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01 Tuesday

Inspired Chef
5:30 pm—8:00 pm

Tuesday night dinners in the BIMA Bistro

A series of pop-up dinners featuring themed menus and special guest chefs.

Join your friends and neighbors for Inspired Chef, a series of pop-up dinners on Tuesday nights at Bainbridge Island Museum of Art. Each dinner features a different chef or restaurant focusing on something that inspire them to do what they do—a specific cuisine, another chef, a part of the world, a food movement, the season, or whatever else moves them.

Staggered seatings. Moderately priced. Please note, membership discount does not apply on these special events.

Make your reservation at 206-451-4011


2017 Schedule:

July 11 - Ben Cox & Meredyth Yund, Mira Bainbridge

July 18 - Alexandra Sharp, La Rondinella Pasta

July 25 - John Delp & Pam Buitenveld,Mossback

Aug. 1 - Marcia Newlands

Aug. 8 - Jeff Shepard & Heidi Umphenour, Blackbird/Fork+Spoon

Aug. 15 - Stephanie Knutson, Meghan Berg & Morgan Molinari, BIMA

Aug. 22 - Melinda Lucas & George Lewis

Aug. 29 - Matthew Woolen, Capitol Cider

Sept. 5 - Claire Younker Moe, Fig & Spice

 

Thanks to our generous sponsor:

TC Market Color Logo

02 Wednesday

GO Figure! Summ...
2:00 pm—4:30 pm

Drawing directly from the human figure is a wonderful way to hone your technical skills while exploring variations in lighting, poses, and settings. Join inspired artists, representing a wide range of ages, skills and abilities for this Portrait Session with a clothed model.

This six-week run of Portrait Sessions meets in the gallery at BIMA on Wednesday afternoons, July 12, 19, 26 and August 2, 9 and 16 from 2-4:30pm. Please note that this is not an instructed course, but a self-directed, facilitated session. Participants will work at their own pace from clothed models; all skill levels welcome. 

Participants must provide their own drawing paper; some drawing media suitable for working in the galleries will be provided by BIMA. The sessions take place while the museum is open to the public and visitors are in the galleries.

Register HERE. 

Single, drop-in sessions are $15 each; a discounted 6-week series pass is $75. Cost includes the use of drawing materials and model and facilitator fees.

03 Thursday

Mindfulness Med...
8:30 am—9:30 am

with Steve Parsons

Please join us for a weekly mindful meditation practice, meeting on Thursday mornings in the BIMA Auditorium.

Mindful meditation is a practice focused on breathing techniques and quieting one's thoughts. Meditation has been shown to support both pain and stress management. Read more about Steve and his experience here.

Attendance is free of charge and drop-ins will be accommodated on a space-available basis.

Questions may be directed to Kristin Tollefson, Education Director, at kristin@biartmuseum.org or 206.451.4004.

04 Friday

First Fridays A...
6:00 pm—8:00 pm

Join us during Downtown Bainbridge's First Fridays Art Walk. The art museum and Museum Store will be open extended hours 6pm - 8pm. 

Benefit Concert...
7:00 pm—9:00 pm

 

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05 Saturday

Artist's Book T...
11:00 am—12:00 pm

Please join us for one of our upcoming Book Talks featuring the works currently on display in the Sherry Grover Gallery. Either BIMA Founder and Book Arts Curator, Cynthia Sears, or a special guest will guide a showing of selected works outside the display cases, allowing viewers to see the movement and multiple dimensions so critical to the appreciation of the book arts.

Book Talks meet in BIMA's Sherry Grover Gallery from 11am to 12pm on the following Saturdays: 

October 21- Diane Jacobs
November 4- Cynthia Sears
November 18- Marshall Weber
December 2- Cynthia Sears
January 6- Cynthia Sears
January 20- Jane Carlin

Due to the sensitive nature of handling Artist's Books, participants are asked to wash and dry their hands prior to the meeting. 

Space is limited during these intimate gatherings and reservations are recommended. Please choose no more than two of the offered programs so that others may have a chance to participate. If you are unable to get a reservation for the event of your choice or would like to attend more than two, Amy Goldthwaite will begin a waiting list two weeks prior to each Book Talk. 

Questions may be directed to Amy Goldthwaite, Curatorial Associate at amygold@biartmuseum.org.

RESERVE YOUR SPOT.

06 Sunday

Bill Hemp Book ...
12:00 pm—2:00 pm

Retired NYC ad man and artist Bill Hemp is the author of Bainbridge Island A to Z Sketch Book, published by the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art.

Bill and his wife moved to Bainbridge Island in 2011 and he immediately started telling the stories of the island through his sketches.

He will be signing his book at Bainbridge Island Museum of Art on Sunday, August 6 and 13 from 1pm to 3pm.

07 Monday

Summer Camp 201...
9:00 am—3:00 pm

For students entering grades 5-8

Tuition: $375 per student/week

Schedule: 9am-3pm, Monday through Friday

Location: Bainbridge Island Museum of Art

Contact: Kristin Tollefson, Education Director at kristin@biartmuseum.org or 206.451.4004

Explore, experiment and create during BIMA’s Summer Camps!  Students entering grades 5-8 are invited to participate in week-long camps led by experienced teaching artists and supported by teaching assistants in a bright and welcoming museum environment. Each week will expose participants to new materials, ideas, and ways of making, using the classroom, museum exhibits and our surrounding island community as inspiration. All supplies provided, and maximum enrollment for each week is 15 students.

