The Art Project presents more than a dozen special exhibitions each year, showcasing brand-new or recent works by TAP artists. Some exhibitions center around broad themes such as a specific medium or conceptual idea. Others feature solo artists or small groups. We also hold two student shows each May to highlight the work of K-12 artists in our community.
At the beginning of each month, we mark our newest exhibitions with a celebratory artist reception during Bainbridge Island’s monthly First Friday Art Walk (6-8 pm). Come join us!
DIane Culhane & Gerry Newcomb: Neighborhood June 1-July 1
An exploration of the meaning and representation of community from two highly respected Seattle artists, one working on canvas, the other in glass.
Amy Roberts and Carole Barrer July 6-29
New boundaries are explored in this dual exhibition. Provocative works from glass and mixed-media sculptor Amy Roberts and the sophisticated strokes of painter Carole Barrer come together in a dynamic show of color, texture and light.
Amy award: Where are they now? May 4-27
This exciting group exhibition will survey 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 May 4-27
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.