Learning With Art
The Bermuda National Gallery offers a variety of education programmes in conjunction with current exhibitions for learners of all ages.
Early Years Programme
This programme introduces children ages 2 to 5 to the museum space. Classes are designed to encourage gross motor and cognitive skills and develop vocabulary through the use of art for story-telling.
Art + Tech Lab
This is an after school programme for children aged 11 to 14. Using BNG artworks as a starting point, students create a portfolio on iPads, incorporating drawing, photography and creative writing skills.
Youth Arts Council
The Youth Arts Council, aimed at children aged 14 to 17, produces art activities relevant to the concerns of teens today. Students meet new friends, develop leadership, public speaking and entrepreneurial skills.
The Bermuda National Gallery offers free art tours of current exhibitions to all schools. Tours can be linked with the classroom curriculum to support class studies and projects as needed. All school visits must be booked with BNG in advance.
BNG offers professional development training workshops to all teachers and community educators in partnership with the Bermuda Union of Teachers and the Bermuda Educators’ Council.
Why Learn With Art
BNG educations initiatives are designed to provide opportunities for creative and independent thinking through an exchange of ideas and art education. Students develop art appreciation, critical thinking skills and creative problem solving.
BNG endevours to enrich the lives of all school children through free school tours, supplementary art classes, art camps and workshops, as well as at school presentations. For further information please contact email@example.com.
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 and the monthly Conversations lecture series, as well as exclusive invitations to exhibition openings.