BIMA to stay open late on Fridays and Saturdays through Labor Day weekend
In response to summer visitor patterns, Bainbridge Island Museum of Art (BIMA) will experiment with extended evening hours this summer. Beginning June 30, 2023 to coincide with the opening of the Museum’s first ever juried exhibition, BIMA Spotlight, the museum will stay open until 8:00 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. The effort builds upon BIMA’s success with extended hours on First Fridays and will continue through September 2nd. […]
BIMA Bistro x Pegasus!
Bainbridge Island Museum of Art and Pegasus Coffee Partner to Create an Exceptional Visitor Experience
The launch of the new coffee bar helps kick off the museum’s 10th Anniversary
Bainbridge Island Museum of Art is proud to announce the unveiling of a redesigned BIMA Bistro including a new Pegasus Coffee espresso bar. […]
BIMA Spotlight Call For Artists Now Open
CALL FOR ARTISTS
Bainbridge Island Museum of Art invites Puget Sound area artists to apply for the Museum’s first-ever juried group exhibition BIMA Spotlight. Submissions will be accepted from September 1, 2022, through October 15, 2022, via CaFÉ (CallForEntry.org). The exhibition opens on Friday, […]
BIMA Announces its Summer 2023 Juried Exhibition: BIMA Spotlight
Beginning September 1, 2022, Bainbridge Island Museum of Art invites Puget Sound area artists to apply for the Museum’s first-ever juried group exhibition BIMA Spotlight. Submissions will be accepted through October 15, 2022, via an online form on CaFÉ (CallForEntry.org). The exhibition will open on Friday, […]
Blake Blanco’s Playlist
At the request of BIMA Associate Curator Amy Sawyer, featured artist Blake Blanco recently put together a Spotify playlist to pair with his exhibition, We All Dream.
Break out those AirPods and come on down to the museum for an extra-special way to connect with Blake’s work. Can’t make it in? Listen on your own time and get swept up into Blanco’s world. […]
BIMA featured in video series examining the impact of arts organizations
BIMA is proud of the support has received from the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust for support of our community and cultural programming. This year, BIMA was featured in the Trust’s annual video series that tackled the subject of “Why The Arts?”
“For our 2022 Annual Video Project, we wanted to take a closer look at some of the ways the arts help the Pacific Northwest flourish and thrive and hear from some of the individuals and organizations who invest in this sector every day.” […]
Within/Earshot playlist to keep you swinging!
I was thrilled to be invited to create the accompanying soundtrack to BIMA’s Within/Earshot Jazz Festival this year.
Perusing the program of live performances, film, and lectures, I went to work weaving a tapestry of sound which highlights just a fraction of the rich fabric that is jazz. Here’s everything from the modern, improvised sounds of Ill Considered, […]
BIMA & Hiatus: A Tiny Song for Brian Doyle by Adele Donovan
As part of the 2021 Momentum Festival, BIMA is once again partnering with our friends at Hiatus Magazine, an online compilation of quarantined teenagers’ most creative works. Throughout the two-week festival, we will be featuring pieces from Hiatus’ three issues that highlight our natural world, including written works featured here on BIMA’s blog and visual work featured as a #DailyMomentOfBeauty on our Instagram and Facebook feeds. […]