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The Corporation of Hamilton's 225th anniversary celebrations, which kicked off on January 8, continue in the Bermuda National Gallery with an exhibition showcasing “all things Hamilton”.

The show at the gallery in City Hall is dedicated to art of all media highlighting Hamilton's history and beauty, in honour of the city's first democratic elections in 1795.

All things Hamilton: artist Tai-Quan Ottley's view of Hamilton is part of an exhibition at the Bermuda National Gallery in City Hall as the city celebrates its 225th anniversary and its first democratic elections of 1795 (Photograph by Akil Simmons)
All things Hamilton: Tim Wiest from Seattle views work a 3D Origami by Elsa Barros. To celebrate 225 years of serving the community and the first democratic elections that took place in 1795, the Corporation of Hamilton continued its year-long celebration with the “A City Celebrates” exhibition. The Exhibit showcases art of all mediums and highlights the beauty and history of the City (Photograph by Akil Simmons)
To celebrate 225 years of serving the community and the first democratic elections that took place in 1795, the Corporation of Hamilton continued their year-long celebration with the “A City Celebrates” exhibition showcasing all things “Hamilton”. The Exhibit showcases art of all mediums and highlights the beauty and history of the City. Pictured- Portrait of Charles Gosling, Samantha Gosling, 2013 (Photograph by Akil Simmons)
To celebrate 225 years of serving the community and the first democratic elections that took place in 1795, the Corporation of Hamilton continued their year-long celebration with the “A City Celebrates” exhibition showcasing all things “Hamilton”. The Exhibit showcases art of all mediums and highlights the beauty and history of the City. Pictured Center- Marquette of We Arrive, E.Chesley Trott, 2009(Photograph by Akil Simmons)
To celebrate 225 years of serving the community and the first democratic elections that took place in 1795, the Corporation of Hamilton continued their year-long celebration with the “ City Celebrates” hibition showcasing all things “Hamilton”. The Exhibit showcases art of all mediums and highlights the beauty and history of the City. Pictured- Bermuda Underway 2017, Graham Foster (Photograph by Akil Simmons)
To celebrate 225 years of serving the community and the first democratic elections that took place in 1795, the Corporation of Hamilton continued their year-long celebration with the “A City Celebrates” exhibition showcasing all things “Hamilton”. The Exhibit showcases art of all mediums and highlights the beauty and history of the City. (Photograph by Akil Simmons)
To celebrate 225 years of serving the community and the first democratic elections that took place in 1795, the Corporation of Hamilton continued their year-long celebration with the “A City Celebrates” exhibition showcasing all things “Hamilton”. The Exhibit showcases art of all mediums and highlights the beauty and history of the City. (Photograph by Akil Simmons)
To celebrate 225 years of serving the community and the first democratic elections that took place in 1795, the Corporation of Hamilton continued their year-long celebration with the “A City Celebrates” exhibition showcasing all things “amilton” The Exhibit showcases art of all mediums and highlights the beauty and history of the City.Pictured- Art by Kristin Munt (Photograph by Akil Simmons)
To celebrate 225 years of serving the community and the first democratic elections that took place in 1795, the Corporation of Hamilton continued their year-long celebration with the “A City Celebrates” exhibition showcasing all things “Hamilton”. The Exhibit showcases art of all mediums and highlights the beauty and history of the City. Pictured- Artist Makayla Paul (Photograph by Akil Simmons)

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Published January 25, 2020 at 8:00 am (Updated January 25, 2020 at 8:06 am)

Art show helps celebrate Hamilton

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