PHOTOS & SOUNDS: The Dead Light Up Night Of 1,000 Pumpkins As B/IAS Prepares For The End

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Sunday, Nov. 1st was a Day of the Dead for more than one way in Burien – it was also the last big event to be held at the Interim Art Space, which hosted “Night of 1,000 Pumpkins” as well as a Dia de las Muertes celebration.

Photographer Michael Brunk was there to capture both audio and photos of the day, which he’s combined into the following “SoundSlideshow”:

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5 Responses to “PHOTOS & SOUNDS: The Dead Light Up Night Of 1,000 Pumpkins As B/IAS Prepares For The End”
  1. Rebecca Dare & Bill Opfermann says:

    We just want to give a very big thank you to Kathy Justin and Dane Johnson for providing the B/IAS space that made possible so many wonderful community events, especially last night. What a wonderful gathering of community, what a magical night — it felt so vibrant and alive. We don’t think this could have happened without a space and the good energy behind it. We’re members of Sustainable Burien, and with some sadness put our raised garden beds “to sleep” last night. But we’re grateful we were allowed to install the beds and bring attention to the need for a community garden in Burien. We were so glad to be a part of this creative experience — thanks Dane and Kathy!

  2. Rob says:

    I am also a member of SUBU, and just want to thanks Dane and Kathy for the wonderful job they did giving the City of Burien a place to gather and learn more about each other. The BIAS is a wonderful magical place, and I for one will miss it.

    PS> City Muthers— The ball is in your court. People want a place like BIAS so why not do what you are elected for and give this?

  3. Ozzy Girl says:

    Thank you. Words are not enough.

  4. Rainycity says:

    So why are they taking it down?

  5. lemon twist says:

    One of the best things I’ve been to in Burien. Made me feel proud to be a part of this community. The art might be leaving, but this spirit will always remain!

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