New Education Officer

Rehana Packwood Rehana Packwood recently joined the BNG team as our new Education Officer. Rehana recently returned home to Bermuda from London, where she was completing a Masters in Cultural and Creative Industries at Kings College. Having spent several years teaching in both England and Japan, Rehana brings a fresh perspective to our arts education programming. Passionate about digital art,

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National Volunteer Week

Supporting BNG National Volunteer Week, which takes place from April 18-24, was established in 1974 to recognize and reflect upon the incredible impact of those who volunteer their time and services to the community. We’d like to take this opportunity to extend a big thank you to each and every one of our volunteers who play a vital role in

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Art & Tech Summer Camp

Registration Now Open Registration for the BNG Art & Tech Summer Camp is now open. The programme, which will run in July and August, will focus on digital art making techniques for students age 11 to 14 under the direction of our new Education Officer Rehana Packwood. The camp will take 10 students per week who will be based between the gallery and a pop-up BNG Education Satellite Space in the

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Bermuda National Gallery virtual tour

Immersive Digital Tour

New Virtual Experience See the Bermuda National Gallery like you’ve never seen it before! You can now explore BNG from the comfort of your own home with a new 360 degree immersive digital walkthrough of our current exhibitions.  We have partnered with the team at Burnt House Productions to provide this innovative, interactive experience which fundamentally changes how we can give the community access to our exhibitions, provide

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Sumer Camp Registration

Priority Booking for Members The BNG Art & Tech Summer Camp returns in July and August with a focus on digital art making techniques under the direction of our new Education Officer Rehana Packwood. Rehana recently returned from London to take up the role, where is she is completing an MA in Cultural and Creative Industries at King’s College, having

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Student by Jonothan Mhondorohuma Bermuda National Gallery

Free Public Art

Par-La-Ville Sculpture Park The doors to the Bermuda National Gallery remain temporarily closed in line with current Covid-19 regulations but you can enjoy a range of free, public artworks from the BNG Collection on display in the City of Hamilton.  Why not pack a picnic and enjoy the beautiful spring weather in the peaceful surroundings of the Par-La-Ville Sculpture Park, a joint project between the Corporation of Hamilton and

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Fundraising Event

Pirates Of Bermuda Bermuda National Gallery Chairman Gary Phillips, OBE, JP has been seized as a hostage by the Pirates of Bermuda and has until Saturday, April 10 to raise his ransom. Will Gary have to walk the plank into the chilly waters of Hamilton Harbour or will he raise his ransom and be saved? His fate is in your hands. Please make

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Volunteer Opportunities

Join the BNG Family Volunteers are integral to the growth and ongoing work of the Bermuda National Gallery. Our volunteers bring skills and knowledge that complement and supplement those of the staff — their passion and insight enhance the work we do in every way. Presently, we have volunteers that serve as front desk hosts, event staff and that assist

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Ilusion & Abstraction: Capturing the Landscape

Illusion & Abstraction

Capturing the Landscape “I think of this exhibit as a love letter to nature and Bermuda written over a couple hundred years, by artists who loved different aspects, and say it in different ways.” says guest curator Mitchell Klink. lllusion & Abstraction: Capturing the Landscape is on now at BNG and runs through to September. We asked Mitchell to talk

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Gherdai Hassell I Am Because You Are

I Am Because You Are

Gherdai Hassell The Bermuda National Gallery is pleased to present the first solo exhibition by Gherdai Hassell. I Am Because You Are opens to the public on Friday, March 12.  In 2019, the former Bermuda Biennial artist uncovered a family tree which traced her lineage back eight generations from Bermuda via St Kitts to Africa, where her ancestor was captured and enslaved. Driven by

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