“Being able to use art as a language to communicate to others has been a great source of joy in my life.”
Corrina Rego is a graphic designer, teacher and artist. Bermuda-born, she is a graduate of Bermuda High School and studied graphic design at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (NSCAD University). She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Art and an Associate Graphic Design Diploma. After graduation Corrina began working for two Bermudian newspapers presses The Royal Gazette and The Bermuda Sun. Within the Royal Gazette she got to experiment with her interests at Crown Communications, publishing the RG Magazine and The Bottom Line Magazine. During her experience Corrina focused on publishing, marketing and advertising. Her past work experiences have seen her working in a sign design company and also costume jewelry production and sales. She also held the title of Creative Director of Kaleidoscope Media Limited, a local design and marketing media company.
She now teaches art and mosaic classes at Kaleidoscope Arts Foundation. She is most interested in mosaic and multi-media art processes. Most recently her work merges design, mosaics, painting and using recycled and repurposed objects in her pieces