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01 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.

02 Friday

03 Saturday

04 Sunday

05 Monday

06 Tuesday

smARTfilms: Lov...
7:30 pm—9:30 pm

Curated and hosted by tj faddis

Join us Tuesday nights in the BIMA Auditorium for a curated selection of films.

Series Pass$42 Member | $50 Non-Member
Single 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 PM
Movies begin at 7:30 PM

 


February 13:

Intimate Strangers (2004)

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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

 

February 20:

Nora's Will (2010)

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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 TICKETSSERIES PASS

 

February 27:

The Wedding Plan (2017)

 

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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

SINGLE TICKETSSERIES PASS

 

March 6:

Girl on the Bridge (1999)

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.

SINGLE TICKETSSERIES PASS

 

March 13:

Let Yourself Go (2017)

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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.

SINGLE TICKETSSERIES PASS

07 Wednesday

08 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.

09 Friday

10 Saturday

New Exhibitions...
2:00 pm—5:00 pm

Join us to celebrate the public opening of our new exhibitions!

Meet the artists, enjoy complimentary refreshments, and be the first to see our exciting, new shows throughout the Museum.

 

11 Sunday

12 Monday

Hosted Book Art...
10:00 am—4:00 pm

Take a closer look at the current show of Artist’s Books featured in the Sherry Grover Gallery. On selected days, hosts are available to answer your questions and guide you through the show. This is a great opportunity to explore these detailed and intricate, hand-made works of art and get a deeper understanding of the artists’ intent.  

Free, no registration required.

 

13 Tuesday

smARTfilms: Lov...
7:30 pm—9:30 pm

Curated and hosted by tj faddis

Join us Tuesday nights in the BIMA Auditorium for a curated selection of films.

Series Pass$42 Member | $50 Non-Member
Single 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 PM
Movies begin at 7:30 PM

 


February 13:

Intimate Strangers (2004)

IntimateStrangers

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

 

February 20:

Nora's Will (2010)

NorasWill

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 TICKETSSERIES PASS

 

February 27:

The Wedding Plan (2017)

 

TheWeddingPlan

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

SINGLE TICKETSSERIES PASS

 

March 6:

Girl on the Bridge (1999)

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.

SINGLE TICKETSSERIES PASS

 

March 13:

Let Yourself Go (2017)

letyourselfgo

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.

SINGLE TICKETSSERIES PASS

14 Wednesday

15 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.

16 Friday

17 Saturday

Localoops: Ligh...
7:00 pm—9:00 pm

Localoops: Light & Sound is a multi-projector immersive live performance in the Frank Buxton Auditorium at BIMA. This innovative evening show will feature multiple 16mm projectors simultaneously screening work by film artists Ruth Hayes, Caryn Cline, Catherine Alice Michaelis, Eric Ostrowski, and Devon Damonte, accompanied by quadrophonic sound by Peter Randlette. Student film footage created earlier in the day during the Direct Animation workshop will also be seen.

These movies (or flicks/motion graphics/images in high-velocity sequence) are all made by hand, without cameras (nor any other infernal contraption devices). Bring friends and family to watch them projected on the big screen. All ages welcome, pay what you can at the door.

Saturday, March 17 | 7 PM | Free, donations accepted at the door

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Please email Education Director, Kristin Tollefson at kristin@biartmuseum.org or 206.451.4004

18 Sunday

19 Monday

Hosted Book Art...
10:00 am—4:00 pm

Take a closer look at the current show of Artist’s Books featured in the Sherry Grover Gallery. On selected days, hosts are available to answer your questions and guide you through the show. This is a great opportunity to explore these detailed and intricate, hand-made works of art and get a deeper understanding of the artists’ intent.  

Free, no registration required.

 

20 Tuesday

smARTfilms: Por...
7:30 pm—9:30 pm

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Part of BIMA's Momentum Festival. Presented in partnership with Port Townsend Film Festival.

