The West Wing of Hamilton’s City Hall (the island’s Fine Arts Museum occupies the East Wing) is the permanent home of the oldest arts society on Bermuda. The site contains four separate gallery areas, where the artwork changes every three weeks. Styles range from the moderately avant-garde to straightforward representational, and every show includes dozens of examples of Bermudian landscapes, seascapes, or architectural renderings, any of which would make worthwhile home art.