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  • Government Reg. No: 259
  • Registered On: 2005-06-09
  • Expires On: Indefinite
  • Centre Member No: 2060

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  • Last Updated: 10-07-13
  • Last Administered: 20-07-16

Masterworks Foundation

  • Botanical Gardens, 183 South Rd, Devonshire, DV 01
  • Mailing Address
  • P.O. Box HM 1929, Hamilton, HM HX
  • (441) 299-4000
  • Website


  1. Primary Contact Person(s)

    Primary Contact

    • Tom Butterfield
      Director and Founder
    • Krystle Paulino
      Financial and Administrative Director
      O: 236-2950


    • Robyn De Silva
      Educational Director
    • Elise Outerbridge
      Collections Manager
    • Nicole Simons
      Director of Marketing
  2. Classification(s) Based on the National Taxonomy of Exempt Entities (NTEE)

  3. Our Mission

    Masterwork-'s purpose is to enrich the community through art and education by: ' Building and displaying a unique collection of Bermuda inspired art which transcends boundaries. ' Releasing the power of the art to better understand Bermuda-'s history and culture. ' Providing innovative art education to all embracing diversity of ability and financial means. ' Using the museum to create a vibrant cultural centre for residents and visitors. ' Attracting, inspiring and developing artists from home and abroad.

  4. About Us

    The Masterworks Foundation was established in 1987 as a result of a growing interest in the artistic history of Bermuda and the desire to preserve an important part of Bermuda-'s heritage for its future generations. The increasing awareness of Bermuda as an unrivaled artists-' colony acted as a catalyst for the repatriation... Read More

  5. Programme and Service Highlights

    Artist in the Garden From March until December Masterworks showcases about 24 local artists for two-week periods. The aim is to encourage and applaud the strength and versatility of our talented Bermuda artists. This programme enables new and upcoming artists to reach a wider audience, establish artists to explore new... Read More

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