Jun
1
1:00 PM13:00

Sketching On Location with Amy D'Apice

Amy D'Apice painting sketch studio

SHE'S BACK! Join Amy D'Apice June 1-29 from 1-4 pm for Friday afternoon Sketching on Location. Amy will teach a pertinent technique each session and will guide you throughout the afternoon with tips and helpful insights. Like all programming at TAP, it's FREE!

Space is limited, so you must register at the gallery or give us a call! 206.842.3132

Donations are welcome to support our nonprofit mission.

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Jun
1
6:00 PM18:00

DIANE CULHANE & GERRY NEWCOMB: NEIGHBORHOOD | OPENING RECEPTION

 Diane Culhane,  Night Song.  Collage papers from sketch book, acrylic, pen and ink, and charcoal on birch wood panel. Image courtesy of Art & Soul.

Diane Culhane, Night Song. Collage papers from sketch book, acrylic, pen and ink, and charcoal on birch wood panel. Image courtesy of Art & Soul.

An exploration of the meaning and representation of community from two highly respected Seattle artists, one working on canvas, the other in glass.

Join us for our opening reception during the First Friday Art Walk in downtown Winslow on Bainbridge Island, just a short walk from the Bainbridge ferry terminal.

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Jun
8
1:00 PM13:00

Sketching On Location with Amy D'Apice

Amy D'Apice painting sketch studio

SHE'S BACK! Join Amy D'Apice June 1-29 from 1-4 pm for Friday afternoon Sketching on Location. Amy will teach a pertinent technique each session and will guide you throughout the afternoon with tips and helpful insights. Like all programming at TAP, it's FREE!

Space is limited, so you must register at the gallery or give us a call! 206.842.3132

Donations are welcome to support our nonprofit mission.

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Jun
15
1:00 PM13:00

Sketching On Location with Amy D'Apice

Amy D'Apice painting sketch studio

SHE'S BACK! Join Amy D'Apice June 1-29 from 1-4 pm for Friday afternoon Sketching on Location. Amy will teach a pertinent technique each session and will guide you throughout the afternoon with tips and helpful insights. Like all programming at TAP, it's FREE!

Space is limited, so you must register at the gallery or give us a call! 206.842.3132

Donations are welcome to support our nonprofit mission.

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Jun
22
1:00 PM13:00

Sketching On Location with Amy D'Apice

Amy D'Apice painting sketch studio

SHE'S BACK! Join Amy D'Apice June 1-29 from 1-4 pm for Friday afternoon Sketching on Location. Amy will teach a pertinent technique each session and will guide you throughout the afternoon with tips and helpful insights. Like all programming at TAP, it's FREE!

Space is limited, so you must register at the gallery or give us a call! 206.842.3132

Donations are welcome to support our nonprofit mission.

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Jun
29
1:00 PM13:00

Sketching On Location with Amy D'Apice

Amy D'Apice painting sketch studio

SHE'S BACK! Join Amy D'Apice June 1-29 from 1-4 pm for Friday afternoon Sketching on Location. Amy will teach a pertinent technique each session and will guide you throughout the afternoon with tips and helpful insights. Like all programming at TAP, it's FREE!

Space is limited, so you must register at the gallery or give us a call! 206.842.3132

Donations are welcome to support our nonprofit mission.

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Jul
19
9:30 AM09:30

ART AFTER 60 with PHILIP CARRICO | BI SENIOR CENTER

 Philip Carrico,  Moonstruck.  Original block print. Image courtesy of the artist.  This image is not an example of the craft of the day—it is simply a representation of his past work.

Philip Carrico, Moonstruck. Original block print. Image courtesy of the artist.
This image is not an example of the craft of the day—it is simply a representation of his past work.

These sessions are FREE, hands-on, and you’ll leave with your own piece of art! Please register at the Senior Center by calling 206.842.1616 or email info@biseniorcenter.org. BI Senior Center activities are open to all, but membership is encouraged.
https://biseniorcenter.org

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Sally Robison: A Celebration of Arts & Letters
May
19
1:00 PM13:00

Sally Robison: A Celebration of Arts & Letters

Please join family and friends in the art and literary community for a celebration of Sally Robison’s rich, creative life.

The afternoon’s program will feature readings, remembrances, and a re-dedication of the Sally Robison Gallery. We will also have an exhibition of artwork for sale, with proceeds going toward establishing the Sally Robison Memorial Scholarship.

The public is welcome, and no RSVP is required. Light refreshments will be served.

To preview the work that will be for sale, please view the online catalog here.

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May
17
9:30 AM09:30

ART AFTER 60 with PHILIP CARRICO | BI SENIOR CENTER

 Philip Carrico,  Moonstruck.  Original block print. Image courtesy of the artist.  This image is not an example of the craft of the day—it is simply a representation of his past work.