 


 

Sessions:

August 7-11

Artist Boot Camp

A week of letting go and diving into art-making!

Instructor: Dana Squires

REGISTER HERE

Think like an artist, look at the world through the eyes of an artist, and develop your own artistic voice! Students will explore and observe their surroundings in nature and in exhibits at the art museum through drawing, collage and much more! Use play and art-making to develop creativity, curiosity, and to solve problems in creative ways.

Dana Squires is an artist and an educator who approaches teaching as creative endeavor in itself and an integral part of her artistic process. She graduated from the Evergreen State College and has shown her work locally, nationally and internationally. Dana has volunteering with the Peace Corps in both West Africa and in the Solomon Islands and has been included on the ArtsWA Teaching Artist Roster for 10 years.

 

August 21-25

Comics & Cartooning

Explore storytelling through art!

Instructor: Greg Stump

REGISTER HERE

Drawing and storytelling come together in this week of comic and cartoon exploration.  Students will be encouraged to develop their own narrative voice while working together to create a collaborative ‘zine, which will be art directed, written and published by the group by the end of the week.

Greg Stump has been working in Seattle as a teacher and freelance artist/writer for close to two decades. Currently he teaches as a writer-in-residence in Seattle public schools through Seattle Arts & Lectures’ Writers in the Schools program, and he has past experience teaching at such organizations as Pratt Fine Arts Center, the Frye Art Museum, Arts Corps, and Coyote Central. His primary medium is comics. He has been a regular contributor to The Stranger, and his comic book series Urban Hipster has been nominated for numerous awards. His graphic novel, Disillusioned Illusions, was published by Fantagraphics Books.

08 Tuesday

Summer Camp 201...
9:00 am—3:00 pm

For students entering grades 5-8

Tuition: $375 per student/week

Schedule: 9am-3pm, Monday through Friday

Location: Bainbridge Island Museum of Art

Contact: Kristin Tollefson, Education Director at kristin@biartmuseum.org or 206.451.4004

Explore, experiment and create during BIMA’s Summer Camps!  Students entering grades 5-8 are invited to participate in week-long camps led by experienced teaching artists and supported by teaching assistants in a bright and welcoming museum environment. Each week will expose participants to new materials, ideas, and ways of making, using the classroom, museum exhibits and our surrounding island community as inspiration. All supplies provided, and maximum enrollment for each week is 15 students.

 


 

Sessions:

August 7-11

Artist Boot Camp

A week of letting go and diving into art-making!

Instructor: Dana Squires

REGISTER HERE

Think like an artist, look at the world through the eyes of an artist, and develop your own artistic voice! Students will explore and observe their surroundings in nature and in exhibits at the art museum through drawing, collage and much more! Use play and art-making to develop creativity, curiosity, and to solve problems in creative ways.

Dana Squires is an artist and an educator who approaches teaching as creative endeavor in itself and an integral part of her artistic process. She graduated from the Evergreen State College and has shown her work locally, nationally and internationally. Dana has volunteering with the Peace Corps in both West Africa and in the Solomon Islands and has been included on the ArtsWA Teaching Artist Roster for 10 years.

 

August 21-25

Comics & Cartooning

Explore storytelling through art!

Instructor: Greg Stump

REGISTER HERE

Drawing and storytelling come together in this week of comic and cartoon exploration.  Students will be encouraged to develop their own narrative voice while working together to create a collaborative ‘zine, which will be art directed, written and published by the group by the end of the week.

Greg Stump has been working in Seattle as a teacher and freelance artist/writer for close to two decades. Currently he teaches as a writer-in-residence in Seattle public schools through Seattle Arts & Lectures’ Writers in the Schools program, and he has past experience teaching at such organizations as Pratt Fine Arts Center, the Frye Art Museum, Arts Corps, and Coyote Central. His primary medium is comics. He has been a regular contributor to The Stranger, and his comic book series Urban Hipster has been nominated for numerous awards. His graphic novel, Disillusioned Illusions, was published by Fantagraphics Books.

Inspired Chef
5:30 pm—8:00 pm

Tuesday night dinners in the BIMA Bistro

A series of pop-up dinners featuring themed menus and special guest chefs.

Join your friends and neighbors for Inspired Chef, a series of pop-up dinners on Tuesday nights at Bainbridge Island Museum of Art. Each dinner features a different chef or restaurant focusing on something that inspire them to do what they do—a specific cuisine, another chef, a part of the world, a food movement, the season, or whatever else moves them.

Staggered seatings. Moderately priced. Please note, membership discount does not apply on these special events.

