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Things are a-changing in the museum galleries! Our curatorial team has been hard at work changing out the artwork in the entire museum for a whole new cycle of exciting, engaging, and thought-provoking shows.

Take a peek at the new round of exhibitions and learn more about them with Greg Robinson, BIMA Chief Curator, in this new post on the BIMA Blog.

While our doors are temporarily closed, we are excited to introduce a lineup of exhibition-related online events to help you engage from afar.

Winter/Spring Exhibitions

Learn about each of BIMA’s new exhibitions through these links below.

Breathe

Kimberly Trowbridge: Into the Garden

Paul Rucker: FOREVER

Water Is…

Nancy Callan & Katherine Gray: The Clown in Me Loves You

Trimpin: Hear & Now.

Exhibition Related Events

Artist Conversations with Marilyn Montufar and Michelle Kumata
Sunday, January 17, 7pm
Zoom Webinar | FREE, registration required
Exhibiting artists Marilyn Montufar and Michelle Kumata share personal and relevant stories of migration, identity, and race, centered around their art featured in the group exhibition Breathe.
Learn more & register here.

Journey for Justice
Monday, January 18, 1-4pm
Zoom | FREE, registration recommended
An afternoon of community connection, including regional speakers, poets, visual and performing artists, as well as links to two BIMA exhibitions, Breatheand Paul Rucker: FOREVER.
Learn more & register here.

The Shape of Color: Two-Day Seminar with Kimberly Trowbridge
Saturdays. January 23 & 30, 10am-3:30pm
Zoom webinar | $264 member/$330 non-member
Exhibiting artist Kimberly Trowbridge walks you through her creative practice of translating shape and colorfrom nature into meaningful images in this two day seminar.
Learn more & register here.

Artist Conversations with Carletta Carrington Wilson and Eileen Jimenez
Thursday, February 4, 7pm
Zoom Webinar | FREE, registration required
Exhibiting artists Carletta Carrington Wilson and Eileen Jimenez share personal and relevant stories of migration, identity, and race, centered around their art featured in the group exhibition Breathe.
Learn more & register here.

Look Again: Early-Stage Memory Loss Guided Art Discussions
Friday, February 5, 10am
Zoom | FREE, registration required
A facilitated art discussion exploring pieces from current exhibitions for those with early-stage memory loss and their care partners.
Learn more & register here.

Your continued support of BIMA's mission is greatly appreciated!

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Bainbridge Island Museum of Art inspires curiosity, wonder and understanding by connecting people with the contemporary art and craft of the Puget Sound region. The art museum exhibits, interprets, preserves, collects, and promotes works of proven cultural value as well as new works by emerging artists and craftspeople. The art museum is open daily 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Free admission. All COVID-19 precautions can be found at https://www.biartmuseum.org/reopening/. BIMA is located in beautiful downtown Bainbridge Island, at the corner of Hwy 305 and Winslow Way; just steps away from the ferry terminal, and with easy access via public transportation or by car from the Kitsap Peninsula.

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