Bellevue City Hall Displays Light Rail Art for Link 2 Opening

Bellevue City Hall Displays Light Rail Art for Link 2 Opening

The first segment of the Link 2 Line on the Eastside opens on Saturday, April 27th. In celebration of this, the City of Bellevue is displaying art from Sound Transit at City Hall that showcases the building of the agency’s Link lines 1 and 2. City Hall is open during […]

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Bellevue Arts Museum’s SAVE BAM Campaign Gains Momentum

Since the launch of the SAVE BAM campaign, the Bellevue Arts Museum (BAM) has been encouraged by an outpouring of support from the local community and beyond. With just over half of the campaign timeline elapsed, BAM is thrilled to announce that they have surpassed the two-thirds mark of their […]

Wintergrass Festival

Hyatt Bellevue Hosts Wintergrass Music Festival Until Feb 25th

Wintergrass Music Festival, a celebration of bluegrass and acoustic music, is currently underway until February 25th at the Hyatt Regency Bellevue. This four-day festival features an array of concerts, dances, workshops, and impromptu jam sessions across four stages. The festival kicked off with registration opening at 8:30am on Thursday, exclusively […]

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Bellevue Arts Museum Welcomes New Executive Director Amidst Financial Crisis

Bellevue Arts Museum’s Board of Trustees recently announced the appointment of Kate Casprowiak Scher as Executive Director of Bellevue Arts Museum. Kate has been serving as the Interim Executive Director for the past four months until receiving an offer to take on the role permanently. Casprowiak Scher’s background includes various […]

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Bellevue Arts Museum Seeks Support from Community Amid Financial Crisis

The Bellevue Arts Museum is asking the community for help as they are experiencing financial hardship. The art institution dates back to 1947 and has a longstanding commitment to providing exceptional exhibitions, cross-cultural programming, and events, including the Bellevue Arts Fair. The museum is finding itself in a state of […]

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Bellevue Arts Museum Reinforces Commitment to Inclusion through Launch of Training Program

Bellevue Arts Museum recently shared an important development that strengthens its commitment to fostering a culture of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility (IDEA). The initiation of BAM’s IDEA program represents a pivotal stride towards instigating a substantive, fundamental, and enduring cultural transformation within the organization. Bellevue Arts Museum has partnered […]

International Ballet Theatre - The Nutcracker

The Nutcracker Ballet Debuts at Meydenbauer Until Dec 23

For decades, the International Ballet Theatre has put together a ballet of tradition, beauty, and festive cheer with its rendition of The Nutcracker. Featuring impressive costumes and detail-oriented sets, the IBT’s Nutcracker has evolved into an annual tradition for families. Made up of traditional choreography, this rendition boasts not only […]

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Bellevue’s Arts & Culture Industry Raked in $54.3M in 2022

Bellevue’s nonprofit arts and culture industry made an extraordinary $54.3 million last year, boosting Bellevue’s economy, says a national study. Each person spending time at art events spends about $49.07 on various items, excluding admissions, which is more than $10 above the national average. Lorie Hoffman, Bellevue’s Arts manager, noted, […]

Rainbow Colors

City of Bellevue Looking for Artist to Design Art for LGBTQ+ Pride Intersection

The City of Bellevue is asking for artists across King, Kitsap, Pierce, and Snohomish counties to participate in a unique creative project. The mission is to design an inspiring pavement treatment that celebrates LGBTQ+ pride at a prominent downtown intersection. The call for entries is now open, and the application […]