Bainbridge Island Museum of Art (BIMA) invites visual artists and poets to submit works for consideration for the LGBTQ+ PRIDE EXHIBITION, June 14 – 30, 2024.
BIMA’s exhibition will contain visual artworks (including silent videos or photo loops up to 10 minutes in length) and poetry that reflect the lives, experiences, and visions of LGBTQ+ persons, their families and allies. We invite LGBTQ+ artists, families, allies, and supporting organizations to submit finished works, or ideas to complete, as follows:
Types of works accepted: Visual artworks in all media, including silent videos and collaborative/group projects, and poetry.
Submissions may be made from April 10th until June 1. Submit/Inquire via email to Greg Robinson, Chief Curator: Submission is free. The Art Task Force will review all submissions to fit with the goals of this pop-up exhibition, and the feasibility of display. BIMA will reply no later than June 7.
Deadline for inquiry of ideas and/or submission of works: June 1, 2024.
Delivery Dates: Work must be completed and delivered by June 12, 2024, to BIMA. 550 Winslow Way E., Bainbridge Island, WA 98110. We are able to accept works from June 1 through June 12, seven days per week, except June 7 &; 8 (the dates of BIMA Bash – our largest annual fundraiser).
Artist/Organization Contracts: Accepted works will require completion of a simple contract with BIMA. Youth ages 17 and younger will require a signature from a parent or guardian, if they are
submitting on their own, outside of an organizational project. BIMA will distribute those upon acceptance of artworks.
Inquiries? Please contact one of the following:
– Greg Robinson, Chief Curator and Gay Community member:
– Jenna d’Anna, Senior Manager of Museum Education & Community Engagement:
– Nic Schluter, Education Programs Coordinator:
– Eve Palay, Rainbow Crew NW and local Trans activist: