Arts and Artists on Bainbridge

<b>BSO conductor’s podium now filled: meet Mario Alejandro Torres</b>

BSO conductor’s podium now filled: meet Mario Alejandro Torres

In this podcast interview you’ll meet Mario Alejandro Torres, the new Music Director and Conductor for the Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra. Born & raised in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, Mario is a conductor, teacher, and student who also performs on the viola and violin. He currently […]

<b>Local artists to participate in September Arts Event at the Library</b>

Local artists to participate in September Arts Event at the Library

Jamie Brouwer will be one of several artists featured at the library this month On September 7th, 8th, and 9th, at the Bainbridge Island Library, local artists and art organizations will be sharing arts and information galore. Don’t miss it! Listen here as artist and […]

<b>Dorothy Brown shows “My Art of Jazz” at the library this August</b>

Dorothy Brown shows “My Art of Jazz” at the library this August

Street Musicians, Cuba, Oil Painting by Dorothy Brown Artist Dorothy Brown’s paintings explore “My Art of Jazz.” Experience them at the library during the month of August, and don’t miss the opening — August 3rd at 5:30 pm. The paintings, created in oils and inspired […]

<b>Studio Tour impresario and artist Dinah Satterwhite</b>

Studio Tour impresario and artist Dinah Satterwhite

Photographer Dinah Satterwhite has been running the Bainbridge Island Studio Tour — coming up this August — for about 10 years. Listen here as she talks about her work, both as a photographer and a tour organizer. A Bainbridge resident since 1997, Dinah has been […]

<i>Podcast: Arts and Artists on Bainbridge: </i><br>You can help Artist Amy D’Apice capture “Vanishing Bainbridge”

Podcast: Arts and Artists on Bainbridge:
You can help Artist Amy D’Apice capture “Vanishing Bainbridge”

Painter and long-time Bainbridge resident  Amy D’Apice is seeking subjects to paint for her newest project, entitled “Vanishing Bainbridge.” Listen here and learn how you can help her capture what remains of old Bainbridge before it dies away. Amy moved to Bainbridge Island in 1986 […]

<i>Podcast: Arts & Artists on Bainbridge: </i>Artist Deliah Grace Hubbard to be featured at Library in July

Podcast: Arts & Artists on Bainbridge: Artist Deliah Grace Hubbard to be featured at Library in July

Artist Deliah Grace Hubbard brings her watercolors and painted furniture to the Bainbridge Library for the month of July, with an opening during the Art Walk, July 6 from 5-7 pm. Listen here to learn about her process, her incorporation of Sumi-e brushstrokes, and her […]

<i>Podcast: Arts and Artists on Bainbridge: </i><br>“Something New” Public Art to be unveiled July 6

Podcast: Arts and Artists on Bainbridge:
“Something New” Public Art to be unveiled July 6

“Something New,” Public Art’s newest program, will be officially unveiled on the First Friday Art Walk, July 6th from 6-8 pm.  The Public Art Committee, a subcommittee of Arts & Humanities Bainbridge, partners with the City of Bainbridge Island to manage and facilitate COBI’s Public […]

<i>Podcast: Arts and Artists on Bainbridge: </i><br>Artist John Wiens to show at Library this June

Podcast: Arts and Artists on Bainbridge:
Artist John Wiens to show at Library this June

How could you capture 3 dimensional movement in a 2 dimensional medium? This is a challenge that has fascinated artist John Wiens for more than 50 years — first as an architect, and then later as a sketcher, a watercolor artist, and now as a […]

<i>Podcast: Arts and Artists on Bainbridge: </i><br>Learn the A to Z of Glass Casting at BARN with Robin Hoerth

Podcast: Arts and Artists on Bainbridge:
Learn the A to Z of Glass Casting at BARN with Robin Hoerth

In this podcast BCB host John Fossett talks with Robin Hoerth, the glass artist who’ll be teaching the A to Z of Glass Casting at BARN May 3,4, and 11. Robin, who grew up in the Midwest and moved to Western Washington after graduating college, […]

<i>Podcast: Arts & Artists: </i>Guatemalan weavings featured at the Bainbridge Library in May

Podcast: Arts & Artists: Guatemalan weavings featured at the Bainbridge Library in May

During the month of May, the library meeting room will be displaying colorful Guatemalan weavings from the 70s to the present, collected by Daphne Stewart and Elizabeth Dequine. In this podcast, BCB host John Fossett talks with Daphne about the history behind the weavings, their […]