Make your reservation at 206-451-4011


2017 Schedule:

July 11 - Ben Cox & Meredyth Yund, Mira Bainbridge

July 18 - Alexandra Sharp, La Rondinella Pasta

July 25 - John Delp & Pam Buitenveld,Mossback

Aug. 1 - Marcia Newlands

Aug. 8 - Jeff Shepard & Heidi Umphenour, Blackbird/Fork+Spoon

Aug. 15 - Stephanie Knutson, Meghan Berg & Morgan Molinari, BIMA

Aug. 22 - Melinda Lucas & George Lewis

Aug. 29 - Matthew Woolen, Capitol Cider

Sept. 5 - Claire Younker Moe, Fig & Spice

 

Thanks to our generous sponsor:

TC Market Color Logo

09 Wednesday

Summer Camp 201...
9:00 am—3:00 pm

For students entering grades 5-8

Tuition: $375 per student/week

Schedule: 9am-3pm, Monday through Friday

Location: Bainbridge Island Museum of Art

Contact: Kristin Tollefson, Education Director at kristin@biartmuseum.org or 206.451.4004

Explore, experiment and create during BIMA’s Summer Camps!  Students entering grades 5-8 are invited to participate in week-long camps led by experienced teaching artists and supported by teaching assistants in a bright and welcoming museum environment. Each week will expose participants to new materials, ideas, and ways of making, using the classroom, museum exhibits and our surrounding island community as inspiration. All supplies provided, and maximum enrollment for each week is 15 students.

 


 

Sessions:

August 7-11

Artist Boot Camp

A week of letting go and diving into art-making!

Instructor: Dana Squires

REGISTER HERE

Think like an artist, look at the world through the eyes of an artist, and develop your own artistic voice! Students will explore and observe their surroundings in nature and in exhibits at the art museum through drawing, collage and much more! Use play and art-making to develop creativity, curiosity, and to solve problems in creative ways.

Dana Squires is an artist and an educator who approaches teaching as creative endeavor in itself and an integral part of her artistic process. She graduated from the Evergreen State College and has shown her work locally, nationally and internationally. Dana has volunteering with the Peace Corps in both West Africa and in the Solomon Islands and has been included on the ArtsWA Teaching Artist Roster for 10 years.

 

August 21-25

Comics & Cartooning

Explore storytelling through art!

Instructor: Greg Stump

REGISTER HERE

Drawing and storytelling come together in this week of comic and cartoon exploration.  Students will be encouraged to develop their own narrative voice while working together to create a collaborative ‘zine, which will be art directed, written and published by the group by the end of the week.

Greg Stump has been working in Seattle as a teacher and freelance artist/writer for close to two decades. Currently he teaches as a writer-in-residence in Seattle public schools through Seattle Arts & Lectures’ Writers in the Schools program, and he has past experience teaching at such organizations as Pratt Fine Arts Center, the Frye Art Museum, Arts Corps, and Coyote Central. His primary medium is comics. He has been a regular contributor to The Stranger, and his comic book series Urban Hipster has been nominated for numerous awards. His graphic novel, Disillusioned Illusions, was published by Fantagraphics Books.

GO Figure! Summ...
2:00 pm—4:30 pm

Drawing directly from the human figure is a wonderful way to hone your technical skills while exploring variations in lighting, poses, and settings. Join inspired artists, representing a wide range of ages, skills and abilities for this Portrait Session with a clothed model.

This six-week run of Portrait Sessions meets in the gallery at BIMA on Wednesday afternoons, July 12, 19, 26 and August 2, 9 and 16 from 2-4:30pm. Please note that this is not an instructed course, but a self-directed, facilitated session. Participants will work at their own pace from clothed models; all skill levels welcome. 

Participants must provide their own drawing paper; some drawing media suitable for working in the galleries will be provided by BIMA. The sessions take place while the museum is open to the public and visitors are in the galleries.

Register HERE. 

Single, drop-in sessions are $15 each; a discounted 6-week series pass is $75. Cost includes the use of drawing materials and model and facilitator fees.

10 Thursday

Mindfulness Med...
8:30 am—9:30 am

with Steve Parsons

Please join us for a weekly mindful meditation practice, meeting on Thursday mornings in the BIMA Auditorium.

Mindful meditation is a practice focused on breathing techniques and quieting one's thoughts. Meditation has been shown to support both pain and stress management. Read more about Steve and his experience here.

Attendance is free of charge and drop-ins will be accommodated on a space-available basis.

Questions may be directed to Kristin Tollefson, Education Director, at kristin@biartmuseum.org or 206.451.4004.

Summer Camp 201...
9:00 am—3:00 pm

For students entering grades 5-8

Tuition: $375 per student/week

Schedule: 9am-3pm, Monday through Friday

Location: Bainbridge Island Museum of Art

Contact: Kristin Tollefson, Education Director at kristin@biartmuseum.org or 206.451.4004

Explore, experiment and create during BIMA’s Summer Camps!  Students entering grades 5-8 are invited to participate in week-long camps led by experienced teaching artists and supported by teaching assistants in a bright and welcoming museum environment. Each week will expose participants to new materials, ideas, and ways of making, using the classroom, museum exhibits and our surrounding island community as inspiration. All supplies provided, and maximum enrollment for each week is 15 students.

 


 

Sessions:

August 7-11

Artist Boot Camp

A week of letting go and diving into art-making!

