3D Tours Archive
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We know that many of our friends and neighbors missed out on seeing some of our past exhibitions due to the pandemic and our subsequent closure. To make it possible for everyone to explore these shows, we’ve created a 3D tours archive page where visitors can check out a few of our past exhibitions. 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.
Trace: Terri Grant & Purnima Patel and Tip Toland: Empathy in Clay
Explore innovative new glass works from artists Terri Grant and Purnima Patel in Trace: Terri Grant & Purnima Patel and celebrate the career of local ceramist Tip Toland in the mini-retrospective, Tip Toland: Empathy in Clay. Then head downstairs to learn about the works on view in our Forum.
Alden Mason: Fly Your Own Thing
Go right to BAM's third floor to explore works from throughout Northwest painter Alden Mason's career in Fly Your Own Thing.
Pulped Under Pressure & Piotr Szyhalski
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.
Yellow No. 5
Explore works from eleven exceptional Northwest artists in Yellow No. 5, curated by Tariqa Waters.
America's Monsters Superheroes & Villains and Anna Mlasowsky: Never Odd or Even
Peruse over 300 toys from the 1960s-90s in America’s Monsters, Superheroes, and Villains and view innovative glass works from Anna Mlasowsky in Never Odd or Even. Then head downstairs to check out the works on view in our Forum.
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