This year marks the 30th anniversary of the Bermuda National Gallery, which grew from a collective of artists who returned to the island in the 1970s after studying abroad; their shared workspace becoming a place of collaboration and discussion for young, visionary Bermudian artists.
A dynamic exhibition space with an energetic staff and volunteer team, BNG presents innovative exhibitions and programming for every member of your family, delivering world-class art and culture experiences in the heart of Hamilton.
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Connect with art and discover more a member of the Bermuda National Gallery. Members enjoy unlimited free access to the gallery, discounts on special events and education programmes, as well as invitations to exhibition openings.
Make a Donation
As a registered charity (#288), the Bermuda National Gallery relies on community funding for exhibitions, education programmes and day to day operations. Every gift makes a difference. Please show your support by by making a donation today.
Volunteer with Us
Join the Bermuda National Gallery family! Volunteers play a vital role in supporting the gallery and its small team of staff. If you possess a love of art, enjoy interacting with people, can spare a few hours and would like to get involved please get in touch.
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Leave a Gift in your Will
The Bermuda National Gallery began thanks to the generosity of Hereward T. Watlington who bequeathed his art collection to the nation. Your gift, no matter how large or small, could impact the gallery and its audience for generations to come.
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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.