Stories

The Spoken Word

Tiffany Paynter Tiffany Paynter describes herself, in the words of feminist writer and Civil Rights activist Audre Lorde, as ‘a black lesbian woman poet warrior.’ The artist, who teaches poetry and creative writing, exhibited God Gap in the 2018 Bermuda Biennial What We Share. The spoken word poem, which Tiffany performed at the BNG every week throughout the duration of

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An Ode To Mary Prince

Joscelyn Gardner The story of Mary Prince and her impactful contribution to the British abolitionist movement has been a focal point of Joscelyn Gardner’s work for many years. The Barbadian artist, whose mixed media artworks are rooted in her (white) Creole heritage, explores the influence of colonial and patriarchal systems on Caribbean history. As we head into the Cup Match

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In Colour

Naimah Frith The bright colours and bold stance of Whining Queen greet you with confidence as you enter the 2020 Bermuda Biennial. Taking up an entire wall of the Humann Gallery, Niamah Frith’s fabric and chalk pastel portrait, which the artist describes as “an examination and celebration of the black feminine body, a site of resistance, power and resilience” sets

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Art + Tech

BNG Summer Camp The students in the Bermuda National Gallery Art + Tech Summer Camp have just completed the first week of the 2020 programme. For the first time, the students have been given exclusive access to the BNG, which remains closed to the public during the week. This allows them to immerse themselves fully in the exhibitions which serve

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Studio Tour

Christina Hutchings Step into the studio with Christina Hutchings. Located at home in Bermuda, it is a working space split into two rooms: the first centred around a large drawing table where she conceptualises the work and develops it through detailed drawings; the second for painting, where she completes the artwork, led by colour and material. The artist gives us

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Christina Hutchings

Art And Architecture An instinctive eye for colour and composition combine with a meticulous attention to detail in the work of Bermudian artist Christina Hutchings. A distinct discipline informs her fine art practice, gained from many years spent working as an architect in New York for cutting edge designers Peter Marino and Henry Smith-Miller. Christina, who now focuses solely on

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Membership Benefits

Reciprocal memberships 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 for the arts by becoming a member today. Members enjoy free access to BNG exhibitions, discounts on special events and educational programmes, as well as exclusive invitations to exhibition openings. Alongside the standard membership benefits, both Contributing

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Update: Voices Of The Pandemic

Watch The Teaser Video Voices Of The Pandemic is a project by artist and filmmaker Milton Raposo, founder of Method Media and former deputy chair of the Bermuda Arts Council, which explores life in Bermuda amid the coronavirus outbreak and its effect on our communities. His previous projects include FABRIC: Portuguese History In Bermuda and Osbourne’s Day Out: North Rock Tank to North Rock. The making of the film, which is part

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Best Of Bermuda Awards

Winners On Display At BNG The winners of The Bermudian‘s 30th annual Best of Bermuda Awards, which were voted for by the public, have been announced. Congratulations to 2020 Bermuda Biennial artists Jayde Gibbons who won Best Photographer and NOBODY for Best Visual Artist.  See works from both of the artists in Let Me Tell You Something, the2020 Bermuda Biennial which is on display at the BNG

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Welcoming You Back

Reopening the BNG On the 16th March BNG took the unprecedented step of temporarily closing the gallery. We have been working hard behind the scenes to get the gallery ready for reopening and we look forward to welcoming you back this weekend. The gallery will be open on Saturday, 4th July, exclusively for BNG members who can enjoy a private

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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.

 

Support art. Become a BNG member today.