The National Gallery of the Cayman Islands serves to:
– promote the appreciation and practice of the visual arts, of and in the Cayman Islands and to encourage dialogue in relation to cultural heritage, national identity, Caymanian history and the history of art;
– preserve Caymanian heritage through our collections; and
– provide access to these collections and encourage a rich exploration of culture and self, while building self-esteem and fostering creativity among all participants.
Established in 1996, the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands (NGCI) is a vibrant arts organisation that seeks to fulfil its mission through exhibitions, artist residencies, education/outreach programmes and research projects.
The NGCI operates in both a local and global arena. As part of our mission to “promote and encourage the appreciation and practice of the visual arts, of and in the Cayman Islands” we send Caymanian art and artists abroad as well as having many fine international artists visit, exhibit and work in the Cayman Islands
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