BIMA Bash 2019 Saturday raising their bid cards in support of Bainbridge Island Museum of Art.

Community-building through partnerships

All of us at Bainbridge Island Museum of Art are still recuperating from an amazing BIMA Bash! auction weekend in support of the Museum’s exhibitions, programs and operations. While we take a minute to gather our thoughts and photos, we thought we’d share out the video that played during the Saturday night event. We feel fortunate to work with so many wonderful organizations and individuals to help us realize our mission “to inspire curiosity, wonder and understanding by connecting people with the contemporary art and craft of the Puget Sound region.”

Thanks for your support!

Special thanks to:

  • Tony Hannawacker – Videographer, Mojetic Visions
  • Cynthia Gilman, Poulsbo Elementary School and the PES Marimba Ensemble
  • Karen Vargas, Living Arts Cultural Heritage Project
  • Araceli Cruz
  • Nigel Lawrence, Suquamish Tribal Council Secretary
  • Suquamish Museum
  • Greg Robinson, BIMA Chief Curator