Freedom of information
As a government statutory authority NGCI is committed to the principle of providing the public with general access to recorded information held by our organisation, subject to certain exemptions, through our compliance with the Freedom of Information Law (2007).
Anyone can make a Freedom of Information (FOI) request, but it must be made in writing (letter or e-mail) and include a name and address (postal or e-mail).
Tanya Whiteside, Information & Development Officer
National Gallery of the Cayman Islands
Esterley Tibbetts Highway (Harquail Bypass)
PO Box 10197
Grand Cayman KY1-1002
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: +1 (345) 945 8111
How to Make an FOI Request
Before submitting an official request, check whether the information you require is already published.This can be done by checking the About section of our website, the Document Library, which provides certain records in electronic format, and the Disclosure Log, which lists records released in previous information requests.
Should you still not be able to find the information you require you can contact the Information Manager liste above. Providing as much information as possible about your request will ensure accuracy in our response, as well as make sure that your request is processed as promptly as possible.
If you are not sure of exactly what you are looking for the Information Manager will gladly provide assistance.
For more information, please refer to the Making a Request section.
The publication scheme provides information that is readily available to the public, including a list of records held by NGCI which can be accessed quickly, types of documents which are exempt from release, and more. This information is proactively published to reduce the need for formal FOI requests and facilitate transparency.
Click here to read NGCI’s publication scheme.
The document library holds a list of documents which can be accessed quickly. Please note that any documents in draft form are listed for informational purposes only, but are in fact exempt from disclosure.
Click here to view the document library.
The disclosure log is used is to make individual releases of information obtained under the FOI Law available to the wider public. Amongst other benefits, this information helps mediate future requests by illustrating the types of records the gallery holds, and what information has been released through previous inquiries.