Join us Tuesday nights in the BIMA Auditorium for a curated selection of films.

Dinner seating in Bistro begins at 5:30 PM. (Reservations recommended - 206-451-4011)
Auditorium opens at 7:00 PM
Movies begin at 7:30 PM

 

Tickets 

Series Pass: $42 Member | $50 Non-Member

Single Tickets: $10 Member | $12 Non-Member
March 20 - Eden
March 27 - Lad: A Yorkshire Story
April 3 - These Amazing Shadows
April 10 - What If It Works?
April 17 - Becoming Bulletproof

 


Eden

Tuesday, March 20, 7:30pm
A chef discovers that the old adage "the way to a man's heart is through his stomach" works for women as well in this romantic comedy from Germany. 
Rotterdam Film Festival, Audience Choice Award, 2006.

Reserve Tickets2

 

Lad: A Yorkshire Story

Tuesday, March 27, 7:30pm
From the heart of a boy comes the story of a man. When Tom Proctor's dad dies his world falls apart, but life turns around through an unlikely new friend in this enchanting coming-of-age story set in the stunning Yorkshire Dales.
Port Townsend Film Festival, Audience Choice Award, 2013.

Reserve Tickets2

 

These Amazing Shadows

Tuesday, April 3, 7:30pm
A fascinating film that explores the history and importance of the National Film Registry, a roll call of American cinema treasures that reflects the diversity of film, and indeed the American experience itself.
Port Townsend Film Festival, Special Jury Prize, 2011.

Reserve Tickets2

 

What If It Works?

Tuesday, Aril 10, 7:30pm
Meet Adrian, an irrepressibly chirpy tech nerd with OCD. Meet Grace, a beautiful street artist with Multiple Personality Disorder. It's a love story that seems impossible. But what if it works?
Guest Appearance by Director Romi Trower.

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Becoming Bulletproof

Tuesday, April 17, 7:30pm
Every year, actors with and without disabilities meet at Zeno Mountain Farm to write, produce and star in original short films. A whirlwind filmmaking process of mastering lines, pushing through take after take, and grappling with high expectations, the film chronicles the genesis of a riveting movie and a personally and socially transformative experience.

Reserve Tickets2

21 Wednesday

Hosted Book Art...
10:00 am—4:00 pm

Take a closer look at the current show of Artist’s Books featured in the Sherry Grover Gallery. On selected days, hosts are available to answer your questions and guide you through the show. This is a great opportunity to explore these detailed and intricate, hand-made works of art and get a deeper understanding of the artists’ intent.  

Free, no registration required.

 

22 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.

An Evening with...
7:00 pm—9:00 pm

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Join us for an evening of poetry with four outstanding and inspiring artistic voices.

Part of BIMA's Momentum Festival. Presented in partnership with The Creative Residency at Bloedel Reserve

$10 BIMA & Bloedel Reserve members / $15 non-members / Free for students w/ valid ID

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Anis Mojgani
Poet and artist Anis Mojgani is a two time National Poetry Slam Champion, winner of the International World Cup Poetry Slam, and TEDx speaker. His work has appeared on HBO, NPR, and in such journals as Bat City Review, Rattle, Thrush, Muzzle, and Forklift Ohio. Anis has been awarded residencies from the Vermont Studio Center, AIR Serenbe, The Bloedel Reserve, and the Oregon WITS Program. The author of five books, Anis‘ latest collection, In the Pockets of Small Gods, comes out April of 2018 from Write Bloody Publishing. Originally from New Orleans, Anis currently lives in Portland, OR, where he serves on the Board of Directors for Literary Arts, and balances his time between writing, drawing, and being on the road. He can be found online at: thepianofarm.com

Karen Finneyfrock
Karen Finneyfrock is a poet and novelist in Seattle, WA. She is the author of two young adult novels: The Sweet Revenge of Celia Door and Starbird Murphy and the World Outside, both published by Viking Children’s Books. She is one of the editors of the anthology Courage: Daring Poems for Gutsy Girls and the author of Ceremony for the Choking Ghost, both released on Write Bloody press. She is a former Writer-in-Residence at Richard Hugo House in Seattle and teaches for Seattle Arts and Lectures’ Writers-in-the-Schools program. In 2010, Karen traveled to Nepal as a Cultural Envoy through the US Department of State to perform and teach poetry and in 2011, she did a reading tour in Germany sponsored by the US Embassy.

