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Centipede art movement working for nothing 2014

Centipede Art Movement

The Power of Performance Art Centipede Art Movement is a grass roots collaborative conceived by staff and students at the Bermuda College. The guerilla movement, which was founded in 2014, aims to promote contemporary Bermudian art and create a space for local artists to work together. With a focus on performance art, Centipede Art Movement aspires to disrupt what it

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Internship Programme

Alice Moniz Our most recent exhibition, A Source of Inspiration: St George’s as Seen Through the Bermuda National Gallery Collection, was curated by Alice Moniz as part of the BNG Internship Programme. For the history of art graduate, who will shortly be going on to a second internship at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice, the exhibition marked the culmination of a 3 month placement in which she shadowed the BNG team in

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Becoming by Katie Ewles 2020 Bermuda Biennial

Art and Music

Katie Ewles Katie Ewles refers to her 2020 Bermuda Biennial artwork  Becoming  as “a collection of individual experiences”, describing it as “a catalyst for people to safely connect, to feel part of something; to interact with people beyond the boundaries of space, time and six feet”. The installation, which has taken on new meaning in the context of the pandemic, looks at the relationship between our individual and

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2020 Bermuda Biennial Let Me Tell You Something

Biennial in Retrospect

Let Me Tell You Something The doors to the gallery have reopened, providing a four-week window to see Let Me Tell You Something the 2020 Bermuda Biennial before it closes on the 6th February. The exhibition opened in early March when the coronavirus pandemic had yet to reach our shores. The artworks were all made before anyone had heard of Covid-19 and yet so many of them speak to the tumultuous events that were to unfurl in the year ahead.   Looking at

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Peaceful Art Protest Mural Project

Dennis Joaquin The City of Hamilton’s mayor, Charles Gosling, together with Bermuda National Gallery director Peter Lapsley last week unveiled two murals produced as part of the Peaceful Art Protest in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. The public artworks mark a collaboration between the BNG and VIVID – the City of Hamilton’s Public Art Initiative as part of

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New Exhibitions

Opening March 2021 The Bermuda National Gallery is pleased to present I Am Because You Are, the first solo show by emerging Bermudian artist Gherdai Hassell, which opens in March 2021. Driven by an exploration of her own ancestral heritage,  the former Biennial artist examines the lasting impacts of slavery; re-imagining the identities of enslaved Bermudians in a series of striking portraits, installation and text inspired by historic photographs discovered in the Bermuda Archives. The multi-media exhibition merges photographic installation with portraiture in a meditation on time

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Join the BNG Team

We’re Hiring! Are you passionate about the arts and its role in our community? We are looking for an engaged and enthusiastic individual to oversee the Bermuda National Gallery’s education programmes. This is an exciting opportunity to join the BNG team and support our mission and vision. We are looking for an educator who can work with a range of ages, from Early

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bermuda national gallery city hall and arts centre hamilton city hall & arts centre

Temporary Closure

BNG Open Online As matter of care for the health and safety of our volunteers, visitors and staff amidst the growing concerns around the spread of Covid-19, our physical space is temporarily closed until further notice. However, BNG remains open online where we have launched a new exhibition as well as a public art project in Hamilton! We are closely

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Rupert Lovejoy Bermuda National Gallery

New Digital Exhibition

A Source of Inspiration A new exhibition, which was planned to open later this week before our temporary closure, is now open online. Curated by Alice Moniz as part of the Bermuda National Gallery internship programme, A Source of Inspiration: St Georges As Seen Through the Bermuda National Gallery Collection celebrates the old town’s unique place in Bermuda’s historic, contemporary and artistic landscape.  

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Sami Lill Uber Super Duper Bermuda National Gallery

Think Big

Interview with BNG Mentor Sami Lill When it comes to design “doing the safe thing is actually the most risky thing you can do” says Sami Lill, founder of award-winning Hamilton based creative agency Uber Super Duper.  The creative director, who counts Sony and IKEA amongst his clients alongside numerous local businesses, stresses the importance of taking risks and connecting with people in order to stand

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