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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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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: Ongoing
Time: To Be Announced
Price: 60
Location: Meeting Location To Be Provided
Type: Water Tour
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: 4/29/2016 - 5/21/2016
Time: To Be Announced
Price: To Be Announced
Location: Theatre Off Jackson 
Type: Theatre
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A Hand of Talons
Pork Filled Productions is proud to announce the world premiere of A Hand of Talons, a new play by Seattle playwright Maggie Lee at Theatre Off Jackson. This dark crime family drama explores yet another facet of the steampunk-inspired universe of our 2015 production The Tumbleweed Zephyr and our 2013 production The Clockwork Professor.

Date: 5/5/2016 - 5/16/2016
Time: Monday and Thursday 6:30pm, Sunday 1:00pm
Price: $10-$15
Location: SIFF Film Center 
Type: Film
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A Midsummer Night's Dream
This heralded production of Shakespeare's classic comes from acclaimed director Julie Taymor (Frida, Across the Universe, Broadway's "The Lion King") and was filmed before a live audience by cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto (Birdman, The Wolf of Wall Street) during performance at the Theatre For A New Audience in Brooklyn.

Notes: Options for Visually Impaired

Date: 5/5/2016 - 5/22/2016
Time: Thursday-Saturday 7:30pm, Sunday 2:00pm
Price: $22-$42
Location: Seattle Repertory Theatre 
Type: Dance
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A Rap on Race
Donald Byrd (Tony Award Nominee, Bessie Award Winner) and Anna Deveare Smith (Actress, Author and MacArthur Genius Award Winner) collaborate in an artistic tour de force for a dance theater work exploring the iconic conversation between Margaret Mead and James Baldwin.

Date: 5/5/2016 - 5/22/2016
Time: Thursday-Saturday 7:30pm, Sunday 2:00pm
Price: $22-$42
Location: Spectrum Dance Theater 
Type: Theatre
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A Rap On Race
Created by director/choreographer Donald Byrd (Tony Nominated and Bessie Award-winner) and Anna Deavere Smith (Pulitzer Nominated and MacArthur Award-winner Actress/Playwright). This exciting new work centers on the ground-breaking 1970 recorded conversation on race between writer James Baldwin and anthropologist Margaret Mead. Byrd and Deavere Smith will use various renditions of the conversation between these two singular 20th Century voices to explore virtuosity, tonality, rhythm. These artistic icons, Byrd and Deavere Smith, will 'suss out' the text for signs of its 'virtues'. Through an investigation of movement, text, and music, "A Rap on Race" will excavate new meaning from the cultural artifact and that will enliven the current conversation around racial and cultural equality.

Notes: Options for Visually Impaired

Date: 5/5/2016 - 5/8/2016
Time: Thursday-Sunday 7:30pm, Friday-Saturday 7:30pm and 9:30pm
Price: $33.50/Each
Location: Dimitriou's Jazz Alley 
Type: Music
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Abdullah Ibrahim and Ekaya
South Africa's most distinguished pianist and a world-respected master musician, was born in 1934 in Cape Town His early musical memories were of traditional African Khoi-san songs and the Christian hymns, gospel tunes and spirituals that he heard from his grandmother, who was pianist for the local African Methodist Episcopalian church, and his mother, who led the choir. The Cape Town of his childhood was a melting-pot of cultural influences, and the young Dollar Brand, as he became known, was exposed to American jazz, township jive, CapeMalay music, as well as to classical music. Out of this blend of the secular and the religious, the traditional and the modern, developed the distinctive style, harmonies and musical vocabulary that are inimitably his own.

Notes: Highlights

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
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: 3/6/2016 - 5/18/2016
Time: To Be Announced
Price: $10/Adults, $5/Students. Free/Members
Location: The Henry and Sandra Friedman Holocaust Center for Humanity 
Type: Museum Exhibit
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Anne Frank: A History for Today
The life story of Anne Frank is the centerpiece of this exhibition, reflecting world events prior to, during, and after Nazi control. The exhibit juxtaposes photographs of the Frank family with images of historical events at the time to show how persecuted people such as the Franks were affected by political decisions and the actions of individuals. Today, children and their families continue to be victims of violence, war, and conflict. This exhibit allows visitors to consider the effects of prejudice, discrimination, hate, and violence. Through the story of Anne Frank, visitors are encouraged to examine their own attitudes towards others.
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