More than 30 participants from Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Cayman Islands toured the National Gallery last month to learn about the temporary exhibition “Speak to Me – Understanding the Language of Art.”
On the tour, led by National Gallery intern Jessica Ebanks, the visitors got a hands-on experience at the exhibition.
Making the visit particularly memorable, they were the first group to solve the exhibition’s large installation puzzle by Aston Ebanks in one session, according to a press release.
The exhibition, which runs until Jan. 12, features art as a language and the visual “dialects” that range from paintings of the past to avant-garde and artificial intelligence.
Works in the exhibition come from private and public collections, and artists who created new works for the exhibition include Wray Banker, Randy Cholette, Nasaria Suckoo-Cholette, Pippa Ridley, Simon Tatum and William Verhoeven.