Bellevue Arts Museum
510 Bellevue Way NE
Hours: wed-sun 11am-5pm, free first fri 11am-8pm
Bellevue Arts Museum is a leading destination in the Pacific Northwest to experience art, craft, and design. BAM engages the community through exhibitions, programs, and publications, featuring regional, national, and international artists.
To Sep 10 Electric Coffin: Future Machine, an evolving installation by the creative art and design studio Electric Coffin. Over its seven months at BAM, the installation will transform and expand through collaborations with local artists and makers, tradespeople, industry leaders, and other creatives.
To Oct 1 Emerge/Evolve 2016: Rising Talents in Kiln-Glass, featuring work by 13 award winners from The Bullseye Glass Company’s Emerge/Evolve kiln-glass competition.
To Oct 22 Cut Up/Cut Out, featuring national and international artists who explore the captivating methods of decorative piercing and cutting, using a wide range of media from paper and plastic to metal and rubber.
To Oct 22 Tess Martin: Ginevra, an installation of work by Tess Martin featuring her new stop motion film of the same name, based on Percy Shelley's Poem ‘The Dirge.’
Opening Sep 22 Humaira Abid: Searching for Home, a site-specific installation featuring personal narratives, stories, and portraits of refugees in the Pacific Northwest, and socio-cultural themes of immigration, women, and families. A first solo museum exhibition in the United States for Humaira Abid.
Opening Oct 20 Walter McConnell: Itinerant Edens, an ambitious new installation by Walter McConnell, best known for his unfired clay installations. Sealed in terrarium-like enclosures, his work addresses the relationship between nature and culture.