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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: 11/21/2015 - 3/31/2016
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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(Re)Presenting Native Americans
What is "American identity" and how has the artwork of the American west influenced those ideas? Focusing on images of Native Americans created by both Native and non-Native artists from the late 1800s to today, this exhibition explores how artists of different eras and backgrounds represent Indigenous cultures. This exhibition asks visitors to ponder how they would want to be represented.

Date: 10/1/2015 - 11/1/2016
Time: Sunday-Saturday 10:00am-5:00pm, First Thursday 10:00am-9:00pm
Price: $18/Adult, $15/Senior & Active Military, $10/Youth (5-17), Free/Child (4
Location: Museum of Flight 
Type: Museum Exhibit
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2015 Spirit of Flight Photography Exhibition
The Museum of Flight is proud to present this annual juried photography exhibition. Now in its 7th year, this exhibition asks photographers to submit images they feel embody "the spirit of flight." Selected by a jury of museum staff and volunteers, this exhibition features a selection of stunning images curated from 182 photographs submitted by photographers from around the world, including three countries, seven U.S. states, and two Canadian provinces.

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: 2/6/2016 - 2/6/2016
Time: Saturday 8:00pm
Price: $12/General Admission
Location: The Royal Room 
Type: Music
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A Tribute to Allen Toussaint
It would be hard to name one single person who had more influence on both New Orleans R&B and American popular music than Allen Toussaint. Songwriter, musician, arranger, producer - he did it all. Such a wide variety of musicians from diverse genres covered his tunes that his music can't be lumped into just one category: Elvis Costello, Dr. John, Patti LaBelle, Otis Redding, The Rolling Stones, Lee Dorsey, The Meters, Irma Thomas, Boz Scaggs, Glen Campbell, Devo, Bonnie Raitt, The Band - the list goes on and on. The Royal Room presents a line up of some of Seattle's finest musicians in this evening of tribute. You may be surprised at what you hear. Featuring Jeff Fielder, Michael Stegner, Skerik, Sarah Rudinoff, Andy Stoller, Eric Eagle, Naomi Siegel, Thaddeus Turner and more.

Date: 11/13/2015 - 4/17/2016
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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abstracted realities
Seattle Art Museum presents abstracted realities, the solo exhibition of Brenna Youngblood, winner of the 2015 Gwendolyn Knight | Jacob Lawrence Prize. Featuring eight works using photo-based collage, painting, assemblage, and sculpture, the show explores the iconography of public and private suburban experience; issues of identity, ethics, and representation; and the politics of abstraction.

Date: 2/6/2016 - 2/6/2016
Time: Saturday 8:00pm
Price: $20/General Admission
Location: Highway 99 Blues Club 
Type: Music
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Acapulco Gold
Acapulco Gold was founded in 1969 by Garfield High School students looking to blend soul, rhythm & blues, rock, jazz and gospel sound into something new, a truly original sound that Seattle had never before experienced. The group went on to become an iconic entity in northwest music history - known for its infectious original dance grooves and down-to-earth pure fun shows.

Date: 2/6/2016 - 4/3/2016
Time: Tuesday-Wednesday 11:00am-5:00pm, Thursday 11:00am-7:00pm, Friday-Sunday 11:00am-5:00pm
Price: Free Admission
Location: Frye Art Museum 
Type: Museum Exhibit
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Agitation and Propaganda: The Soviet Political Poster 1918-1929
A selection of posters from the first decade of Soviet Russian following the revolution, and representing the employment of visual design to advance the ideologies of the new state.

Notes: Free Entry

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
 
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