Photo of New exhibition video & summer program highlights at BIMA!

Dive into the mind of Seattle-based artist Eva Funderburgh whose first solo art museum exhibition, Mythical Worlds, is on view at BIMA this summer. Learn about Funderburgh's inspirations and techniques, and explore the world of her mythical beasts including the immersive swarm of two-hundred ceramic “fliers” that hang as a centerpiece in her exhibition. Watch the video

Tiny Beast Sculpture
Free art activity at the B.I. Senior Community Center!

Let your imagination run wild as you create your own tiny magical beast inspired by artist Eva Funderburgh and her exhibition Mythical Worlds.

New to creating three-dimensional art? This activity is an excellent opportunity to get your hands dirty and give it a try!

August 10, 1-3pm
This activity will take place in the Senior Center’s Dining Room and is open to all regardless of Senior Center membership. This is not a drop-in activity, so please arrive promptly to ensure your participation. Learn more here!

Meet the Artists!

Eva Funderburgh
Saturday, July 30 from 2-5pm
Sunday, August 28 from 12-2pm

Blake Blanco
Sunday, July 31 from 12-5pm
Saturday, August 6 from 12-4pm

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Bainbridge Island Museum of Art inspires curiosity, wonder, and understanding by connecting people with the contemporary art and craft of the Puget Sound region. The art museum exhibits, interprets, preserves, collects, and promotes works of proven cultural value as well as new works by emerging artists and craftspeople. The art museum is open daily 10am-5pm. Free admission. All COVID-19 precautions can be found here.

BIMA is located in beautiful downtown Bainbridge Island, at the corner of Hwy 305 and Winslow Way; just steps away from the ferry terminal, and with easy access via public transportation or by car from the Kitsap Peninsula. Visit their site and follow them on Facebook and Instagram!

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