Instructor: Dana Squires

REGISTER HERE

Think like an artist, look at the world through the eyes of an artist, and develop your own artistic voice! Students will explore and observe their surroundings in nature and in exhibits at the art museum through drawing, collage and much more! Use play and art-making to develop creativity, curiosity, and to solve problems in creative ways.

Dana Squires is an artist and an educator who approaches teaching as creative endeavor in itself and an integral part of her artistic process. She graduated from the Evergreen State College and has shown her work locally, nationally and internationally. Dana has volunteering with the Peace Corps in both West Africa and in the Solomon Islands and has been included on the ArtsWA Teaching Artist Roster for 10 years.

 

August 21-25

Comics & Cartooning

Explore storytelling through art!

Instructor: Greg Stump

REGISTER HERE

Drawing and storytelling come together in this week of comic and cartoon exploration.  Students will be encouraged to develop their own narrative voice while working together to create a collaborative ‘zine, which will be art directed, written and published by the group by the end of the week.

Greg Stump has been working in Seattle as a teacher and freelance artist/writer for close to two decades. Currently he teaches as a writer-in-residence in Seattle public schools through Seattle Arts & Lectures’ Writers in the Schools program, and he has past experience teaching at such organizations as Pratt Fine Arts Center, the Frye Art Museum, Arts Corps, and Coyote Central. His primary medium is comics. He has been a regular contributor to The Stranger, and his comic book series Urban Hipster has been nominated for numerous awards. His graphic novel, Disillusioned Illusions, was published by Fantagraphics Books.

11 Friday

Summer Camp 201...
9:00 am—3:00 pm

For students entering grades 5-8

Tuition: $375 per student/week

Schedule: 9am-3pm, Monday through Friday

Location: Bainbridge Island Museum of Art

Contact: Kristin Tollefson, Education Director at kristin@biartmuseum.org or 206.451.4004

Explore, experiment and create during BIMA’s Summer Camps!  Students entering grades 5-8 are invited to participate in week-long camps led by experienced teaching artists and supported by teaching assistants in a bright and welcoming museum environment. Each week will expose participants to new materials, ideas, and ways of making, using the classroom, museum exhibits and our surrounding island community as inspiration. All supplies provided, and maximum enrollment for each week is 15 students.

 


 

Sessions:

August 7-11

Artist Boot Camp

A week of letting go and diving into art-making!

Instructor: Dana Squires

REGISTER HERE

Think like an artist, look at the world through the eyes of an artist, and develop your own artistic voice! Students will explore and observe their surroundings in nature and in exhibits at the art museum through drawing, collage and much more! Use play and art-making to develop creativity, curiosity, and to solve problems in creative ways.

Dana Squires is an artist and an educator who approaches teaching as creative endeavor in itself and an integral part of her artistic process. She graduated from the Evergreen State College and has shown her work locally, nationally and internationally. Dana has volunteering with the Peace Corps in both West Africa and in the Solomon Islands and has been included on the ArtsWA Teaching Artist Roster for 10 years.

 

August 21-25

Comics & Cartooning

Explore storytelling through art!

Instructor: Greg Stump

REGISTER HERE

Drawing and storytelling come together in this week of comic and cartoon exploration.  Students will be encouraged to develop their own narrative voice while working together to create a collaborative ‘zine, which will be art directed, written and published by the group by the end of the week.

Greg Stump has been working in Seattle as a teacher and freelance artist/writer for close to two decades. Currently he teaches as a writer-in-residence in Seattle public schools through Seattle Arts & Lectures’ Writers in the Schools program, and he has past experience teaching at such organizations as Pratt Fine Arts Center, the Frye Art Museum, Arts Corps, and Coyote Central. His primary medium is comics. He has been a regular contributor to The Stranger, and his comic book series Urban Hipster has been nominated for numerous awards. His graphic novel, Disillusioned Illusions, was published by Fantagraphics Books.

12 Saturday

Artist's Book T...
11:00 am—12:00 pm

Please join us for one of our upcoming Book Talks featuring the works currently on display in the Sherry Grover Gallery. Either BIMA Founder and Book Arts Curator, Cynthia Sears, or a special guest will guide a showing of selected works outside the display cases, allowing viewers to see the movement and multiple dimensions so critical to the appreciation of the book arts.

Book Talks meet in BIMA's Sherry Grover Gallery from 11am to 12pm on the following Saturdays: 

October 21- Diane Jacobs
November 4- Cynthia Sears
November 18- Marshall Weber
December 2- Cynthia Sears
January 6- Cynthia Sears
January 20- Jane Carlin

Due to the sensitive nature of handling Artist's Books, participants are asked to wash and dry their hands prior to the meeting. 

Space is limited during these intimate gatherings and reservations are recommended. Please choose no more than two of the offered programs so that others may have a chance to participate. If you are unable to get a reservation for the event of your choice or would like to attend more than two, Amy Goldthwaite will begin a waiting list two weeks prior to each Book Talk. 

Questions may be directed to Amy Goldthwaite, Curatorial Associate at amygold@biartmuseum.org.

RESERVE YOUR SPOT.

13 Sunday

Bill Hemp Book ...
12:00 pm—2:00 pm

Retired NYC ad man and artist Bill Hemp is the author of Bainbridge Island A to Z Sketch Book, published by the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art.

