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Dr Edwin M.E. Smith Turning a private practice into a public one, Dr Edwin M.E. Smith created one of his signature duct tape works live at the City Art Fest. It was an important moment for the artist and educator, who is passionate about the importance of creating opportunities for the audience to witness, and interact with, artists as art
Sponsored by Butterfield We are currently seeking applications for our BNG Internship Programme. Sponsored by Butterfield, this is a three-month paid programme that provides on-the-job training in all aspects of museum operations for students aged 18 to 25. There is a new intake every quarter and we are currently seeking applications for the 2024 Spring, Summer and Fall placements. The BNG internship is a
Dr Kristy Warren and Ami Zanders Art allows us to tell our stories. Never was this more evident than in Embers, the first collaboration between academic Dr Kristy Warren and artist Ami Zanders. The short film, which was produced for the 2022 Bermuda Biennial, layers animation, archival research, legend, symbolism, and poetry to explore the life of Sally Bassett. This
Looking Back at 2022 As we come to the close of 2022, it is incredible to look back and realise that this time last year we hadn’t yet opened The African Collection: Our People, Our Places, Our Stories, the first exhibition in what would become a banner year for the Bermuda National Gallery and a showcase for what is possible when
Teresa Kirby Smith Fine art photographer Teresa Kirby Smith settled in Bermuda over 10 years ago. Her photography practice is split into two distinct approaches: the Night Photographs – shot in black and white on medium format film, often using the moon as the only light source – and the Colour Photographs – which, by contrast, are shot on a
Celebrating 100 Years of Art Happy City Art Fest 2022! What a fantastic event City Art Fest turned out to be! It was an amazing afternoon full of engaging artists, workshops, vendors and activities and we were blown away by the community turnout. We welcomed hundreds of families through the doors of City Hall & Arts Centre over the course
Join the BNG Family Volunteers are integral to the growth and ongoing work of the Bermuda National Gallery. Our volunteers bring skills and knowledge that complement and supplement those of the staff — their passion and insight enhance the work we do in every way. Presently, we have volunteers that serve as front desk hosts, event staff and that assist with exhibition
Special Bermuda Biennial 2022 Dispatch Issue 2022 of MOKO: New Vocabularies features a Special Bermuda Biennial 2022 Dispatch. The digital magazine, dedicated to Caribbean arts and letters, was co-founded by Richard Georges, the poetry juror for this year’s Biennial. The special dispatch presents a selection of art and poetry featured in the exhibition. Of the Biennial, Andre Bagoo, MOKO’s Managing Editor, writes: “To help
December 11 This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Bermuda National Gallery and the 70th anniversary of the Bermuda Society of Arts! Join us to celebrate this combined 100 years of art on Sunday, December 11, at the City Art Fest! Come for an afternoon of gallery tours, workshops and live performances spanning art, poetry and music. Free activities for the whole family and free
By Jacqueline Alma Standing on the lawn outside the City Hall & Arts Centre is The Birdcage, a 2022 Bermuda Biennial artwork by Jacqueline Alma. The three birdcages were created as a way to encourage people to express their own version of Past, Present and Future in response to the theme of this year’s exhibition. People can choose where to stand
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