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For local photographer and businesswoman, Alisa Steck, taking photographs is a lifelong passion. “I strive to shoot images that capture the essence of a place, rather than just document the location,”
A weekly series about the Fabulous Mailboxes of Bainbridge Island by Denise Stoughton. This week: Bob's Big Boy Mailbox.
This past April, Bainbridge Arts & Crafts (BAC) and Arts & Humanities Bainbridge (AHB) announced the winner of the 2023 Amy Award for Emerging Artists is illustrator and graphic designer, Mo Gallagher.
Cash prizes will be awarded to four Bainbridge High School visual art students, by the Bainbridge Island Studio Tour as part of their annual Youth Art Award.
The 7th annual (except for 2020) Bainbridge Island ReFashion Show (previously known as the “Trashion Show”) will take place on Sunday, May 21, 2023 from 1:00-4:00 PM at IslandWood on Bainbridge Island.
PORT TOWNSEND — For a long quarter of a minute, Alisa Steck waited, watching the torrent of water roar down.
Tamarah Rockwood has stories to tell…she tells them through poetry, short stories, essays, and even a 2019 Ten-Minute Play for our very own Ten-Minute Play Festival...
As a creative person, you want your work to get noticed by the masses – not just to share your artistic message but also so that one day, you can make a living off of your passion.
Bloedel Reserve Creative Resident Jori Lewis will be speaking about and reading from her book, Slaves for Peanuts.
Bill Baran-Mickle has been writing this column, Ebb & Flow (previously First Friday Focus) since August of 2019.