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Date: 1/16/2016 - 10/23/2016
Time: Wednesday-Saturday 10:00am-5:00pm, Sunday 12:00pm-5:00pm, Third Thursday 10:00am-8:00pm
Price: $12/Adults, $10/Students (13+ with ID) and Military (with ID), $5/Children (Age 6-12), $36/Families (2 adults and up to four children 18 and under), Free/Children (5 and under) and Museum Members
Location: Museum of Glass 
Type: Museum Exhibit
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#BeTheCurator
Last summer, MOG invited visitors to curate an exhibition. Visitors were invited to "Like" and comment on pieces from the Museum's collections, both in person at MOG and through a series of photo albums on the Museum's Facebook page. #BeTheCurator features the most "Liked" pieces in MOG's collections, along with visitors' comments and reactions.

Date: 6/4/2016 - 10/16/2016
Time: Wednesday and Friday 11:00am-4:30pm, Thursday 11:00am-7:00pm, Saturday 11:00am-4:00pm, Sunday 12:00pm-4:00pm
Price: $6/Adults, $4/Students and Seniors, Free/First Thursday
Location: Northwest African American Museum 
Type: Museum Exhibit
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100% Kanekalon: The Untold Story of the Marginalized Matriarch
Seattle-based artist Tariqa Waters' exhibit, "100% Kanekalon: The Untold Story of the Marginalized Matriarch", uses large-scale photographs, pop prints, as well as audio and objects including church hats and 100% Kanekalon hair packs to tell the story of a matriarch that exists in the margins, free of any privileged agenda, where satire exterminates appropriation. The matriarch's story remains in the margins because it shouldn't be understood by everyone. It can only be understood by those who need to understand.

Date: Ongoing
Time: To Be Announced
Price: 60
Location: Meeting Location To Be Provided
Type: Water Tour
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2-Hour Cruise on Lake Union
Experience Hawaii in Seattle aboard Candere, Seattle's only private Cocktail Cruise! While cruising Lake Union, you'll view seaplane take-off and landings up close and see the Space Needle, Gas Works Park, the Fremont Bridge and St. Marks Cathedral. Cruise past dozens of floating homes including the Sleepless in Seattle floating home and the oldest floating home in Seattle. See hundreds of boats from classic cruisers to modern mega yachts from Westlake to Portage Bay and the Montlake Cut, leading to Lake Washington. Get a fantastic view of the UW campus and football stadium.

Notes: Cruising, Reservations Required

Date: 9/24/2016 - 1/15/2017
Time: Wednesday-Sunday 10:00am-5:00pm, Third Thursday 10:00am-8:00pm
Price: $10/Adults, $8/Students, Military and Seniors (65 +), Free/Members and Children (age 5 and under) and during Third Thursdays 5:00pm-8:00pm
Location: Tacoma Art Museum 
Type: Museum Exhibit
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30 Americans
What will you see in 30 Americans? Works by seminal figures such as Jean-Michel Basquiat and Carrie Mae Weems alongside younger generations of artists such as Kehinde Wiley, Mickalene Thomas, and Kalup Linzy. The artists weave evocative themes of race and Black identity in America, the struggle for civil rights, popular culture, and media imagery through many of the works. Many works respond to concerns raised in Tacoma and many communities across the country.

Date: 9/10/2016 - 4/23/2017
Time: Wednesday-Sunday 10:00am-5:00pm
Price: $9.50/Adults, $7/Seniors, Students and Military, Free/Children under 5
Location: Washington State History Museum 
Type: Museum Exhibit
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A Revolution You Can Dance To
Nirvana, Pearl Jam and Soundgarden may be the most recognizable bands originating from the Pacific Northwest in the early 1990s, but there are hundreds more that helped pave the way. The newest exhibit at the Washington State History Museum highlights the underground music scene in places like Olympia, Tacoma and Seattle.

Date: 9/14/2016 - 10/9/2016
Time: Wednesday-Friday 7:30pm, Saturday 2:00pm and 7:30pm, Sunday 2:00pm
Price: $25-$50
Location: Seattle Center Armory 
Type: Theatre
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A Tale For the Time Being
Book-It Repertory Theatre opens its 27th season with A Tale for the Time Being. In Tokyo, 16-year-old Nao's only solace is her diary. Across the Pacific, Ruth is a novelist living on a remote island who discovers a collection of artifacts washed ashore in a Hello Kitty lunchbox - possibly debris from the devastating 2011 tsunami. As a mystery unfolds, Ruth is pulled into the past, into Nao's drama and her unknown fate, and forward into her own future. A Tale for the Time Being is a brilliantly inventive, beguiling story of our shared humanity and the search for home.

Date: 5/6/2016 - 7/16/2017
Time: Wednesday-Sunday 10:00am-5:00pm, Thursday-Friday 10:00am-9:00pm
Price: $17/Adult, $15/Senior (62+) and Military, $11/Student (with ID) and Teen (3-17), Free/Child (12 and Under) and SAM Members
Location: Seattle Art Museum 
Type: Museum Exhibit
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African Renaissances
Things Fall Apart may be the title of a famous novel about Nigeria, but it also sums up a mistaken notion that the African continent is afflicted with only bad news.This installation offers a realistic vision by recognizing cultural leaders who preside over kingdoms and live in thriving communities and cities. Regalia and furnishings that were originally seen in the courts of the Benin, Asante, Kom, and Kuba kingdoms are on view. Many of these kingdoms faced extreme domination by colonial powers in the early 20th century but reestablished their own power during the last half of the century.

Date: Ongoing
Time: Wednesday and Friday-Sunday 10:00am-5:00pm, Thursday 10:00am-9:00pm
Price: $7/Adults, $5/Students, Seniors (62+) and Youth (13-17)
Location: Asian Art Museum 
Type: Museum Exhibit
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Ai Weiwei: Colored Vases
Colored Vases, Ai's first work acquired by the Seattle Art Museum, is a pivotal piece in the artist's iconoclastic oeuvre. He dipped traditional earthenware vases - meant to look like Han Dynasty works--into buckets of bright industrial paint and then let them drip dry. By covering the surfaces with new paint, what is underneath - like history itself - is "no longer visible, but is still there," he explained.

Date: Ongoing
Time: To Be Announced
Price: 87.67
Location: Meeting Location To Be Provided
Type: Culinary Tour
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Alki Beach Bikes and Bites
Bike along Seattle's favorite beach neighborhood for an exciting Alki Beach, Bike and Food Tour! Knowledgeable and friendly tour guides will lead a 3-hour biking tour for some of the best food in the area. Visit up to 5 local eateries for up to 8 samples. Samples may include a Hawaiian-Korean fusion dish, fresh fish and chips, a hand-made milkshake, a slice of hand-tossed pizza and more. Experience a tour that combines biking and the best bites of the beach!

Notes: Reservations Required

Date: 9/22/2016 - 10/31/2016
Time: Monday-Friday 10:00am-6:00pm, Saturday-Sunday 10:00am-5:00pm
Price: Free Admission
Location: Northwest Woodworkers Gallery 
Type: Retail Gallery
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Amy Pleasant
A series of paintings by Seattle artist Amy Pleasent exploring the effects of and learning to manage Meniere's disease.
 
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