Philip Carrico, Moonstruck. Original block print. Image courtesy of the artist.
This image is not an example of the craft of the day—it is simply a representation of his past work.

These sessions are FREE, hands-on, and you’ll leave with your own piece of art! Please register at the Senior Center by calling 206.842.1616 or email info@biseniorcenter.org. BI Senior Center activities are open to all, but membership is encouraged.
https://biseniorcenter.org

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May
5
12:30 PM12:30

Artist's Insight with Katie Bonanno

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Join Katie as she leads a hands-on demonstration showing how elementary students are integrating animation and augmented reality technology with traditional visual arts concepts such as painting and collage. Everyone will make a 2-D work of art, but stay longer if you wish to learn how to make it come alive! All ages welcome.

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May
4
6:00 PM18:00

THE AMY AWARD: WHERE ARE THEY NOW? and STUDENT SHOWS | Opening Reception

 Tracy Lang (2005 Amy Award recipient),  Resist . Powder coating on steel. Image courtesy of the artist.

Tracy Lang (2005 Amy Award recipient), Resist. Powder coating on steel. Image courtesy of the artist.

The Amy Award: Where Are They Now?

An exciting group exhibition surveying current work by past Amy Award recipients who were honored in the visual arts. You might be surprised by where life, and art, have taken them. Presenting the works of Adam Bentz, Jonathan Hallet, Solia Hermes, Annie Huntley, Tracy Lang, Wes McClain, and Raquel Stanek.

Student Shows

These annual exhibitions are reliably heart-melting. Even better, students get a chance to experience what it’s like to participate in a professional local exhibition. See elementary school work during the first half of May and high school work during the second half.

Join us for our opening reception during the First Friday Art Walk in downtown Winslow on Bainbridge Island, just a short walk from the Bainbridge ferry terminal.

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Apr
19
9:30 AM09:30

ART AFTER 60 with PHILIP CARRICO | BI SENIOR CENTER

 Philip Carrico,  Moonstruck.  Original block print. Image courtesy of the artist.  This image is not an example of the craft of the day—it is simply a representation of his past work.

Philip Carrico, Moonstruck. Original block print. Image courtesy of the artist.
This image is not an example of the craft of the day—it is simply a representation of his past work.

These sessions are FREE, hands-on, and you’ll leave with your own piece of art! Please register at the Senior Center by calling 206.842.1616 or email info@biseniorcenter.org. BI Senior Center activities are open to all, but membership is encouraged.
https://biseniorcenter.org

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Apr
7
12:30 PM12:30

Artist's Insight with Holly Ballard Martz: Jumping Into the Fray

Please join artist Holly Ballard Martz for her informal talk, Jumping Into the Fray, as she discusses the process, inspiration, and journey that led to her self-described midlife rebellion and the politically charged work in her latest exhibit, State of the Union.

TAP presents our Artist’s Insight talks and demonstrations on the first Saturday of every month. Always free!

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Apr
6
6:00 PM18:00

HOLLY BALLARD MARTZ: State of the Union | Opening Reception

 Holly Ballard Martz,  Trophy for Tyranny . NY Times, found dog muzzle, leather belt, leather paint. Photo courtesy of Jessica Yager.

Holly Ballard Martz, Trophy for Tyranny. NY Times, found dog muzzle, leather belt, leather paint. Photo courtesy of Jessica Yager.

EXHIBITION APRIL 6-29, 2018

Seattle-based Martz tackles the topical in this passionate new mixed media series. From flags to bullet casings to shredded currency, Martz runs found materials through the wringer to produce exquisitely constructed, wickedly witty, and utterly arresting works that shy away from nothing.

Join us for our opening reception during the First Friday Art Walk in downtown Winslow on Bainbridge Island, just a short walk from the Bainbridge ferry terminal.

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Mar
10
to Mar 11

BAC Unwrapped: Grand Reopening & Name Reveal

  • 151 Winslow Way East Bainbridge Island, WA, 98110 United States (map)
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Join us as we “unwrap” our new space and name!

Saturday 10 am - 7 pm & Sunday 11 am - 5 pm

Ribbon Cutting ceremony, Saturday, 11 am

Enjoy our open house with artist demos, art activities, and more all weekend long,
including live music by B.I.’s own Cuban Heels, Saturday from 5 - 7 pm! (Adult beverages provided.)

SATURDAY
10 am: Doors Open
11 am: Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
12-5 pm: Artist Demos & Open House
5-7pm: Live music by Bainbridge’s own Cuban Heels! Snacks and adult beverages provided.

SUNDAY
11 am: Doors Open
11 am-2 pm: Artist Demos & Open House
2-5 pm: Family Lino Block Printing
Snacks and treats all day long!

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