Grab a glass a wine or a bite to eat in the BIMA Bistro and celebrate the opening of Linda Okazaki’s exhibition Into the Light, the Faces & Places Artists’ Book exhibition, and admire works from BIMA’s Permament Art Collection.
In honor of Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), BIMA will have an array of activities for visitors to enjoy. Visit the community ofrenda (altar) and pay respect to a passed loved one, or learn how to make oif calavera papel picado (cut paper skull). The fun doesn’t stop there—stop by the museum for music, food, and more!
‘Tis the Season for BIMA’s 2nd Annual Winter Night Market. Cozy up for an evening filled with lights, holiday tunes, good eats, and outdoor fires to keep you warm on a cold night. Need to do some holiday shopping? Shop an array of vendors or create your own handmade gifts at the museum.
Let the holiday spirit continue as BIMA celebrates El Dia De Los Reyes, also known as Three Kings Day, a day celebrated across the Latin community. Stop in and enjoy some Latin cuisine, music, and activities.