Learning with Art
Bermuda National Gallery education 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 endeavours 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.
The Bermuda National Gallery offers a variety of education programmes in conjunction with current exhibitions for learners of all ages.
After School: Drawing for Animation
During the school year, BNG offers an after-school intensive programme for high school students aged 13 to 17. Students will meet every Tuesday and Thursday and learn to create their own short animations.
Free children’s activity booklets to accompany current exhibitions are available in the gallery. Packs can also be downloaded via the exhibition pages, for those who wish to explore the gallery online.
The Bermuda National Gallery offers free art tours to all schools. These can be linked with the classroom curriculum to support class studies and projects as needed. Guided school visits must be booked in advance.
BNG Urban Sketch
Free and open via drop in, BNG Urban Sketch meets on the first Saturday of each month from 11am – 1pm. Participants visit different locations around Hamilton to sketch from life and share creative community.
Yoga in the Gallery
Set aside time for yourself, and connect with art in a whole new way at Yoga in the Gallery with artist and instructor Tiffany Paynter. Classes run every Monday from 1-2pm in the peaceful setting of BNG.
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.