Bermuda’s best-selling children’s author and illustrator depicts each of the island’s nine parishes
2024 Bermuda Biennial We invite all Bermudian artists and artists living in Bermuda, to submit work to the 2024 Bermuda Biennial, sponsored by Bacardi Limited. The exhibition, which has been showcasing the best of Bermuda art for over three decades, will be juried by Chicago based Jamaican multimedia artist Ebony G. Patterson and N.Y.C based art fair director Helen Toomer.
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