New twist on National Gallerys Art of Music Series
Originality is the name of the game when art meets music at the Bermuda National Gallery on Friday evening.
Entertainers have been invited to reinterpret works of their choice from the 2012 Biennial, with an original three- or four-minute composition.
Called Reinterpreting the 2012 Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary Bermuda Art, the event is part of the gallerys Art of Music Series.
Participants include Milton Raposo and Joy T Barnum, Mick and Douglas Jones, Brian and Nicola Swan, James Richardson, Makeen Bartley, Kate Ross, Heather Nova, John Woolridge, Lionel Thomas and Princess Black.
The event begins at 7pm. There will be an open bar and canapés served. Admission: members $75; non-members $100. For further information e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 295-2928.
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