“Like a Tree Let the

Dead Leaves Drop”

Local artist Jacqueline Alama’s body of work, which includes drawings, painting, sculpture and multimedia, explores deeply personal experiences whilst speaking to universal themes of love, loss and existence. 

“What’s Poppin’!

Pop Art and its influence”

Presenting works from Andy Warhol and Lichstenstein to Banksy and Kaws, explore the role of the Pop Art movement and the ways in which its philosophy and process continues to influence 21st century artists. 

“Fragile Treasures:

Land & Sea”

The local landscape has been a source of inspiration to many artists. Discover the work of American Expressionists who flocked to the island to capture Bermuda’s special quality of light and the region’s natural beauty. 


Early Years Programme

This programme for children ages 2 to 5 is designed to introduce them to the musuem 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 exhibitions and  collections as a starting point, students create a portfolio of artworks on iPads, incorporating drawing, photography and creative writing skills. 

Youth Arts Council Programme

The Youth Arts Council, aimed at children aged 13 to 17, produces art activities relevant to the concerns of teens today. Students meet new friends, develop leadership, public speaking and entrepreneurial skills. 

Teacher Training

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.

School Tours

BNG offers free art tours to all schools. Tours can be linked with the classroom curriculum to support class studies and projects as needed. Must be booked in advance.

  Gallery Tours 

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 availablity.

ABOUT: Media & News

Point House Mural Project

October 21, 2019

Royal Gazette Newspaper (October 21, 2019): Mount Saint Agnes Academy won an art competition which gave a facelift to a spot in the heart of Hamilton. Please click “image” above to read full article.

BNG Announces Biennial Dates

October 6, 2019

Bernews (October 6, 2019):Bermuda National Gallery has announced the dates for the 2020 Bermuda Biennial, with applications for the event to be submitted by January 6, 2020. Please click “image” above to read full article.

New Trustees at BNG

September 5, 2019

Bernews (September 5, 2019): Bermuda National Gallery [BNG] is welcoming Ian Hind, Cameron Snaith, and Mitchell Klink to the its Board of Trustees. Please click “image” above to read full article.

New Executive Director at BNG

September 13, 2018

Royal Gazette Newspaper (September 13, 2018): The Trustees of the Bermuda Fine Art Trust (“Bermuda National Gallery”) are pleased to announce that Mr. Peter Lapsley has been selected as the BNG’s new Executive Director. Please click “image” above to read full article.


Bermuda National Gallery, registered charity #288, relies on community funding for exhibitions, education programmes, and day-to-day operations. Please give a donation today!

Join The BNG Family!

Volunteers play a vital role in supporting the work of Bermuda National Gallery. If you possess a love of art, enjoy interacting with people, can spare 2-3 hours per week and would like to get involved, please contact: or 295-9428.

Our membership base represents the diversity of Bermuda’s population, and together we enable the potential for art and culture to prosper on our Island. To become a member, please contact: or 295-9428. 

Host Your Next Event @ BNG

Support the BNG by renting the museum for your next special event, cocktail reception, AGM, award ceremony, or presentation. For more information please contact: or 295-9428.