How to participate in the 2017-18 Arts and Culture Guide
For more information e-mail our Arts & Culture Map Coordinator or call 360-676-8548 and ask for the Arts and Culture Guide Application 2017 submissions and material due by 5:00 Friday February 10, 2017
The 2017-18 Arts and Culture Guide and Participants
|AB Video Training
1418 Cornwall Ave. 360.453.7071
|Produce television programs for the Bellingham public access channel. We provide training & gear - you provide the stories.|
|Aslan Brewing Co.
1330 N. Forest
|A sustainable microbrewery and restaurant in Downtown Bellingham exclusively brewing Certified Organic beer for the Pacific Northwest.|
6140 Guide Meridian Lynden, 98262
|Visit our upstairs Gallery where we celebrate local artists. Lunch in the County Cafe and free tastings in the distillery. Hours on the website.|
1701 Ellis St., # 203 360.738.8379
|For over 16 years BellinghamART has taught art classes where anyone - children, teens, or adults can learn to draw and paint.|
|Bellingham Arts Accademy for Youth
1059 N. State St.
|Choir, dance, music, costuming, tech, and visual arts education for ages 5 - 17. Mon - Thurs 4 - 8|
|Bellingham Theatre Guild
1600 H St.
|BTG is a nonprofit, all-volunteer organization that has been producing theatre in Whatcom County since 1929 including more than 700 productions and 7,000 performances.|
|Bellingham Public Library
210 Central Ave.
|Connecting our community with each other and the world to read, learn, meet, and discover.|
| Bellingham Metal Arts Guild
2620 N. Harbor Loop Dr. #6
|We're open during classes, workshops, member and board meetings, and BMAG Member's Open Studio.|
|Boundary Bay Brewery & Bistro
1107 Railroad Ave.
|Enjoy award-winning handcrafted beers, local pub food, and a rotating gallery from local artists. If interested in displaying artwork, please call Curator, Beaudry Allen at the Brewery.|
1208 11th St.
|Casual dining on the Fairhaven Village Green, serving homemade soups, sandwiches, desserts, local beer, wine, and cocktails.|
|Dakota Art Store
1322 Cornwall Ave.
|Staffed by local artists, we offer a large variety of art materials for artists of all ages and levels of experience. See our adjacent gallery offering contemporary art with monthly shows and classes. 9 :00 - 6:00 Mon - Sat, 12 - 5 Sunday|
|Entertainment News Northwest
In our 15th year as the premier Arts and Entertainment publication in the Pacific Northwest.
| Foundry Makerspace
1000 F St.
|Non-profit providing access to tools enabling people to make awesome things and make things awesome.|
| Fourth Corner Frames
311 W. Holly St.
|Quality and innovative design from the region's most experienced framers. Located in Old Town Bellingham since 1973.|
|| Good Time Girls Tours
|Entertaining tours about Bellingham's sordid past. Good Time Girls will regale you with tales of fascinating characters at the margins of history. Sin & Gin tours include a refreshing post-tour spirits tasting provided by Chuckanut Bay Distillery! Visit the website for tickets and more info.|
|Jansen Art Center
321 Front St. Lynden, 98264
|Performances, exhibits & classes in six creative studios. Ceramics, dance, jewelry, music, painting & textiles. Wed-Sun 10am-5pm, Thurs & Fri 10am-8pm|
|Make.Shift Art Space
306 Flora St.
|A DIY art and music venue dedicated to innovative, alternative art, and music. Make.Shift gallery hours Tuesday-Saturday 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.|
|Mount Baker Theater
104 North Commercial St.
|Mount Baker Theatre brings big events home, and makes local events big. Immerse yourself in live entertainment. Box office Mon - Fri 10- 6 and two hours prior to every showtime.|
|Morrison Glass Art
2111 Lincoln St.
|Local glass artist Christopher Morrison believes art changes the world. He creates art that reflects a connection to the environment in hope for a better world. Stop by his studio and see what he's creating.|
|Northwest Ballet Theater and Academy
1417 Cornwall Ave. #201
|Northwest Ballet Academy and Theater offers professional dance training for all ages and performing opportunities.|
|Pace Atelier Art Studio
3815 Bakerview Spurr
|We have it all! Clay, potter's wheels, stone carving, printmaking, drawing, painting, found object sculpture, and 20 years experience working with kids.|
|Peter James Photo Gallery
314 E. Holly St., # 208
|See our Northwest landscapes come to life in the stunning Metal Prints that fill this large downtown gallery. Mon - Fri 10 - 5 and open for Art Walk first Fridays 6-9 pm.|
|More than just movies! PFC brings the best in independent, foreign, documentary, family films and world class performing arts - 365 days a year. Open 30 minutes before the first showtime of the day.
Pickford Art Studios (1318 Bay St. upstairs) - Tour our historic building: 13 art studios & 18 working artist tenants in a wide range of pursuits. Open first Friday Art Walks and for rental!
|Sylvia Center for the Arts
205 Prospect St.
|A multi-venue facility offering affordable accessible space for the local performing arts community.|
1421 N. Forest St.
|A nonprofit textile reuse center that transforms used clothing into creative upcycled goods. Ragfinery- Shop, Learn, Create. Tue - Sat 10 - 5|
| Sacha Goldsmith Designer
1059 State St.
|Custom and one-of-a-kind jewelry. Her stunning creations are hand-fabricated in 14k gold and feature precious and semi-precious gemstones. Open by appointment.|
|Sharon Kingston Gallery
203 Prospect St.
|Luminous, atmospheric oil paintings inspired by pottery and the landscape of the PNW. Large scale and intimate sized works on canvas.|
|Nancy Canyon Fine Art
1000 Harris Ave., # 6
|Nancy Canyon, MFA, creates in Studio 21, Morgan Block Building in Historic Fairhaven. Mon - Fri by appointment only, please call.|
|The RE Store
2309 Meridian St.
|Your community reuse center, providing salvaged and reclaimed building materials since 1993.|
|The Upfront Theatre
1208 Bay St. #105
|Established in 2004 by Ryan Stiles, The Upfront is an improv comedy theatre serving beer, wine, and laughs. Tues - Sat 7:15 - 11:30|
|Village Books and Paper Dreams
1200 11th St. Bellingham, and 430 Front Street Lynden 98265 360.671.2626
|A full events schedule and a unique selection of books, cards, and gifts in Fairhaven and Lynden.|
121 Prospect St. and 201 Prospect St., and 250 Flora St.
|The Whatcom Museum's three-building campus offers programs, events, and rotating exhibitions highlighting art, nature, and Northwest history.|
|Whatcom Symphony Orchestra
316 W. Champion St.
|Fine orchestral music with national and international soloists. All ticketing is through the Mount Baker Theatre.|
|Western Washington University
516 High St.
|College of Fine and Performing Arts - Offering a unique minor in Arts Enterprise & Cultural Innovation that puts arts students on a path to personal & professional success.
Western Gallery - International exhibitions and guided tours of the internationally-known outdoor sculpture collection. Free and open to the public.
1001 Harris Ave.
|For over 14 years Whimsey has offered extensive collection of local artists. In Fairhaven and online.|