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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.
Resonant Bodies...7:00 pm—10:00 pm
Resonant Bodies, the musical duo of trumpeter Stephanie Richards and percussionist Andrew Drury, performs at BIMA! The performers will be on hand afterward to chat and sign copies of their new CD THAW at a reception with snacks and drinks.
This will be Drury's first time performing on the island since graduating from BHS in 1983. He has subsequently carved a niche in international music circles with over 50 recordings and performances in 27 countries. "This is really meaningful--I'm super excited to play here again, and to re-connect and make new friends," says Drury. Drury was part of the Seattle jazz scene in the mid-90s before settling in New York and beginning to perform internationally. He also has led music residencies at Hyla Middle School, Suquamish Elementary School, Centrum, and was an artist in residence with the Washington State Arts Commission from 1995-'99.
Trumpeter Stephanie Richards grew up in Calgary, Alberta and now splits her time between New York and San Diego. She has worked with Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Henry Threadgill and MacArthur "Genius" Anthony Braxton, and many others including David Byrne, Kanye West, The Pixies, the Kronos Quartet, Helmut Lachenmann, Laurie Anderson, Yoko Ono, and Bang On a Can's Asphalt Orchestra. She co-directs the Festival of New Trumpet with Dave Douglas and is also Assistant Professor at UC San Diego.
Cash Bar Open: 6 pmConcert: 7 pm
Admission: $15 advanced or $18 at the door. Reservations recommended.Tickets available here.For more info: email@example.com
smARTfilms: Fil...7:30 pm—9:30 pm
Join us Tuesday nights in the BIMA Auditorium for a curated selection of films.
Featured Films:January 9: Key Largo (1941) - SOLD OUTJanuary 16: Ace In The Hole (1951)January 23: Naked City (1948) - NEW DATEJanuary 30: Elevator to the Gallows (1958)February 6: Klute (1971)
Dinner seating in Bistro begins at 5:30 PM. (Reservations recommended - 206-451-4011.)Auditorium opens at 7:00 PMMovies begin at 7:30 PM
Series Pass: $42 Member | $50 Non-Member - SOLD OUTSingle Tickets:$10 Member | $12 Non-Member | FREE - Students w/ valid ID
A man visits his old friend's hotel and finds a gangster running things. As a hurricane approaches, the two end up confronting each other.
SINGLE TICKETS HERE - SOLD OUT
A frustrated former big-city journalist now stuck working for an Albuquerque newspaper exploits a story about a man trapped in a cave to re-jump start his career, but the situation quickly escalates into an out-of-control circus.
SINGLE TICKETS HERE
New York City film noir about two detectives investigating the death of an attractive young woman. The apparent suicide turns out to be murder.
*French w/ subtitles
A self-assured businessman murders his employer, the husband of his mistress, which unintentionally provokes an ill-fated chain of events.
A small-town detective searching for a missing man has only one lead: a connection with a New York prostitute.
Meet Me at the ...10:30 am—12:00 pm
Meet Me at the Movies is a unique film experience. Theme-based clips from classic and contemporary films are shown, followed by audience discussion and reminiscence guided by a moderator. Designed for people with memory loss and their care partners, this program can be enjoyed by all adults. This program is produced in partnership with the Frye Art Museum
Registration is not required for this free program. Doors open 30 minutes before the program begins. First-come, first-served.
February 9: ExplorationMay 25: AgingAugust 24: Pacific NorthwestNovember 9: Animals
10:30 AM - 12 PM | BIMA Auditorium | Free, $5 suggested donation
smARTfilms: Lov...7:30 pm—9:30 am
Series Pass: $42 Member | $50 Non-MemberSingle Tickets: $10 Member | $12 Non-Member | FREE - Students w/ valid ID
February 13 - Intimate Strangers (France)February 20 - Nora's Will (Mexico)February 27 - The Wedding Plan (Israel)March 6 - Girl on the Bridge (France)March 13 - Let Yourself Go (Italy)
Dinner seating in Bistro begins at 5:30 PM. (Reservations recommended - 206-451-4011)Auditorium opens at 7:00 PMMovies begin at 7:30 PM
French with subtitles.
In this provocative love story masked as a suspense thriller, a beautiful Parisian woman opens the wrong door and steps into a dizzying psychological mystery that will forever change two lives. “A sophisticated fairy tale. It proposes that you can make an extraordinarily satisfying comedy without writing a single joke.” - Richard Schickel, TIME Magazine
SINGLE TICKETS | SERIES PASS
Spanish with subtitles.
When his ex-wife Nora dies right before Passover, Jose is forced to stay with her body until she can be properly put to rest. He soon realizes he is part of Nora’s plan to bring her family back together for one last Passover feast. But she missed something - a mysterious photograph will lead to an unexpected outcome which will remind us that sometimes the greatest love stories are hidden in the smallest places. “In her feature film debut, Mexican writer/direct Mariana Chenillo has woven a genuine charmer, tartly funny and irreverent yet warm and poignant - a testament to enduring love.” - Toronto Star
SINGLE TICKETS | SERIES PASS
Hebrew with subtitles.
