Silent auction and party: BIMA Bash!


Peter Raffa, BIMA's Development Director standing next to Renee Zimmerman, PSE Community Projects Manager

Left to right: Peter Raffa, BIMA's Development Director and Renee Zimmerman, PSE Community Projects Manager. BIMA volunteers modeling intricate paper art.

PSE was thrilled to once again sponsor this exciting event at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art (BIMA).

Set over two fun-filled evenings, the BIMA Bash bought hundreds of entertainers, art lovers, philanthropists and members together to celebrate art on Bainbridge Island. Guests enjoyed live music, nibbles and drinks while bidding on fabulous experiences and unique art items.

BIMA’s mission is to inspire curiosity, wonder and understanding by connecting people with the contemporary art and craft of the Puget Sound region. “BIMA is grateful to have Puget Sound Energy support our events that further our mission to provide opportunities for all people, young and old, to experience art and culture that they may not have a chance to experience otherwise,” said Peter Raffa, Development Director. “Thank you PSE, not only for supporting BIMA, but for all the work you do to make our communities better places to live.”

The best news? BIMA believes art is for everyone, so general admission is free, which is made possible by events like the BIMA Bash and PSE is proud to support that legacy.