Bill and his wife moved to Bainbridge Island in 2011 and he immediately started telling the stories of the island through his sketches.

He will be signing his book at Bainbridge Island Museum of Art on Sunday, August 6 and 13 from 1pm to 3pm.

14 Monday

15 Tuesday

Inspired Chef
5:30 pm—8:00 pm

Tuesday night dinners in the BIMA Bistro

A series of pop-up dinners featuring themed menus and special guest chefs.

Join your friends and neighbors for Inspired Chef, a series of pop-up dinners on Tuesday nights at Bainbridge Island Museum of Art. Each dinner features a different chef or restaurant focusing on something that inspire them to do what they do—a specific cuisine, another chef, a part of the world, a food movement, the season, or whatever else moves them.

Staggered seatings. Moderately priced. Please note, membership discount does not apply on these special events.

Make your reservation at 206-451-4011


2017 Schedule:

July 11 - Ben Cox & Meredyth Yund, Mira Bainbridge

July 18 - Alexandra Sharp, La Rondinella Pasta

July 25 - John Delp & Pam Buitenveld,Mossback

Aug. 1 - Marcia Newlands

Aug. 8 - Jeff Shepard & Heidi Umphenour, Blackbird/Fork+Spoon

Aug. 15 - Stephanie Knutson, Meghan Berg & Morgan Molinari, BIMA

Aug. 22 - Melinda Lucas & George Lewis

Aug. 29 - Matthew Woolen, Capitol Cider

Sept. 5 - Claire Younker Moe, Fig & Spice

 

Thanks to our generous sponsor:

TC Market Color Logo

16 Wednesday

GO Figure! Summ...
2:00 pm—4:30 pm

Drawing directly from the human figure is a wonderful way to hone your technical skills while exploring variations in lighting, poses, and settings. Join inspired artists, representing a wide range of ages, skills and abilities for this Portrait Session with a clothed model.

This six-week run of Portrait Sessions meets in the gallery at BIMA on Wednesday afternoons, July 12, 19, 26 and August 2, 9 and 16 from 2-4:30pm. Please note that this is not an instructed course, but a self-directed, facilitated session. Participants will work at their own pace from clothed models; all skill levels welcome. 

Participants must provide their own drawing paper; some drawing media suitable for working in the galleries will be provided by BIMA. The sessions take place while the museum is open to the public and visitors are in the galleries.

Register HERE. 

Single, drop-in sessions are $15 each; a discounted 6-week series pass is $75. Cost includes the use of drawing materials and model and facilitator fees.

17 Thursday

Mindfulness Med...
8:30 am—9:30 am

with Steve Parsons

Please join us for a weekly mindful meditation practice, meeting on Thursday mornings in the BIMA Auditorium.

Mindful meditation is a practice focused on breathing techniques and quieting one's thoughts. Meditation has been shown to support both pain and stress management. Read more about Steve and his experience here.

Attendance is free of charge and drop-ins will be accommodated on a space-available basis.

Questions may be directed to Kristin Tollefson, Education Director, at kristin@biartmuseum.org or 206.451.4004.

18 Friday

19 Saturday

20 Sunday

21 Monday

Summer Camp 201...
9:00 am—3:00 pm

For students entering grades 5-8

Tuition: $375 per student/week

Schedule: 9am-3pm, Monday through Friday

Location: Bainbridge Island Museum of Art

Contact: Kristin Tollefson, Education Director at kristin@biartmuseum.org or 206.451.4004

Explore, experiment and create during BIMA’s Summer Camps!  Students entering grades 5-8 are invited to participate in week-long camps led by experienced teaching artists and supported by teaching assistants in a bright and welcoming museum environment. Each week will expose participants to new materials, ideas, and ways of making, using the classroom, museum exhibits and our surrounding island community as inspiration. All supplies provided, and maximum enrollment for each week is 15 students.

 


 

Sessions:

August 7-11

Artist Boot Camp

A week of letting go and diving into art-making!

Instructor: Dana Squires

REGISTER HERE

Think like an artist, look at the world through the eyes of an artist, and develop your own artistic voice! Students will explore and observe their surroundings in nature and in exhibits at the art museum through drawing, collage and much more! Use play and art-making to develop creativity, curiosity, and to solve problems in creative ways.

Dana Squires is an artist and an educator who approaches teaching as creative endeavor in itself and an integral part of her artistic process. She graduated from the Evergreen State College and has shown her work locally, nationally and internationally. Dana has volunteering with the Peace Corps in both West Africa and in the Solomon Islands and has been included on the ArtsWA Teaching Artist Roster for 10 years.

 

August 21-25

Comics & Cartooning

Explore storytelling through art!

Instructor: Greg Stump

REGISTER HERE

Drawing and storytelling come together in this week of comic and cartoon exploration.  Students will be encouraged to develop their own narrative voice while working together to create a collaborative ‘zine, which will be art directed, written and published by the group by the end of the week.

Greg Stump has been working in Seattle as a teacher and freelance artist/writer for close to two decades. Currently he teaches as a writer-in-residence in Seattle public schools through Seattle Arts & Lectures’ Writers in the Schools program, and he has past experience teaching at such organizations as Pratt Fine Arts Center, the Frye Art Museum, Arts Corps, and Coyote Central. His primary medium is comics. He has been a regular contributor to The Stranger, and his comic book series Urban Hipster has been nominated for numerous awards. His graphic novel, Disillusioned Illusions, was published by Fantagraphics Books.

