National Gallery of the Cayman Islands

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National Gallery of the Cayman Islands
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Established in 1997, the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands (NGCI) is the country’s leading visual arts museum and education centre, charged with promoting and encouraging the appreciation and practice of the visual arts in the Cayman Islands. This mission is achieved through exhibitions, education/outreach programmes, school tours, community festivals, and ongoing research projects. Holding up to eight exhibitions annually in the central exhibition space, and satellite venues around Grand Cayman and the Sister Islands, the curatorial team strives to create a balance between exhibitions of quality Caymanian artwork with art from further afield. The National Gallery is home to a permanent display of the National Art Collection located on the second floor of the public arts facility. Visitors can also enjoy the sculpture gardens, purchase refreshments from the NGCI Art Café and peruse the NGCI Store for unique gifts and locally made products. The National Gallery of the Cayman Islands is open Monday-Saturday, 10am-5pm and admission is free, with donations accepted. Visit www.nationalgallery.org.ky or call (345) 945-8111 to learn more.

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