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Behind the scenes with Bermemes As a member of the International Biennial Association, the Bermuda Biennial, sponsored by Bacardi, provides local artists with the opportunity to have their work seen by some of the foremost art professionals in the world. Bermemes caught up with the jurors for this year’s exhibition, Melissa Messina, an independent curator and curator of the Mildred
BNG Puzzles To celebrate the digital launch of 2020 Bermuda Biennial we have produced online jigsaw puzzles of both Gherdai Hassell‘s large scale collage Interactions Bermuda and Antoine Hunt‘s mixed media artwork This Is Not A Home. Click HERE for the Interactions Bermuda puzzle (shown above). Click HERE for the This Is Not A Home puzzle (shown below).
BNG Lecture Series The BNG Lecture Series featuring Jacqueline Alma is now available to watch on the BNG YouTube channel. The film provides a behind the scenes look at Jacqueline’s methodical approach to art making and the background to her dynamic exhibition Like A Tree Let The Dead Leaves Drop which featured drawings and paintings inspired by her personal experiences.
A Mindful Art Activity Carolyn Toogood is a visual arts teacher at Somersfield Academy, where she also runs the Mindful Art Club, an after school programme which encourages primary school students to use art making as way of connecting with their emotions and immersing themselves fully in the present moment. As we navigate these unprecedented times, Carolyn is sharing a series of
The David L. White Collection As we slowly emerge from 4 weeks of shelter in place, and restrictions placed on access to our beaches and nature reserves are lifted, the beauty of our island home shines like never before. Simples pleasures such as walking the trails or dipping a few tentative toes into the ocean take on a new significance.
Finding Comfort In Chaos Jon Legere is a Bermudian mixed media artist who works with video, paint, collage, photography and sculpture. He has shown in numerous galleries globally and his collaborative video installation “TURNS” with mentor Margot Lovejoy was part of the 2002 Whitney Biennial in New York City. His 2020 Bermuda Biennial artwork A Shell Is A Façade, which
Inspiring teens We have launched a dynamic digital programme for the Bermuda National Gallery Youth Arts Council in association with artist and educator Sarai Hines. The free programme, which is aimed at students aged 13-17, provides opportunities for creative and independent thinking by engaging with the arts and culture of today. We sat down with Sarai to discuss her vision for
Art for the NHS Homemade rainbows have been popping up in windows across the globe over the past few weeks as children the world over display them as a sign of hope as they shelter in place. Now some of Britain’s best loved artists have adopted the symbol, creating their own rainbows to show their support for the National Health Service
Art In Isolation Art connects us and reflects our stories. As we collectively shelter in place across the globe, many artists are using this time of enforced isolation to make work that responds to the pandemic and the abrupt changes that it has brought to daily life. Charlie Godet Thomas is a British/ Bermudian artist whose work includes writing, painting,
Supporting BNG This week is National Volunteer Week and to celebrate we wanted to shine a light on some of the volunteers who play a vital role in supporting the BNG. We have 30 active volunteers who work across various sectors of the gallery. Between them they donate close to 2,000 hours per year, the equivalent to a financial donation
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