22 Tuesday

Summer Camp 201...
9:00 am—3:00 pm

For students entering grades 5-8

Tuition: $375 per student/week

Schedule: 9am-3pm, Monday through Friday

Location: Bainbridge Island Museum of Art

Contact: Kristin Tollefson, Education Director at kristin@biartmuseum.org or 206.451.4004

Explore, experiment and create during BIMA’s Summer Camps!  Students entering grades 5-8 are invited to participate in week-long camps led by experienced teaching artists and supported by teaching assistants in a bright and welcoming museum environment. Each week will expose participants to new materials, ideas, and ways of making, using the classroom, museum exhibits and our surrounding island community as inspiration. All supplies provided, and maximum enrollment for each week is 15 students.

 


 

Sessions:

August 7-11

Artist Boot Camp

A week of letting go and diving into art-making!

Instructor: Dana Squires

REGISTER HERE

Think like an artist, look at the world through the eyes of an artist, and develop your own artistic voice! Students will explore and observe their surroundings in nature and in exhibits at the art museum through drawing, collage and much more! Use play and art-making to develop creativity, curiosity, and to solve problems in creative ways.

Dana Squires is an artist and an educator who approaches teaching as creative endeavor in itself and an integral part of her artistic process. She graduated from the Evergreen State College and has shown her work locally, nationally and internationally. Dana has volunteering with the Peace Corps in both West Africa and in the Solomon Islands and has been included on the ArtsWA Teaching Artist Roster for 10 years.

 

August 21-25

Comics & Cartooning

Explore storytelling through art!

Instructor: Greg Stump

REGISTER HERE

Drawing and storytelling come together in this week of comic and cartoon exploration.  Students will be encouraged to develop their own narrative voice while working together to create a collaborative ‘zine, which will be art directed, written and published by the group by the end of the week.

Greg Stump has been working in Seattle as a teacher and freelance artist/writer for close to two decades. Currently he teaches as a writer-in-residence in Seattle public schools through Seattle Arts & Lectures’ Writers in the Schools program, and he has past experience teaching at such organizations as Pratt Fine Arts Center, the Frye Art Museum, Arts Corps, and Coyote Central. His primary medium is comics. He has been a regular contributor to The Stranger, and his comic book series Urban Hipster has been nominated for numerous awards. His graphic novel, Disillusioned Illusions, was published by Fantagraphics Books.

Inspired Chef
5:30 pm—8:00 pm

Tuesday night dinners in the BIMA Bistro

A series of pop-up dinners featuring themed menus and special guest chefs.

Join your friends and neighbors for Inspired Chef, a series of pop-up dinners on Tuesday nights at Bainbridge Island Museum of Art. Each dinner features a different chef or restaurant focusing on something that inspire them to do what they do—a specific cuisine, another chef, a part of the world, a food movement, the season, or whatever else moves them.

Staggered seatings. Moderately priced. Please note, membership discount does not apply on these special events.

Make your reservation at 206-451-4011


2017 Schedule:

July 11 - Ben Cox & Meredyth Yund, Mira Bainbridge

July 18 - Alexandra Sharp, La Rondinella Pasta

July 25 - John Delp & Pam Buitenveld,Mossback

Aug. 1 - Marcia Newlands

Aug. 8 - Jeff Shepard & Heidi Umphenour, Blackbird/Fork+Spoon

Aug. 15 - Stephanie Knutson, Meghan Berg & Morgan Molinari, BIMA

Aug. 22 - Melinda Lucas & George Lewis

Aug. 29 - Matthew Woolen, Capitol Cider

Sept. 5 - Claire Younker Moe, Fig & Spice

 

Thanks to our generous sponsor:

TC Market Color Logo

23 Wednesday

Summer Camp 201...
9:00 am—3:00 pm

For students entering grades 5-8

Tuition: $375 per student/week

Schedule: 9am-3pm, Monday through Friday

Location: Bainbridge Island Museum of Art

Contact: Kristin Tollefson, Education Director at kristin@biartmuseum.org or 206.451.4004

Explore, experiment and create during BIMA’s Summer Camps!  Students entering grades 5-8 are invited to participate in week-long camps led by experienced teaching artists and supported by teaching assistants in a bright and welcoming museum environment. Each week will expose participants to new materials, ideas, and ways of making, using the classroom, museum exhibits and our surrounding island community as inspiration. All supplies provided, and maximum enrollment for each week is 15 students.

 


 

Sessions:

August 7-11

Artist Boot Camp

A week of letting go and diving into art-making!

Instructor: Dana Squires

REGISTER HERE

Think like an artist, look at the world through the eyes of an artist, and develop your own artistic voice! Students will explore and observe their surroundings in nature and in exhibits at the art museum through drawing, collage and much more! Use play and art-making to develop creativity, curiosity, and to solve problems in creative ways.

