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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.
smARTfilms: Ult...7:30 pm—9:30 pm
Join us Tuesday nights in the BIMA Auditorium for a curated selection of films.
Tickets: $10 Member, $12 Non-Member
Dinner seating in Bistro begins at 5:30pm. Reservations recommended - 206-451-4011.Auditorium opens at 7:00pmMovies at 7:30pm
"Mr. Altman makes movies the way other men go on binges — with an abandon that sometimes gets the better of him — and which should be preserved and protected."—Vincent Canby, The New York Times
Read curator Tova Gannana's essay on The Long Goodbye here.
Neo-noir film based on Raymond Chandler's 1953 novel of the same name. The screenplay was written by Leigh Brackett, who co-wrote the screenplay for The Big Sleep in 1946.
SINGLE TICKETS HERE | SERIES PASS HERE
Read curator Tova Gannana's essay on McCabe & Mrs. Miller here.
Musical score composed by Leonard Cohen!
This unorthodox dream western by Robert Altman may be the most radically beautiful film to come out of the New American Cinema. It stars Warren Beatty and Julie Christie as two newcomers to the raw Pacific Northwest.
Read curator Tova Gannana's essay on 3 Women here.
This dreamlike masterpiece from Robert Altman careens from the humorous to the chilling to the surreal, resulting in one of the most unusual and compelling films of the 1970s.
Read curator Tova Gannana's essay on Nashville here.
Critically acclaimed and often included on “best films” lists, Robert Altman’s biting satire is both brilliantly subtle and epic in scale.
Read curator Tova Gannana's essay on Secret Honor here.
Based on the original play by Donald Freed and Arnold M. Stone, and starring Philip Baker Hall in a tour de force solo performance, Robert Altman’s "Secret Honor" is a searing interrogation of the Nixon mystique and an audacious depiction of unchecked paranoia.
Read curator Tova Gannana's essay on The Player here.
Robert Altman has not really been away. Yet his new Hollywood satire titled "The Player" is so entertaining, so flip and so genially irreverent that it seems to announce the return of the great gregarious film maker whose "Nashville" remains one of the classics of the 1970's.
Mindfulness Med...8:30 am—9:30 am
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.451.4004.
Sip & Shop6:30 pm—8:30 pm
Sip bubbles, eat snacks and be the first to shop quality, hand-crafted artworks and merchandise from our region with a special double discount of 20% in the Museum Store during this exclusive Members-only event!
Members, look for your invitation in the mail or register online HERE!
Not a Member? Become one today and enjoy this fun Member's perk!
smARTfilms: Chr...7:30 pm—10:00 pm
The troubled Vuillard family is no stranger to illness, grief, and banishment, but when their matriarch requires a bone-marrow transplant, the estranged clan reunites just in time for Christmas.
Directed by Arnaud Desplechin | 150 minutes | French with subtitles
BUY TICKETS HERE
A successful song-and-dance team becomes romantically involved with a sister act and team up to save the failing Vermont inn of their former commanding general.
Directed by Michael Curtiz | 120 minutes
Gypsy Jazz Conc...6:00 pm—9:00 pm
Closed10:00 am—6:00 pm