Did you know: Arts & Humanities Bainbridge (AHB) bridges the arts and business communities by leading the Bainbridge Creative District (BCD), certified by Washington State Arts Commission. Our creative district in downtown Winslow adjacent to the ferry terminal is a fun place to live work and visit.
Bill Baran-Mickle, a trained jeweler and silversmith, shifted to larger forms for personal expression. Incorporating humor, cultural commentary, and personal experiences, he explored deep wall relief for twelve years. Now, he creates intricate understructures for three-dimensional sculptures. Bill's ongoing artistic journey embraces self-expression in both partial and full-dimensional works.
The Bainbridge Island Historical Museum is a nonprofit organization located in Bainbridge Island, a short ferry ride from Seattle. Our mission is to collect, preserve, and foster knowledge of Bainbridge Island History. Each year, some 13,000 visitors come from around the world to experience our award-winning exhibits which illustrate the Island’s past as a lumber and shipbuilding powerhouse, and then as an important center for strawberry farming.
The Bainbridge Creative District is situated a mere 35 minute ferry ride from downtown Seattle. The ferry trip in itself is a bucolic journey across the beautiful Puget Sound. Upon arriving in Bainbridge, the Creative District is just steps away, located within the bustling downtown Winslow core. Our district makes for both a perfect day trip for visitors and a year round cultural destination for local residents.
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