Dana Squires is an artist and an educator who approaches teaching as creative endeavor in itself and an integral part of her artistic process. She graduated from the Evergreen State College and has shown her work locally, nationally and internationally. Dana has volunteering with the Peace Corps in both West Africa and in the Solomon Islands and has been included on the ArtsWA Teaching Artist Roster for 10 years.

 

August 21-25

Comics & Cartooning

Explore storytelling through art!

Instructor: Greg Stump

REGISTER HERE

Drawing and storytelling come together in this week of comic and cartoon exploration.  Students will be encouraged to develop their own narrative voice while working together to create a collaborative ‘zine, which will be art directed, written and published by the group by the end of the week.

Greg Stump has been working in Seattle as a teacher and freelance artist/writer for close to two decades. Currently he teaches as a writer-in-residence in Seattle public schools through Seattle Arts & Lectures’ Writers in the Schools program, and he has past experience teaching at such organizations as Pratt Fine Arts Center, the Frye Art Museum, Arts Corps, and Coyote Central. His primary medium is comics. He has been a regular contributor to The Stranger, and his comic book series Urban Hipster has been nominated for numerous awards. His graphic novel, Disillusioned Illusions, was published by Fantagraphics Books.

24 Thursday

Mindfulness Med...
8:30 am—9:30 am

with Steve Parsons

Please join us for a weekly mindful meditation practice, meeting on Thursday mornings in the BIMA Auditorium.

Mindful meditation is a practice focused on breathing techniques and quieting one's thoughts. Meditation has been shown to support both pain and stress management. Read more about Steve and his experience here.

Attendance is free of charge and drop-ins will be accommodated on a space-available basis.

Questions may be directed to Kristin Tollefson, Education Director, at kristin@biartmuseum.org or 206.451.4004.

Summer Camp 201...
9:00 am—3:00 pm

For students entering grades 5-8

Tuition: $375 per student/week

Schedule: 9am-3pm, Monday through Friday

Location: Bainbridge Island Museum of Art

Contact: Kristin Tollefson, Education Director at kristin@biartmuseum.org or 206.451.4004

Explore, experiment and create during BIMA’s Summer Camps!  Students entering grades 5-8 are invited to participate in week-long camps led by experienced teaching artists and supported by teaching assistants in a bright and welcoming museum environment. Each week will expose participants to new materials, ideas, and ways of making, using the classroom, museum exhibits and our surrounding island community as inspiration. All supplies provided, and maximum enrollment for each week is 15 students.

 


 

Sessions:

August 7-11

Artist Boot Camp

A week of letting go and diving into art-making!

Instructor: Dana Squires

REGISTER HERE

Think like an artist, look at the world through the eyes of an artist, and develop your own artistic voice! Students will explore and observe their surroundings in nature and in exhibits at the art museum through drawing, collage and much more! Use play and art-making to develop creativity, curiosity, and to solve problems in creative ways.

Dana Squires is an artist and an educator who approaches teaching as creative endeavor in itself and an integral part of her artistic process. She graduated from the Evergreen State College and has shown her work locally, nationally and internationally. Dana has volunteering with the Peace Corps in both West Africa and in the Solomon Islands and has been included on the ArtsWA Teaching Artist Roster for 10 years.

 

August 21-25

Comics & Cartooning

Explore storytelling through art!

Instructor: Greg Stump

REGISTER HERE

Drawing and storytelling come together in this week of comic and cartoon exploration.  Students will be encouraged to develop their own narrative voice while working together to create a collaborative ‘zine, which will be art directed, written and published by the group by the end of the week.

Greg Stump has been working in Seattle as a teacher and freelance artist/writer for close to two decades. Currently he teaches as a writer-in-residence in Seattle public schools through Seattle Arts & Lectures’ Writers in the Schools program, and he has past experience teaching at such organizations as Pratt Fine Arts Center, the Frye Art Museum, Arts Corps, and Coyote Central. His primary medium is comics. He has been a regular contributor to The Stranger, and his comic book series Urban Hipster has been nominated for numerous awards. His graphic novel, Disillusioned Illusions, was published by Fantagraphics Books.

25 Friday

Summer Camp 201...
9:00 am—3:00 pm

For students entering grades 5-8

Tuition: $375 per student/week

Schedule: 9am-3pm, Monday through Friday

Location: Bainbridge Island Museum of Art

Contact: Kristin Tollefson, Education Director at kristin@biartmuseum.org or 206.451.4004

Explore, experiment and create during BIMA’s Summer Camps!  Students entering grades 5-8 are invited to participate in week-long camps led by experienced teaching artists and supported by teaching assistants in a bright and welcoming museum environment. Each week will expose participants to new materials, ideas, and ways of making, using the classroom, museum exhibits and our surrounding island community as inspiration. All supplies provided, and maximum enrollment for each week is 15 students.

 


 

Sessions:

August 7-11

Artist Boot Camp

A week of letting go and diving into art-making!

Instructor: Dana Squires

REGISTER HERE

Think like an artist, look at the world through the eyes of an artist, and develop your own artistic voice! Students will explore and observe their surroundings in nature and in exhibits at the art museum through drawing, collage and much more! Use play and art-making to develop creativity, curiosity, and to solve problems in creative ways.

