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Membership Benefits

Reciprocal memberships As a registered charity, the Bermuda National Gallery relies on community funding for exhibitions, education programmes and day to day operations. Please show your support for the arts by becoming a member today. Members enjoy free access to BNG exhibitions, discounts on special events and educational programmes, as well as exclusive invitations to exhibition openings. Alongside the standard membership benefits, both Contributing

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Update: Voices Of The Pandemic

Watch The Teaser Video Voices Of The Pandemic is a project by artist and filmmaker Milton Raposo, founder of Method Media and former deputy chair of the Bermuda Arts Council, which explores life in Bermuda amid the coronavirus outbreak and its effect on our communities. His previous projects include FABRIC: Portuguese History In Bermuda and Osbourne’s Day Out: North Rock Tank to North Rock. The making of the film, which is part

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Best Of Bermuda Awards

Winners On Display At BNG The winners of The Bermudian‘s 30th annual Best of Bermuda Awards, which were voted for by the public, have been announced. Congratulations to 2020 Bermuda Biennial artists Jayde Gibbons who won Best Photographer and NOBODY for Best Visual Artist.  See works from both of the artists in Let Me Tell You Something, the2020 Bermuda Biennial which is on display at the BNG

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Welcoming You Back

Reopening the BNG On the 16th March BNG took the unprecedented step of temporarily closing the gallery. We have been working hard behind the scenes to get the gallery ready for reopening and we look forward to welcoming you back this weekend. The gallery will be open on Saturday, 4th July, exclusively for BNG members who can enjoy a private

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BNG Summer Camp

Register now Registration is now open for the Bermuda National Gallery 2020 Art + Tech Summer Camp. Join new education officer Louisa Bermingham for a summer of fun exploring a variety of art mediums and materials. Students will develop new creative skills from traditional techniques such as drawing, sculpture, printmaking, and textiles to utilizing technology to create stop motion animation and digital drawing.  The camp

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New Education Officer

Louisa Bermingham As the school year draws to a close, we are thrilled to welcome Louisa Bermingham onboard as the Bermuda National Gallery Education Officer. The artist, who trained in textile design before doing a Masters of Art in education, currently teaches art at Paget Primary and sits on the Education Ministry’s Art Curriculum Revising Committee. Louisa will split her

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Interview: Michael Walsh

Ways Of Seeing Michael Walsh is a contemporary artist whose engaging mixed media artworks, which often incorporate an element of performance, ask the visitor to respond and participate. The artist, who lectures at the Bermuda College, has exhibited in the Bermuda Biennial a total of eight times – six alone and twice as a member of the Centipede Art Movement,

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The Art That Sustains Us

The BNG team share their favourite pieces Art can comfort, encourage us to question and help us to concentrate on the present moment in the midst of trying times. The BNG team talk through the artworks that mean the most to them and present the pieces hanging in their own homes which are seeing them through these tumultuous times. Gary

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The Art Affects

In conversation with Gherdai Hassell The Art Affects is a new podcast by 2020 Bermuda Biennial artist Gherdai Hassell which aims to amplify the artwork and voices of artists of the African diaspora.  For her first interview, Gherdai caught up with fellow Bermuda Biennial artist NOBODY. The artist, who has been creating artwork under the pseudonym since 2018 in order to express

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Peaceful Art Protest

Black Lives Matter There are times in each generation when collective action generates fundamental change. Where injustice is recognised and acted upon and the outcomes move our society forward to a better, more just position.  It is with a great deal of hope that our community came together this past weekend to protest systemic injustices on communities of colour in the largest

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Connect with art and discover more with a membership to the Bermuda National Gallery.

Members enjoy unlimited free access to the gallery, a discount on all BNG events and education programmes as well as exclusive invitations to exhibition openings.

Contributing Members also enjoy reciprocal membership at over 1,000 museums across 5 countries through the North American Reciprocal Museum (NARM) Association.

Connect with art. Discover more as a BNG member.