From now until February 5, 2017, you can broaden your perspective on the theme of metal at the Biennial by Bellevue Arts Museum.
The BAM Biennial is a juried exhibition that takes place every two years to focus on the work of established and upcoming artist, craftspeople and designers in the Northwest. This year’s edition focus on the medium of metal. The Biennial 2016 titled Metalmorphosis pursues an exploration with transformation and the elements of physical and metaphysical realms. As their most popular year yet, the museum had a record breaking 330 applications where 49 artists have been selected to showcase their work.
Madacsi, Susan. Pyrocumulus. 2016.
Photo © Pete Grady Photography
Grady, Chelsea. Floating Sconces. 2016.
Photo © Christopher Eltrich Photography.
Free for members & children under age 6
$10 Senior/Students/Military (with ID)
Museum and Store Hours
Tuesday – Sunday: 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Take advantage on Free Museum Day at BAM on the first Friday of each month:
11 a.m. – 8 p.m.
510 Bellevue Way NE
Bellevue, WA 98004
Call 425-519-0770 for more information or go to www.BellevueArts.org