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Don’t miss the Studio Tour December 6-8

Don’t miss the Studio Tour December 6-8

An island tradition since 1984, the Bainbridge Island Studio Tour celebrates the beauty and craftsmanship of local, handmade art. In this podcast local artists Dinah Satterwhite and Danna Watson tell us about this year’s winter tour, which will take place the weekend of December 6-8. […]

Erik Peterson’s art at the Library for December

Erik Peterson’s art at the Library for December

In this podcast Erik Peterson reflects on his approaches to painting and the influences that have shaped his complex and evocative style. The paintings for the library show are a result of 14 years of loosely focused, highly devoted, daily painting practice and 11 years of formal […]

BI Modern Quilt Guild Show

BI Modern Quilt Guild Show

Deb Wuensch, president of the Bainbridge Island Modern Quilt Guild, discusses the mission of the Guild, the current yearly challenge and the resulting stirring and informative show coming to the Bainbridge Library in November. She defines some of the modern quilting techniques and explains many […]

BSO Conductor Talks New Season

BSO Conductor Talks New Season

Mario Alejandro Torres Mario Alejandro Torres is in his second year as the Music Director and Conductor for the Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra and he’s excited for the symphony’s season to begin! This season opens on Saturday, Nov 9th at 7:30 p.m. with Distant Light. What excites Mario […]

AHB introduces Arts in Education to Currents Online

AHB introduces Arts in Education to Currents Online

Inez Maubane Jones and Teresa Marchinek On September 19, AHB will be launching its Arts Education site on Currents Online, featuring organizations, teaching artists, programs, events and activities related to arts education on our island. Arts in Education is a network of classroom teachers, teaching artists, school administrators, and […]

Artist Fatima Young brings Russian Impressionism to the library

Artist Fatima Young brings Russian Impressionism to the library

Describing her art as traditional Russian Impressionism with a twist of the sublime, Fatima Young has studied the masters since she was a child and has recently returned to painting after a 25 year hiatus. After her husband passed, Fatima found therapy in hiking and […]

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 […]