High tech art students can get financial aid
The Bermuda National Gallery is offering scholarships to high tech art students wishing to attend the gallery’s summer camp.
The Art+Tech summer camp programme will run in July and August and is open to 15 students each week. Classes will be held at the gallery and the BNG education satellite space in the nearby Washington Mall. Each student will be assigned an iPad and Apple Pencil to work with.
A spokesperson for the gallery said: “To ensure that as many students as possible have access to the course, registration is limited to one week per student. They can choose from three modules – animation, digital painting, and photo editing.
“Scholarships, which cover up to 85 per cent of the cost of camp, are needs-based and will be assigned on a first come, first served basis. The cost of camp is $250 for BNG family members or higher, and $325 for non-members. An annual family membership is included for non-members.
Membership includes unlimited free gallery access for up to four family members – two adults and two children – invitations to exhibition previews and exclusive events plus priority access to all BNG education programmes.
For more information, and to register, click here.
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