Art in Bermuda going places

November 20, 2021  |  News

The 20th century has arguably produced the most art movements in the history of Western art. While there are no definitive criteria as to what constitutes an art movement, it is generally accepted a commonality of ideologies, philosophy, techniqu... Read more

MWI Client Art & Photography At BSoA

Events, Press Release  |  October 12, 2021

An art and photography exhibit by clients of Mid-Atlantic Wellness Institute [MWI] will be open until Monday, October 18 at the Bermuda Society of Arts in City Hall. A spokesperson said, “This year’s art and photography exhibit by clients of Mid-Atlantic Wellness Institute will be open until... Read more

Introducing Lance Tucker: The Artist

News  |  August 18, 2021

Ever since Lance Tucker’s first solo show went up at the Bermuda Society of Arts at City Hall, people have asked ‘excuse me, are you the artist?’ “It happened last week in the grocery store,” Mr Tucker said. “I felt someone looking at me. I turned around and this lady asked me if... Read more

Collector says art a weapon against Holocaust repeat

News  |  March 23, 2021

Art can help to tell the story of the Holocaust – and help make sure such a horror never happens again, an art collector said this week. Gilad Hayeem, who supplied many of the exhibits for the Shoah exhibition at the Bermuda Society of Arts Gallery from his personal collection, a... Read more

Exhibition on the Holocaust opens tomorrow

Events, News  |  March 11, 2021

An exhibition designed to highlight the horrors of the Holocaust is to open tomorrow. The event was timed for the run-up to Holocaust Remembrance Day. Shoah: Understanding the Holocaust Through Art & Artifacts, organised by the Jewish Community of Bermuda, will be on show at the Bermu... Read more

Showing how Black people led the way to civilisation

News  |  March 1, 2021

In the year 10,000BC Black people led the way, creating tools, domesticating animals and exploring the science, art and cultivation of plants. It is where Melodye Micere Van Putten decided to begin the history lesson she created as part of her graduate studies at Temple University some 30 ye... Read more

Hailey Barbosa Wins BSoA Bursary Award

News  |  January 14, 2021

Hailey Barbosa — who is currently studying Fine Art — has been awarded the $5,000 Bermuda Society of Arts [BSoA] Bursary Award. A spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Society of Arts [BSoA] is pleased to announce that through fundraising efforts, student Hailey Barbosa has been aw... Read more

Timeless works on display at the Bermuda Society of Arts

News  |  December 23, 2020

Rory Jackson’s paintings at the Bermuda Society of Arts are timeless; and by that I mean that they could have been painted in 1930 or this morning. I am old enough to remember the Bermuda of the 1930s and there have certainly been many changes since then. Jackson chose to paint the Bermuda whi... Read more

Art borne of lockdown boredom

News  |  November 27, 2020

When Covid-19 forced Bermuda into lockdown, Kimmisha Perinchief began painting. She was still buzzing over the first-ever sale of one of her works at the beginning of the year, and had quickly become bored of having to shelter in place. “I’ve always been into art. I’ve always liked ... Read more