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New Exhibitions We are excited to announce the opening of two new exhibitions this week: Our People, Our Places, Our Stories: The African Collection, on display in the Humann and Young Galleries, and Testing Boundaries: In the Studio with Nancy Valentine and Christina Hutchings, on display in the Upper Mezzanine. BNG Members get exclusive preview access fromThursday, February 17 through to
Celebrating 30 Years To celebrate our 30th anniversary, we are offering 30% off Individual, Family and Contributing memberships to the Bermuda National Gallery. This offer applies to both new memberships and membership renewals taken out between now and March 31st (valid through to March 2023). Please note all all current memberships expire on March 31. Connect with art and discover
2021 Annual Appeal Dear BNG Family, On behalf of the board of trustees and staff at the Bermuda National Gallery, I’d like to say THANK YOU for supporting our 2021 Annual Appeal campaign. Your donation helps to ensure that BNG can continue to create relevant and impactful exhibitions and arts & culture programming for the community. We are off to an exciting start to
Our People, Our Places, Our Stories: The African Collection We will be opening two new exhibitions at the beginning of February. In celebration of our 30th anniversary year, we will be revisiting one of the Bermuda National Gallery’s inaugural collections in Our People, Our Places, Our Stories: The African Collection, which will be displayed in the Humann and Young Galleries. Part
This is your last chance to see Illusion and Abstraction: Capturing the Landscape and The Shadow Land: Cape Dorset Prints from the Bacardi Collection, which will be closing on Saturday, January 22. Illusion and Abstraction Illusion & Abstraction: Capturing the Landscape looks at how the landscape, once taken for granted, has taken on new meaning and re-ignited our imagination as we continue to navigate the Coronavirus pandemic and the
BNG Urban Sketch Join us this Saturday for the first BNG Urban Sketch session of 2022. Artists of all levels are invited to join this free, drop in programme. Meet Education Officer Rehana Packwood in the gallery at 11am and then head out to visit different locations across Hamilton to sketch from life. This week, the group will be exploring the Par-La-Ville Sculpture Park.
2022 Bermuda Biennial Calling all artists! The deadline for submission to the 2022 Bermuda Biennial is January 31. This year, all applications must be submitted online. Generously sponsored by Bacardi Limited since its inception, the Bermuda Biennial has for the past 30 years provided a uniquecultural cornerstone for our contemporary artists and shines an international spotlight on our people, our places, our stories and our
2022 Bermuda Biennial In celebration of our anniversary year, we are encouraging proposals for public art for the 2022 Bermuda Biennial. Large scale artworks, that sit both within and outside of the walls of the gallery, can be submitted as a proposal. These should be site specific and include a clear written outline of the concept, alongside detailed graphic plans
In Partnership with the Department of Culture To celebrate BNG’s 30th anniversary and the 15th iteration of the Bermuda Biennial we are this year opening up submissions to include poetry. The selection of written works will be overseen by Richard Georges. A writer of essays, fiction, and three collections of poetry, Richard is a founding editor of Moko, an online publication focused on
I Am Because You Are One of the most impactful exhibitions of 2021 was I Am Because You Are, the first solo exhibition by Gherdai Hassell, held at BNG from March through to September. In this striking exhibition, the former Bermuda Biennial artist examined the lasting impacts of slavery: re-imagining the identities of enslaved Bermudians in a series of portraits, texts, and installation inspired
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