Hope you’re all excited for Bermuda Day and that you have big plans for the day off – if you are working on Friday, I hope you are being paid very well for it. Either way, you can officially get back in the water now so let the summer fun begin! Here is the latest listing of Bermuda events to get you started:
There are new exhibits now open at Bermuda Society of Arts (BSoA) in City Hall. Due to popular demand, the Onions Gallery will be extending their exhibit Heritage Month: Colours, Sights and Sounds of Bermuda, by another three weeks. This is a collaboration between City Hall and BSoA that coincided with the City Art Festival and has a focus on the beauty of Bermuda and the art it inspires. The Edinburgh Gallery will showcase Suspended in Time by Emily Bierman, inspired by dreams, memories and perception. Studio A is exhibiting At My Brother’s Birthday Party, a collection of works in acrylic by Amanda Perry and Studio B is displaying the work of Kayla Jackson, a student artists whose work is mainly illustration in mixed media, watercolour and acrylic. All exhibits will run until June 4th.