What’s In A Name

With Titan Tours Titan Tours will be hosting the What’s In a Name Tour on Saturday, September 25 as part of their African Dispersion Cultural Tours. The tour will explore the history of naming enslaved people, and the lasting impacts that this has had on the Black community. Guests will be picked up from the steps of the City Hall

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Applications Open Online

2022 Bermuda Biennial We are now accepting submissions for the 2022 Bermuda Biennial. We have set up an online portal where you can download the entry guidelines and submit your application. This year we are introducing a $20 reduced application fee for students (under 25 with a valid student ID). The application fee for adults remains $40. This covers our

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Meet our Summer Students

BNG Internship Programme The past few months have been busy behind the scenes at the gallery and we would like to extend a big thank you to our three summer students who have helped our small but dedicated team navigate several large projects. Eanajah Armstrong, Katherine Grainge and Gabrielle-Hadassah Reid recently wrapped up a 10 week placement with the Bermuda

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Gallery Shop Opens Online

All Purchases Support BNG We are pleased to announce that you can now shop BNG online. Pick up an original artwork by Jon Legere or support art with asignature BNG T-shirt, designed by local graphic designer Averie Graham and printed in Bermuda.  Every purchase directly supports the day-to-day operations of the gallery. There are also a selection of Bermuda National Gallery

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Explore the Gallery

Current Exhibitions We have been hard at work behind the scenes at the gallery and are pleased to now have a total of 5 exhibitions on display. In Dark Seas: Swimming with Sea Butterflies is our newest exhibition, now open in the BNG Project Space and produced in collaboration with BIOS. We also recently opened The Shadow Land: Cape Dorset

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BNG Project Space

BNG X BIOS We are pleased to open the BNG Project Space with a new exhibition produced in collaboration with the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences (BIOS).  Recognizing that art and science are two parts of the same human drive to know and to understand, In Dark Seas: Swimming With Sea Butterflies  presents a selection of artworks produced as part of on-ongoing

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Call to Artists

Teaching Opportunities Are you an artist with skills to share? We are currently working on our fall programming and are looking for artists to teach a variety of classes, both for adults and children, over a wide range of creative areas from drawing and painting to photography and textiles.  If you would be interested in teaching at the Bermuda National

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Continuity and Connectivity

Mitchell Klink Mitchell Klink quickly immersed himself in Bermuda’s art scene after moving to the island, joining the board of the Bermuda National Gallery 6 months later. Having spent over 10 years at Atlanta’s High Museum, where he led docent tours and gave talks, Mitchell joined BNG with a focus on visitor experience, arts education and strategic planning, culminating in

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Digital Art Zone

Art & Tech Summer Camp Amongst the shopfronts that line the upper level of the Washington Mall in Hamilton, the BNG Digital Art Zone stands out like a beacon. The pop-up satellite education space, which is generously supported by Washington Properties, is home to the 2021 Art & Tech summer camp programme. Inside, students aged 11 to 14 have been

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Studio Tour

Abi Box Abi Box recently gave BNG Contributing Members an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of her artist studio. Based in Somerset on the western edge of the island, the studio leads out onto a dock facing the harbour, where Abi often paints and which she credits with imbuing her work with a lighter, brighter and more abstract approach than she has

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