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2019 Public Art Opens August 2

2019 Public Art Opens August 2

Mike Seidl (l), Anne Smart, Bill Baran-Mickle, Karsten Boysen, Grace Harris Now in its second year, Something New, our rotating Public Art Initiative, will reveal this year’s installations at the Island’s First Friday Art Walk on Friday, August 2nd. Permanent pedestals located on Winslow Way, […]

Artwork from the new Land Trust Book at the Bainbridge Library

Artwork from the new Land Trust Book at the Bainbridge Library

The Bainbridge Island Land Trust has produced a glorious new book full of photographs, illustrations and stories celebrating 30 years of protection and stewardship of the natural elements on our island. Natural Bainbridge: Working Together to Protect Our Island connects information about ecosystems with the roles played […]

Arts Humanities Bainbridge introduces Currents Online

Arts Humanities Bainbridge introduces Currents Online

AHB’s Tim Spenser, Anne Smart, and Inez Jones with Artsopolis founder Jeff Trabucco Looking for something to do on a Saturday night? A bass player for your band? An artist to paint your pet? An opportunity to showcase your dramatic talent? Check out bainbridgecurrents.com for […]

Artist Joanie Klorer at the Bainbridge Library

Artist Joanie Klorer at the Bainbridge Library

How do you capture a storm on canvas? Artist Joanie Klorer grew up in Tornado Alley, and spent her career helping others find therapeutic resolution through art. Now she’s carrying her own awareness of time, place, and storms into abstract paintings she’ll share at the […]

Artist Gigi Godfrey at the Library this June

Artist Gigi Godfrey at the Library this June

Gigi Godfrey “Mischief & Craft” is the title of Gigi Godfrey’s art show opening Friday, June 7th in the Bainbridge Island Library. The title comes from a chapter in the book Other Minds: The Octopus, the Sea, and the Deep Origins of Consciousness by Peter Godfrey-Smith (no […]

BIHM offers Digitization Days May 18,19

BIHM offers Digitization Days May 18,19

If you have historical documents pertaining to the history of Bainbridge Island, the Bainbridge Island History Museum can digitize them for you. Come to Digitization Days, May 18 and 19 at the Bainbridge Island Library. In this podcast BIHM Executive Director Brianna Kosowitz shares with […]

Artist Joan Clark opens May 3 at the Bainbridge Library

Artist Joan Clark opens May 3 at the Bainbridge Library

First presented with oil, brushes and canvas at the age of 10, artist Joan Clark has returned to painting after a long hiatus with charming results. Her paintings of people and animals open at the library on Friday, May 3. Mainly self-taught, Joan’s influenced by […]

Artist Cynthia Lait at the Bainbridge Library

Artist Cynthia Lait at the Bainbridge Library

“Headed for Shore” by Cynthia Lait Curious about the artist behind the new murals in the ferry terminal? Meet Cynthia Lait when her new exhibit opens at the Bainbridge Island Library on Friday Evening, April 5th. Ever since Cynthia Lait can remember, she’s been creating art. […]

Ars Poetica comes to the Bainbridge Library

Ars Poetica comes to the Bainbridge Library

Ars Poetica — the pairing of art and poetry — is now coming to Bainbridge. Selected poems are being paired with photos from members of the Bainbridge Island Photo Club and will be on display at the Bainbridge Public Library, opening March 1. Now in […]

Book Lovers Night Out at the Library Jan 31

Book Lovers Night Out at the Library Jan 31

Calling all readers, book group members and lovers of books. Here’s a great way to meet like-minded folks while supporting one of the Island’s most appreciated institutions. Listen here as Bainbridge Public Library Board members Rachelle Castleberry and Caryl Grosch tell us about the upcoming […]