Ebo Barton
Ebo Barton is a Transgender and genderqueer, Black and Filipino poet and artist. Currently residing in Seattle, Washington (by way of Los Angeles, California) getting paid to be super queer and wondering what the f*!# snow even is. As a representative of Seattle, they've been on 4 National Slam Teams and participated at 3 Individual World Poetry Slams. Their most notable poetry slam accolade is placing 5th in the world in 2016. Ebo curated and directed, How to Love THIS Queer Body of Color: An Unapology and wrote and directed the award-winning play, Rising Up. You may have seen Ebo's work in Adrienne: A Poetry Journal by Sibling Rivalry Press, Button Poetry, All Def Poetry and Write About Now. They and their work have been featured in Seattle Weekly, Seattle Gay News, Seattle Review of Books,Crosscut and on the Sound Link Light Rail. Their work touches on political issues from a personal point of view and often is birthed from the struggles of living in the identities that they are. Ebo believes in the power of language and art as a tool for revolution.

Nikkita Oliver
Nikkita Oliver is a Seattle-based creative, teaching artist, attorney, and organizer. Her writing has appeared in the South Seattle Emerald, Crosscut, the Establishment, and the Stranger. Oliver holds a J.D. and Masters of Education from the University of Washington. She is also the case manager for Creative Justice, an arts-based alternative to incarceration, and has worked for arts organizations such as Writers in the Schools and Arts Corp.

Nikkita is the recipient of the 2017 City Arts Artists of the Year, Gender Justice Power Award (2017), Seattle King County NAACP Leadership Award (2017), Community Legal Services Imagine Justice Visionary of the Year (2017), the University of Washington Women’s Law Caucus Outstanding Achievement as a Young Lawyer Award (2017), the Seattle Office of Civil Rights Artist Human Rights Leader Award (2015), and the 2014 Seattle Poetry Slam Grand Champion. She has opened for Cornel West and Chuck D of Public Enemy and performed on The Late Night Show with Stephen Colbert. She is also the first political candidate of the Seattle Peoples Party; running for Mayor of Seattle in 2017 where she finished in 3rd (of 21 of candidates).

23 Friday

24 Saturday

The State of Cr...
10:30 am—12:30 pm

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Part of BIMA's Momentum Festival.

Free. Donations accepted. Reservation encouraged.

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Three luminaries in the craft world discuss the state of craft in America. Special guest Carol Sauvion is an American crafts scholar and patron, and the producer of the PBS series Craft in America. After opening the Freehand Gallery in Los Angeles in 1980 and launching Craft in America in 2007, she opened the Craft in America Study Center in 2009. BIMA’s Chief Curator Greg Robinson served on the Board of the American Craft Council and was Executive Director of Pratt Fine Arts Center. BIMA’s Education Director Kristin Tollefson is a respected career artist in sculpture, public art, environmental installation, and jewelry, as well as a curator and arts educator.

PBS’s Craft i...
12:00 pm—6:00 pm

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America’s vibrant craft scene is brought to life in six one-hour episodes, each with a special Northwest arts focus.

Part of BIMA's Momentum Festival.

Free. No reservation required.

Join us Sat, March 24 at 10 AM for The State of Craft in America panel with Craft in America Executive Director Carol Sauvion, as well as BIMA Chief Curator Greg Robinson and Education Director Kristin Tollefson. More info and tickets HERE!

