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Experience all that Bellevue Arts Museum has to offer without leaving your house! Although BAM’s galleries are once again open to the public, we know that capacity restrictions and limited open hours may make it difficult for some of our friends and neighbors to visit the Museum in person. That’s why we’ve created two free 3D tours of our building and current exhibitions. A 3D tour may not be the perfect substitute for being at the Museum in-person, but we're pleased to have a way to share the important work on view at BAM with community members and friends near and far. Curator talks about the individual works in our Forum and meet-the-artist videos can be found on our BAM from Home page.
Hover over the blue circles to learn more about the individual works on view.
Hover over the yellow circles to watch a video about the exhibition or specific work.
Tour 1: First and second floors
Check out the works in our Forum and 20 Under 20: Liberation in the Community Education Gallery. Then head upstairs to explore works combining activism and traditional hand papermaking in Pulped Under Pressure and see all 225 ink drawings that Piotr Szyhalski / Labor Camp created to document 2020 in Piotr Szyhalski–COVID-19: Labor Camp Report.
Tour 2: Third floor
Jump straight to BAM’s third floor to see Yellow No. 5, which Crosscut called “a Technicolor wonderland that would make Alice jealous.”
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Did you miss a past 3D Tour?
Explore past exhibitions virtually on our 3D Tours Archive page.