Exhibition opening marks a milestone

Native Sons’ artworks on display

It was a packed house at the The National Gallery recently with over 200 guests eager to take in its newest exhibition, Native Sons – Twenty Years On.

The evening event, held Thursday, April 7, celebrated the 20th anniversary of Caymanian artist collective the Native Sons, showcasing works by seven Caymanian artists: Randy Chollette, Chris Christian, Al Ebanks, Nickola McCoy-Snell, Miguel Powery, Gordon Solomon, and Nasaria Suckoo-Chollette.

At the event, National Gallery members and guests had the opportunity to meet with the artists and the gallery’s new assistant curator, Kerri-Ann Chisholm. While the exhibition is running, the National Gallery will be hosting workshops with the artists, lectures, panel discussions, and family events.

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