2011 10 20- Screening of Where the Whales Sing at Masterworks 27 October is postponed!!! Print E-mail
Written by Andrew Stevenson   
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I'm sorry to say that Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art will not be showing "Where the Whales Sing", winner of the 2011 Charman Prize on 27th October. This has been postponed. The Charman Prize is an annual visual arts competition sponsored by local businessman John Charman, CEO and President of Axis Capital. Andrew will also be launching his book "Whale Song: Journeys into the secret lives of the North Atlantic humpbacks". Come down for soup and a sandwich and see this remarkable, multi-award winning film if you have not already. Copies of "Whale Song" and the DVD of "Where the Whales Sing" will be available. Masterworks will be serving soup and sandwiches too - dinner and a movie...what a great way to spend a Thursday evening?!

Doors open 5:30pm, tickets $15 members / $20 non-members which includes a drink, soup and sandwiches courtesy of Homer's Cafe. Call 236-2950 to book a spot.

 

At the Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art, you can experience Bermuda as seen through the eyes of artists like Winslow Homer, Georgia O'Keeffe, Charles Demuth, Jack Bush and Albert Gleizes among many others. Many of the paintings in the Bermudiana Collection are landscapes of this beautiful island paradise, and others reflect the unique warmth of Bermuda's people and cultural heritage.

 

Over the years, new Bermudian and international artists have contributed to the Bermudiana Collection, enabling it to continue to evolve and grow in both traditional and contemporary genres. Our dream for the Collection is to be able to continue to acquire additional works and to create an environment of inspiration to our young, fledgling artists who will become the future.

 


 
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