Marathon Episode Schedule:

  • 12pm - Memory featuring Pat Courtney Gold
  • 1pm - Community featuring Pilchuck Glass School
  • 2pm - Landscape featuring Timberline Lodge
  • 3pm - Family featuring Paul, Marina and Dante Marioni
  • 4pm - Celebration featuring Yoshiko Yamamoto and Arts and Crafts Press
  • 5pm - Nature featuring Catherine Alice Michaelis and Preston Singletary

Art After Dark:...
7:00 pm—10:00 pm

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Part of BIMA's Momentum Festival. Presented in partnership with Kitsap Regional Library.

It’s a museum take-over, an evening crammed with art activities, music, poetry, food, and friends. Designed by and exclusively for high school students grades 9-12, this wildly fun event is hosted by museum and library staff.

Cost: None! This event is FREE and open to all high schoolers in grades 9-12. No reservation required.

Further questions? Contact Kristin Tollefson, BIMA Education Director, kristin@biartmuseum.org

 

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25 Sunday

PBS’s Craft i...
12:00 pm—6:00 pm

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America’s vibrant craft scene is brought to life in six one-hour episodes, each with a special Northwest arts focus.

Part of BIMA's Momentum Festival.

Free. No reservation required.

Join us Sat, March 24 at 10 AM for The State of Craft in America panel with Craft in America Executive Director Carol Sauvion, as well as BIMA Chief Curator Greg Robinson and Education Director Kristin Tollefson. More info and tickets HERE!

Marathon Episode Schedule:

  • 12pm - Memory featuring Pat Courtney Gold
  • 1pm - Community featuring Pilchuck Glass School
  • 2pm - Landscape featuring Timberline Lodge
  • 3pm - Family featuring Paul, Marina and Dante Marioni
  • 4pm - Celebration featuring Yoshiko Yamamoto and Arts and Crafts Press
  • 5pm - Nature featuring Catherine Alice Michaelis and Preston Singletary

26 Monday

27 Tuesday

smARTfilms: Por...
7:00 pm—9:30 pm

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Part of BIMA's Momentum Festival. Presented in partnership with Port Townsend Film Festival.

Join us Tuesday nights in the BIMA Auditorium for a curated selection of films.

Dinner seating in Bistro begins at 5:30 PM. (Reservations recommended - 206-451-4011)
Auditorium opens at 7:00 PM
Movies begin at 7:30 PM

 

Tickets 

Series Pass: $42 Member | $50 Non-Member

Single Tickets: $10 Member | $12 Non-Member
March 20 - Eden
March 27 - Lad: A Yorkshire Story
April 3 - These Amazing Shadows
April 10 - What If It Works?
April 17 - Becoming Bulletproof

 


Eden

Tuesday, March 20, 7:30pm
A chef discovers that the old adage "the way to a man's heart is through his stomach" works for women as well in this romantic comedy from Germany. 
Rotterdam Film Festival, Audience Choice Award, 2006.

Reserve Tickets2

 

Lad: A Yorkshire Story

Tuesday, March 27, 7:30pm
From the heart of a boy comes the story of a man. When Tom Proctor's dad dies his world falls apart, but life turns around through an unlikely new friend in this enchanting coming-of-age story set in the stunning Yorkshire Dales.
Port Townsend Film Festival, Audience Choice Award, 2013.

Reserve Tickets2

 

These Amazing Shadows

Tuesday, April 3, 7:30pm
A fascinating film that explores the history and importance of the National Film Registry, a roll call of American cinema treasures that reflects the diversity of film, and indeed the American experience itself.
Port Townsend Film Festival, Special Jury Prize, 2011.

Reserve Tickets2

 

What If It Works?

Tuesday, Aril 10, 7:30pm
Meet Adrian, an irrepressibly chirpy tech nerd with OCD. Meet Grace, a beautiful street artist with Multiple Personality Disorder. It's a love story that seems impossible. But what if it works?
Guest Appearance by Director Romi Trower.

