John Fossett

<b>Artist Peggy Brunton at the Library this December</b>

Artist Peggy Brunton at the Library this December

Christmas Afloat, by Peggy Brunton Christmas, Spring, boats and carousels: Peggy Brunton’s paintings are filled with light and color. See them at the library in December; opening Friday evening December 7. Artist Peggy Brunton received a Master of Fine Arts from the University of Washington […]

<b>Behind the scenes at Celluloid Bainbridge</b>

Behind the scenes at Celluloid Bainbridge

In anticipation of Celluloid Bainbridge’s upcoming 20th anniversary retrospective (November 17-18), festival founder Kathleen Thorne and Lynwood Theatre maven TJ Faddis¬† talk with BCB host John Fossett about the history, technical challenges, and highlights of this iconic film festival. Over the last 20 years of […]

<b>Celluloid Bainbridge offers 20th Anniversary Retrospective November 17-18</b>

Celluloid Bainbridge offers 20th Anniversary Retrospective November 17-18

TJ Faddis (L) and Kathleen Thorne, co-curators of this year’s Celluloid Bainbridge Festival In honor of the 20th anniversary of Celluloid Bainbridge, this year’s festival, to be held November 17-18, will offer a retrospective of the quirkiest favorites from past festivals, curated by Festival Founder […]

<b>Bainbridge Symphony presents Emergence November 10,11</b>

Bainbridge Symphony presents Emergence November 10,11

BCB host John Fossett (L) with BSO Music Director Mario Alejandro Torres Brahms, Elgar and Khachaturian will grace our ears at the Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra’s November concert, Emergence. Shows November 10 at 7:30 pm and November 11 at 3 pm with a director chat at […]

<b>Paul Bannick’s owl photographs open at the Library November 2</b>

Paul Bannick’s owl photographs open at the Library November 2

Author/Photographer Paul Bannick Meet award-winning author and wildlife photographer Paul Bannick, whose exhibit of magnificent owl photographs will open at the Bainbridge Library at 5:30 pm on Friday November 2, with a talk by the artist at 6pm. In this podcast interview Paul talks with […]

<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>Fusion Flamenco: Arte Y Pasion with Deseo Carmin at BIMA this Saturday, Sept. 22</b>

Fusion Flamenco: Arte Y Pasion with Deseo Carmin at BIMA this Saturday, Sept. 22

Andre Stomma and Stella Rossi of Deseo Carmin If you love jazz, funk, and flamenco, you want to be sure to attend Arte Y Pasion with Deseo Carmin, this Saturday, September 22, 7:30 pm at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art. Deseo Carmin is a […]

<b>Three Days of Preparedness brings Big Shaker to Bainbridge</b>

Three Days of Preparedness brings Big Shaker to Bainbridge

Are you prepared if disaster strikes our community? Participate in Three Days of Preparedness–September 26, 29, and 30 — and meet Ready Raccoon and the rescue dogs of Empact NW, experience a simulated earthquake in The Big Shaker, and learn more about what Bainbridge is […]

<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>Don’t miss the Studio Tour, August 10-12</b>

Don’t miss the Studio Tour, August 10-12

It’s time again for the Bainbridge Island Studio Tour, that twice-annual free self-guided art show through local community halls and artists’ homes and gardens filled with glorious local handcrafted art. In this podcast, tour manager Dinah Satterwhite fills us in on the history of the […]