How to participate in the 2016-17 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 2016-17 Arts and Culture Guide and Participants
|AB Video Training
1418 Cornwall Ave. 360.453.7017
|Lead by Eero Johnson at EJ Visuals Training for Public Access Television.|
|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. Enjoy lunch in the County Café and free tastings in the distillery. BelleWood: Where life happens!|
1701 Ellis St., # 203 360.738.8379
|For over 16 years we’ve taught art classes where anyone, children, teens, or adults can learn to draw and paint.|
|Bellingham Arts Accademy for Youth
1059 N. State St.
|BAAY is a bastion for youth arts education serving up musical theater, vocal arts, dance, and visual arts education. Mon – Thurs 4 – 8|
|Bellingham Theatre Guild
1600 H St.
|BTG engages the community to create live theatre experiences. performing arts|
|Bellingham Public Library
210 Central Ave.
|Blaine Harbor Art Gallery||Online site and social media promo for artists. Two live shows yearly and pop up exhibits.|
|Boundary Bay Brewery & Bistro
1107 Railroad Ave.
|An independent, locally-owned and operated brewpub located on historic Railroad Ave. Enjoy award-winning handcrafted beers and a local take on pub food. The bistro showcases a rotating gallery from local artists including students from the local colleges. If interested in displaying artwork at Boundary Bay please phone the brewery to speak with the Curator, Beaudry Allen. 11-Nov|
1208 11th St.
|Casual dining on the Fairhaven Village Green, serving homemade soups, sandwiches, desserts, local wine and beer.|
|Dakota Art Store
1322 Cornwall Ave.
|Staffed entirely by local artists, we offer a large variety of art supplies and materials for artists of all ages and levels of experience. See our new gallery and join us for a class. 9 :00 – 6:00 Mon – Sat, 12 – 5 Sunday|
|Entertainment News Northwest
|In our 14th year as the premier Arts and Entertainment publication in the Pacific Northwest.
Luxury chocolates and caramels by internationally awarded master chocolatier Karen Neugebauer. 10 – 6 open everyday.
|Hamann’s Gallery & Gift
2940 Newmarket St., #109
|Quality custom framing, featuring Northwest and national artists, prints and originals, jewelry, cards and gifts.|
1418 Cornwall Ave.
|Whatcom County’s favorite live theater: funny, quirky, homegrown entertainment, produced right here in Bellingham.|
||The Hair Art Studio
109 Prospect St.
|Men, Women and Children Welcome!
With rotating Local Artist, jewelry/crafters… Amazing and Friendly Stylists. Stop by The Hair Art Studio for a trim, wax, color or style. Also, Receive a 10.00 Haircut card Every First Friday Art Walk.
|Jansen Art Center
321 Front St. Lynden, 98264
|A place for artists to create and engage the community through classes, exhibits and performances. Tues – Sat 9 – 5, Thurs 9 – 7|
|Make.Shift Art Space
306 Flora St.
|A nonprofit art and music hub housing an art gallery, all-ages music venue, artists studios, and music practice spaces. Make.Shift gallery hours Tuesday-Sunday 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. ox office Mon – Fri 10- 6 and two hours prior to every showtime|
|Morrison Glass Art
2111 Lincoln St.
|I am drawn to themes about our connection to the environment. I interpret and promote these relationships through my art.|
|Opus Performing Arts
114 W. Holly St.
|Opus Performing Arts School offers classes in ballet, modern, jazz, tap, and hiphop for ages 5 to Adult.|
|Pace Atelier Art Studio
3815 Bakerview Spurr
|We have it all! Clay, potter’s wheels stone carving, printmaking, drawing, painting, found object sculpture, + 20 years experience working with kids varied studio|
|Peter James Photo Gallery
314 E. Holly St., # 208
|Colorful Local Landscape Photography expertly captured by photographer Peter James, and presented as Metal Prints Mon – Fri 10 – 5|
Pickford Film Center
1318 Bay St.
1416 Cornwall Ave.
|More than movies! PFC brings the best in independent, foreign, documentary, family friendly films and world class performing arts – 365 days a year. Open 30 minutes before the first showtime of the day, 365 days a year.|
929 N. State St., #1
|Located off the South Bay Trail in the heart of The Alley District we offer a color and black & white darkroom available by the hour as well as various film processing and printing workshops. Fri & Sat 10 – 5 and by appointment.|
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|
203 Prospect St.
|Gallery of contemporary sculpture by Northwest artists Open 12 – 5 pm Thurs – Fri – Sat or by appointment.|
|SPARK Museum of Electrical Invention
1312 Bay St.
|Spectacular world of electrical invention and discovery daily demonstrations and “mega zapper shows” Every Saturday and Sunday.|
1000 Harris Ave., # 6
|Nancy Canyon, MFA, creates in Studio 21, Morgan Block Building in Historic Fairhaven. By appointment only, please call. Mon – Fri by appointment.|
|The RE Store
2309 Meridian St.
|Your non-profit building salvage company. We take donations & do pickups — selling all in our stores.|
|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. Thurs – Sat 7:15 – 11:30|
|Village Books and Paper Dreams
1200 11th St. Bellingham, and 430 Front Street Lynden 98265 360.671.2626
|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 exhibition highlighting art, nature, and Northwest history. Build strong art muscles, understand our shared heritage, and find inspiration at our Museum!|
|Whatcom Symphony Orchestra
104 N. Commercial St.
|The Whatcom Symphony Orchestra plays music of all ages to inspire all ages; concerts held at historic Mount Baker Theatre.|
|Western Washington University
516 High St.
|Offers hundreds of arts events annually. Home to the Western Gallery and the world-famous Outdoor Sculpture Collection.|