Bainbridge Island nonprofit organizations share their gratitude for this community -- especially during this year!
AHB is thrilled to continue to offer this artist-centric vehicle for the benefit of the Bainbridge Island arts and cultural community.
"[Dylan's] professional feats are marvelous on their own, but the humility with which he has achieved them is what truly qualifies him for the Amy Award," said Dominique Cantwell, Executive Director of Bainbridge Performing Arts.
Hear from Scott James, Bainbridge Prepares Founder and author of Prepared Neighborhoods, about BP's upcoming event, "Virtual Day of Preparedness." This event will take place on Saturday September 26 from 10am to 2pm via Zoom.
Thank you Bainbridge Island! You have brought your artistry, exuberance, creativity, empathy, and joy to Currents Online. We thank you for sharing your "music" with us.
Arts & Humanities Bainbridge has a mission to support the community we live in and that includes everyone who lives and works here.
Juneteenth Week 2020 is a week long celebration hosted by the Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle, Black Lives Matter – Seattle/King County, Tabor 100 and the FW Black Collective.
In a world where George Floyd and Breonna Taylor are killed by police, how can we learn more about anti-racism and white privilege?
Arts & Humanities Bainbridge (AHB) would like to focus on the “humanities” part of our name, specifically what it means to be human and to support more effective, empathetic social change.