Reserve Tickets2

 

Becoming Bulletproof

Tuesday, April 17, 7:30pm
Every year, actors with and without disabilities meet at Zeno Mountain Farm to write, produce and star in original short films. A whirlwind filmmaking process of mastering lines, pushing through take after take, and grappling with high expectations, the film chronicles the genesis of a riveting movie and a personally and socially transformative experience.

Reserve Tickets2

28 Wednesday

29 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.

30 Friday

The Pine and th...
7:00 pm—9:00 pm

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Part of BIMA's Momentum Festival. Presented in partnership with Humanities WA, Bainbridge Island Japanese American Community and LibraryU

Free. Donations accepted. Reservation Encouraged.

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Seattle’s Japantown was a thriving commercial hub – filled with cafes, grocery stores, native-language services and music venues. Eastern Washington was just as prosperous, as Japanese farmers cultivated fruit and grain for the Northwest region. Then came Executive Order 9066, and overnight thousands of Japanese Americans were ripped from their farms and businesses and sent to concentration camps in windswept deserts without any due process. Mayumi Tsutakawa, daughter of renowned sculptor George Tsutakawa, tells the story of her 100-year history against the backdrop of this American travesty of justice and equality on the anniversary date of the first forced removal of Japanese Americans, which happened here on Bainbridge Island.

 

31 Saturday

Meet the Artist...
1:00 pm—4:00 pm

Meet the Artist is an informal opportunity to engage with our current exhibiting artists in the galleries. Ask questions and learn first-hand about their work, inspiration, and process.

Free. No registration required.

Saturday, March 31, 1-4pm

  • Larry Ahvakana

  • Kris Ekstrand

  • Paul Polson

  • Bill Walcott

  • Steve Wilson

Thursday, April 4, 1-4pm

  • Steve Parmelee

  • Bill Walcott

  • Melinda West (demo)

  • Steve Wilson

Thurs, April 5, 1-4pm

  • Preston Wadley

Friday, April 6, 1-4pm

  • Michael Felber
  • Steve Parmelee

  • Jenny Fillius

Saturday, April 71-4pm

  • Maggie Ball

  • Alfred Currier

  • Matthew X. Curry
  • Stephen L. Rosen

  • Anne Schreivogl

  • Peggy Smith-Venturi

  • Kurt Solmssen

  • Kay Walsh

Sunday, April 8, 1-4pm

  • Paul Polson

Saturday, April 211-4pm

  • Alfred Currier

  • Anne Schreivogl

  • Kurt Solmssen

Saturday, April 28, 1-4pm

  • Michael Felber
  • George Rodriguez

  • Kay Walsh

 

Jherek Bischoff...
2:30 pm—5:00 pm

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Join us in welcoming renowned musician, composer, and Bainbridge Island native Jherek Bischoff for an open rehearsal in one of BIMA's light-filled galleries prior to his sold-out performance in the auditorium the same evening. Bischoff will be rehearsing contemporary chamber works inspired by the sea with commentary on how living aboard a sailboat in Eagle Harbor shaped his career in music.

As this is an open rehearsal, the musicians may stop and start throughout the performance.

Part of BIMA's Momentum Festival. Presented in partnership with Space Craft.

Free, no reservations required.

Jherek Bischoff...
7:30 pm—9:30 pm

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Part of BIMA's Momentum Festival. Presented in partnership with Space Craft.

$19 members / $24 non-members

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Renowned musician, composer and Bainbridge Island native, Jherek Bischoff presents contemporary chamber works in a special evening of songs inspired by the sea with commentary on how living aboard a sailboat in Eagle Harbor shaped his career in music. Called a “pop polymath” by The New York Times, Jherek’s recent collaborators include playwright Robert Wilson and music icon David Byrne. Joining Bischoff are Heather Bentley and Alina To on Violin, Alex Guy on Viola, and Maria Scherer Wilson on Cello.

“With his wide-ranging life experience and his musical know-how, Bischoff turns out singular chamber-pop creations.” – The New Yorker