Where is the event?
- Currently we are working on times for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday (October 1-3, 2020). We look forward to seeing you there! More information to come.
When can I get in?
- On Friday, the bidding starts at 6:30pm, and doors open at 6pm.
- On Saturday, ticket holders can register at 5:00 but will not be able to enter the galleries until 5:30pm.
Where do I park?
- Currently we are working on parking information for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday (October 1-3, 2020). We look forward to seeing you there! More information to come.
How do I purchase a ticket?
- Currently we are working on ticket pricing for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday (October 1-3, 2020). We look forward to seeing you there! More information to come.
Can I bid on items if I cannot attend?
- Yes! Absentee bidding is encouraged. Contact Jessica Perkins Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org or (206) 451-4013.
Can I buy tickets at the door?
- Get your tickets early. Our auction always sells out!
If I am unable to attend, can I make a tax-deductible ‘regrets’ gift?
- Yes, and we so deeply appreciate it! Click here or call (206) 451-4013.
Can I volunteer for the auction?
- Yes! Volunteer opportunities will be listed soon. Please contact Jessica Perkins Miller at JMiller@biartmuseum.org or (206) 451-4013.
Can I still donate artwork to the auction?
- Yes, donated items are being accepted through August 15, 2020. All artwork is approved with the support of an Auction Procurement Advisory Committee. Contact Georgia Brown about artwork donations at email@example.com.
Can I still sponsor the auction?
- Yes. Please direct all sponsorship inquiries to Jessica Perkins Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What does BIMA do?
- BIMA opened in 2013 and quickly established itself as a bright, new addition to the cultural landscape of Washington State and beyond. BIMA has become the cultural living room for Bainbridge Island, a regional resource for quality arts and lifelong learning, and a welcoming landmark to visitors new and returning. Its mission – to engage a diverse population in the art and craft of our region and our time – has been brought to life as a new and vibrant showcase for some of the best contemporary artists and craftsmen of the greater Puget Sound. Go to biartmuseum.org for more information!
Why is the auction important?
- The auction is BIMA’s largest fundraising event, accounting for a quarter of our annual income. All proceeds benefit the mission of BIMA, and bring an exceptional year-round program of exhibitions, classes, tours, films, workshops, lectures and events, presenting educational and cultural programs for people of all ages, backgrounds, interests, economic means and abilities.
My question is still not answered.
- Please contact us at (206) 451-4013 or email@example.com