At age 32, Michal is finally looking forward to the comfort and security of marriage, when she is blindsided by her fiance’s decision to call off the wedding with only 1 month notice. Unwilling to return to lonely single life, Michal puts her trust in fate and continues with her wedding plans (booking the hall, shopping for the wedding dress), believing Mr. Right will appear by her chosen date. “In a complicated role, the excellent Noa Koler exudes a flighty confidence: For all her nuptial-related anxieties, Michal is completely comfortable with who she is - another tipoff that this ordinary-sounding movie is actually pretty special.” - NY TIMES
English/French with subtitles.
A fading entertainer intervenes when a woman contemplates suicide, and a strange, unpredictable relationship continues after she joins his knife-throwing act.
Italian with subtitles.
Toni Servillo (THE GREAT BEAUTY) stars as a psychoanalyst who lives a comfortable and rather self-centered existence from his ex-wife, who lives in a flat on the same floor in his apartment building, and with whom he is still secretly in love. Instructed to lose some weight by his doctor, he obtains a Spanish personal trainer, Claudia, a single mother with an unhinged criminal ex-boyfriend, who tries to breathe new energy into his tired, predictable life.
smARTfilms: Lov...7:30 pm—9:30 pm
Weaving Histori...10:00 am—6:00 pm
Weaving Histories is a week-long community collaboration to celebrate Black History Month. Activities take place at BIMA in partnership with several Kitsap County organizations including Living Arts Cultural Heritage Center, New Life Community Development Agency, Kitsap County African-American Historical Society, Emanuel Apostolic Church, and Bainbridge Island School District.
Museum visitors of all ages will enjoy visual art displays that weave three distinct histories:
A Night of CulturesFriday, Feb 23 | 6-9 pmAn evening of music, dance, and spoken word performances. Reservation strongly encouraged.
Community CelebrationSunday, Feb 25 | Open House: 3-6 pm | Special Program: 3:30-4:30 pmAn open house featuring roaming arts performances and visual art displays, as well as a formal program with greetings from regional dignitaries, music, dance, and more. Reservation strongly encouraged.
Art in ActionFebruary 22-25 | 11-2 pmArtists and cultural partners will host the art activities focused on Black History Month in this classic BIMA program. No reservation required.
All events are free and open to the public.
Dr. Vint Virga:...7:00 pm—9:00 pm
Presented by The Creative Residency at Bloedel Reserve
In this evening’s outreach event, Dr. Vint Virga will share readings from his book, The Soul of All Living Creatures, and stories from his years in practice as a veterinarian specialized in animal behavior working with a wide range of species—from wolves and whales to family pets—as well as introduce his next book in progress, which he is working on while at Bloedel Reserve.
For over thirty years, Dr. Vint Virga has been a distinguished practitioner in veterinary medicine, recognized for his insights into our relationships with animals. As the country’s leading veterinarian specialized in wildlife behavior, his expertise spans the animal kingdom from dogs and cats to wild species such as polar bears, leopards, wolves, and giraffes. In his practice as CEO of Veterinary Healing Arts, he works as an advisor on wildlife conservation, well-being, and behavior to wildlife preserves and refuges; zoological parks and gardens; animal care and welfare foundations; and federal agencies. He has served as an instructor at leading colleges and universities, as well as conservational, environmental, and animal symposia. He has been profiled in The New York Times and featured on NPR Fresh Air, ABC World News, National Geographic Explorer, and PBS Nature.
Dr. Virga’s first book, The Soul of All Living Creatures is a winner of the Silver Nautilus Award. As a writer, he posts a blog for Psychology Today and has contributed to Conjunctions, Biographile, Mind Body Green, and Books for Better Living. In recognition of his writing, he’s been awarded two MacDowell Fellowships, a Kendall Fellowship, and literary residencies at Yaddo, Brush Creek Arts Foundation, and Bloedel Reserve. Dr. Virga lives in New England with his wife, daughter, golden retriever, and two Norwegian forest cats.
7 pm | Free, Registration encouraged - REGISTER HERE
Weaving Histori...6:00 pm—9:00 pm
Presented in partnership with Living Arts Cultural Heritage Center, New Life Community Development Agency, Kitsap County African-American Historical Society, Emanuel Apostolic Church, and Bainbridge Island School District.
Join us for a night of music, dance, and spoken word performances as part of Weaving Histories, Living Arts Cultural Heritage Center and BIMA's celebration of Black History Month.
This special evening is a partnership between Bainbridge Island School District’s Multicultural Advisory Council, High School Native Club, and the Diversity Clubs at Bainbridge High School and Woodward Middle School, and Living Life Leadership mentoring program in Bremerton. The event is free and open to the public, but space is limited and reservations for strongly suggested. Light food and refreshments are provided.
Free | Reservation encouraged - RESERVE SEATS HERE
Weaving Histori...3:00 pm—6:00 pm
Join us for an open house of Weaving Histories, Living Arts Cultural Heritage Center and BIMA's celebration of Black History Month.
This public event will feature roaming arts performances and visual art displays during the hours of 3-6 pm, as well as a formal program in the Buxton Auditorium from 3:30-4:30 pm including greetings from regional dignitaries, traditional music and dance from several cultural groups, words and offerings, and a closing by the Black History Gospel Choir, directed by Willi Mae Sharpe. Reservations are strongly suggested for the 3:30 PM program as space is limited. Light food and refreshments are provided.