The Bermuda Society of Arts (BSoA) is a non-profit organisation that aims to encourage arts and the development of artists in Bermuda. It boasts a membership of over 400 Bermudians and expatriates.
Its gallery features a rolling programme of exhibitions featuring the work of local artists, college students, and others. Workshops, drawing sessions and more are also offered. Visit the official website for details of what’s on.
ArtMart offers visitors the opportunity to purchase unique Bermudian art, jewellery, pottery, crafts, books, and more. Some of the island’s best artists sell their work here.
New residents with an interest in the arts are welcome to become members. For a small annual fee they receive invitations to events, discounts at local art and photography stores, and the opportunity to showcase their work at the gallery.
Opening times are 10 am to 4 pm on weekdays and 10 am to 2 pm on Saturdays. The gallery is closed on Sundays and national holidays.
The Bermuda Society of Arts Gallery is based on the upper floor of City Hall on Church Street in the centre of Hamilton. It’s right next to the island’s main bus station and just a short walk from the ferry terminal.
After your visit, you can pop into the Bermuda National Gallery. It’s situated in the same building. Other attractions nearby include the Perot Post Office, the Bermuda Historical Society Museum, Par-la-Ville Park, and Bermuda Cathedral.