Premier Paula Cox recently attended the opening of the St. Paul AME Church’s Mustard Seed Exhibition at Centennial Hall. The Mustard Seed Exhibition features works by Mr. Palacio, Kenneth Burch, Antoine Hunt, Sharon Wilson, Christopher Grimes and others.
Premier Cox said, “St. Paul’s Church, Rev. Dr. Lanel D. Guyton and the committee are to be commended for showcasing our Bermudian art and artists. I was privileged to attend the formal opening recently and the curator was well-known artist Mr. Manuel Palacio.
“The works on display were very powerful pieces, and I was pleased to lend my support as I see this as a wonderful way to further spur investment in our local art community, and in doing so we are also helping the church.”
Earlier this week, the Minister of Education Dame Jennifer Smith welcomed public school students to the exhibition where she encouraged them to embrace the arts in all its forms and learn from the artists whose works were on display.
The exhibition runs through September 28th and is open daily between 11.00 a.m. and 6.00 p.m. The works on display are for sale and part proceeds go toward assisting the St. Paul’s AME Church.
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