BNG provides a national platform for local artists and presents their work alongside international exhibitions that are relevant to our community, and reflect our stories. Tours of the gallery and all current exhibitions can be organised, free of charge, for groups large or small. Please call ahead to check on availability.
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
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 Bermuda National Gallery is a space that facilitates the sharing of ideas, dialogue and discussion. The gallery hosts hosts a range of engaging exhibitions, events and programmes for all ages.
BNG Youth Arts Council
The fall semester starts on October 10th. Students will meet in the gallery every Saturday from 10am to 12pm for a dynamic programme led by 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.
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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 by becoming a member today.
Members enjoy free access to BNG exhibitions, a discount on all BNG events and education programmes as well as exclusive invitations to exhibition openings.