Dana Squires is an artist and an educator who approaches teaching as creative endeavor in itself and an integral part of her artistic process. She graduated from the Evergreen State College and has shown her work locally, nationally and internationally. Dana has volunteering with the Peace Corps in both West Africa and in the Solomon Islands and has been included on the ArtsWA Teaching Artist Roster for 10 years.

 

August 21-25

Comics & Cartooning

Explore storytelling through art!

Instructor: Greg Stump

REGISTER HERE

Drawing and storytelling come together in this week of comic and cartoon exploration.  Students will be encouraged to develop their own narrative voice while working together to create a collaborative ‘zine, which will be art directed, written and published by the group by the end of the week.

Greg Stump has been working in Seattle as a teacher and freelance artist/writer for close to two decades. Currently he teaches as a writer-in-residence in Seattle public schools through Seattle Arts & Lectures’ Writers in the Schools program, and he has past experience teaching at such organizations as Pratt Fine Arts Center, the Frye Art Museum, Arts Corps, and Coyote Central. His primary medium is comics. He has been a regular contributor to The Stranger, and his comic book series Urban Hipster has been nominated for numerous awards. His graphic novel, Disillusioned Illusions, was published by Fantagraphics Books.

26 Saturday

AMRA/ARMA: The ...
7:30 pm—9:00 pm

Tickets: http://amra-arma.brownpapertickets.com/

Amra/Arma, the legendary Hyborean performance group, will be arriving in our century from the mists of eons past to perform at Bainbridge Island Museum of Art.

Amra/Arma was founded by the late composer, Stanley Lunetta who passed away last year. Mr. Lunetta was a well-known avant garde composer/performer/instructor who taught at the University of California, Davis and collaborated with the likes of John Cage, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Robert Ashley, Terry Riley, Allen Strange and Steve Reich. He was a self-taught digital electronic synthesizer inventor and builder, constructing machines that thought for themselves and, with the prodding of human beings, could compose and perform music spontaneously.

Amra/Arma combines the high technology of digital sound that Lunetta pioneered with the brute energy of primeval percussion and the aesthetics of Hyborian culture (derived from the mythos developed by pulp fiction authors Robert E. Howard (Conan the Barbarian), Michael Moorcock (The Eternal Champion) and H.P. Lovecraft (the Cthulhu saga). The group's history dates back to it's premier at The International Carnival of Experimental Sound (ICES) in London, England in 1972 and has continued with performances on the West Coast.

As a Tribute to Mr. Lunetta, the surviving members of Amra/Arma (Ken Horton, Kurt Bischoff and Karl Bischoff) have joined with brothers Jherek and Korum Bischoff to perform what promises to be a spectacular event. Jherek Bischoff (besides being the son of Kurt Bischoff) is a noted composer and performer in his own right, having collaborated with David Byrne, the Kronos Quartet, Amanda Palmer, and Neil Gaiman. He recently acted as music director for the debut of Sandman, Robert Wilson's latest production, and has had his album Cistern performed (and the video displayed in Times Square, NY. Korum Bischoff is a well-known local percussionist and instructor and is a member of the Grammy-nominated kindie rock band Recess Monkey.

This concert will feature some of Lunetta's own musical sculptures (performing their own self-actuated compositions), a surround-sound system, many different types of percussion instruments, and sub-sonic and altered bass instruments.

27 Sunday

28 Monday

29 Tuesday

Inspired Chef
5:30 pm—8:00 pm

Tuesday night dinners in the BIMA Bistro

A series of pop-up dinners featuring themed menus and special guest chefs.

Join your friends and neighbors for Inspired Chef, a series of pop-up dinners on Tuesday nights at Bainbridge Island Museum of Art. Each dinner features a different chef or restaurant focusing on something that inspire them to do what they do—a specific cuisine, another chef, a part of the world, a food movement, the season, or whatever else moves them.

Staggered seatings. Moderately priced. Please note, membership discount does not apply on these special events.

Make your reservation at 206-451-4011


2017 Schedule:

July 11 - Ben Cox & Meredyth Yund, Mira Bainbridge

July 18 - Alexandra Sharp, La Rondinella Pasta

July 25 - John Delp & Pam Buitenveld,Mossback

Aug. 1 - Marcia Newlands

Aug. 8 - Jeff Shepard & Heidi Umphenour, Blackbird/Fork+Spoon

Aug. 15 - Stephanie Knutson, Meghan Berg & Morgan Molinari, BIMA

Aug. 22 - Melinda Lucas & George Lewis

Aug. 29 - Matthew Woolen, Capitol Cider

Sept. 5 - Claire Younker Moe, Fig & Spice

 

Thanks to our generous sponsor:

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30 Wednesday

31 Thursday

Mindfulness Med...
8:30 am—9:30 am

with Steve Parsons

Please join us for a weekly mindful meditation practice, meeting on Thursday mornings in the BIMA Auditorium.

Mindful meditation is a practice focused on breathing techniques and quieting one's thoughts. Meditation has been shown to support both pain and stress management. Read more about Steve and his experience here.

Attendance is free of charge and drop-ins will be accommodated on a space-available basis.

Questions may be directed to Kristin Tollefson, Education Director, at kristin@biartmuseum.org or 206.451.4004.