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Happy Earth Day! Watch the new video from our Personal Landscapes series with sculptor John Grade discussing Paul Cézanne's beautiful landscape "Mont Sainte-Victoire," on view now in "Seeing Nature." Come celebrate #EarthDay at SAM and experience the natural wonder in "John Grade: Middle Fork" and "Seeing Nature."

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04/21/2017 at 20:04. Facebook
Join our team for “Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors!” Seattle Art Museum is a dynamic and engaged place for professionals to make an impact in the local, regional and national art community. We’ve got open positions for temporary exhibition hosts and visitor services officers. These customer service employees attend to visitors as they view “Infinity Mirrors.” Hosts and VSOs may be cross trained...
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04/21/2017 at 18:00. Facebook
Don't delay! Sunday is your last chance to view the rare and incredible exhibition "Jacob Lawrence: The Migration Series" at Seattle Art Museum. visitsam.org/migration

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Dont delay Sunday is your last chance to view the rare and

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04/20/2017 at 19:18. Facebook
"I migrated twice before I was 20. When I was 11, my brother and I got on a plane to meet our mother in Liberia, West Africa." – Pam McClusky

There's only a few more days to see "Jacob Lawrence: The Migration Series" and SAM staff has been inspired to share their own stories of migration and community on #SAMBlog.

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04/20/2017 at 15:42. Facebook
"My belief is that it is most important for an artist to develop an approach and philosophy about life—if he has developed this philosophy, he does not put paint on canvas, he puts himself on canvas." –Jacob Lawrence

A rare and powerful exhibition, "Jacob Lawrence: The Migration Series" must close this Sunday. This epic 60-panel series chronicles the exodus of African Americans from the rural...
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04/19/2017 at 19:11. Facebook
Our Family Circle: The Films of Yasujio Ozu series continues April 20, April 27, and select dates in May. Experience Ozu's universal truths and tender studies of 20th-century Japanese families in 35mm. Tickets to see "Early Spring" on April 20 are available at the museum the night of the screening.
Our Family Circle The Films of Yasujio Ozu series continues April 20

Family Circle: The Films of Yasujiro Ozu

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04/19/2017 at 01:22. Facebook
Tickets are now available for the world premiere of excerpts from Jennifer West's feature-length "Film Memory." See it May 2 at Seattle Art Museum for free. A "personal historical survey" of 300 films, "Film Memory" considers how fiction weaves itself into our lives and memories. Come early to see West's exhibition "Film is Dead . . ." before it closes May 7. [ Bit.ly Link ]
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Jennifer West: Film Memory

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04/17/2017 at 19:22. Facebook
Artistic creativity doesn’t always show up in the ways we expect. Take a close look at William Adolphe Bouguereau’s "Portrait of Madame la Comtesse de Cambacérès" on #SAMBlog, to understand how this artist went about “interpreting nature.” While you're at it, come by SAM to see "Seeing Nature"—a truly special chance to study some of the most influential artists in history doing their own...
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Object of the Week: Portrait of Madame la Comtesse de Cambacérès - SAM Blog

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04/17/2017 at 17:03. Facebook
On April 21 at 10 pm, artist Preston Singletary will be featured in the PBS series "Craft in America: Nature." Tune in learn more about this artist and see footage of two screens on view at SAM, "Yéil Xeenh (Raven Screen)" and "Keet Shagoon (Killer Whale)."

KCTS 9 will host a free preview and discussion at SAM tomorrow, Tuesday, April 18. Free with RSVP. [ Bit.ly Link ]
On April 21 at 10 pm artist Preston Singletary will be featured

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04/16/2017 at 16:02. Facebook
Our popular "Jacob Lawrence: The Migration Series" exhibition must close on Sunday. Don't miss this rare opportunity to see all 60 works of Lawrence's masterpiece together in one place. SAM is open 10 am to 5 pm today. visitsam.org/migration #JacobLawrence #MigrationSeries
Our popular Jacob Lawrence The Migration Series exhibition must close on Sunday

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"Common Pleasures: Art of Urban Life in Edo Japan" opens today at Seattle Art Museum. The primary philosophical view of the time—“live for the moment”—is apparent in the artworks in this exhibition. Drawn from Seattle Art Museum as well as a private collection, the works on view showcase a diversity of leisure activities and common pleasures of ordinary people.
Common Pleasures Art of Urban Life in Edo Japan opens today at

Common Pleasures: Art of Urban Life in Edo Japan at Seattle Art Museum

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Are you a big fan of national parks and public lands? We certainly are! Join us on April 20 as we celebrate our national parks and "Seeing Nature" with one-of-a-kind tours led by park rangers and National Park Service representatives. visitsam.org/seeingnature
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Don't wait too long—"Seeing Nature: Landscape Masterworks from the Paul G. Allen Family Collection" closes next month! This weekend is the perfect time to bring the family or escape for a solo adventure to get an up close look at the brush strokes made by Monet, Manet, Turner, Klimt, O'Keeffe, and more. #SeeingNature visitsam.org/seeingnature

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Know a budding artist? Our Family Drop-in Art Activity on April 22 invites children ages 6–12 and their caregivers to get inspired by the uses of texture, color, line, and space in the landscapes and scenes captured in the paintings of "Seeing Nature." Create your own landscape by combining drawing and paper cut outs.
Know a budding artist Our Family Dropin Art Activity on April 22

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"Jacob Lawrence: The Migration Series," is inspiring Seattle Art Museum’s Equity Team to share personal stories of immigration, migration, displacement, and community on #SAMBlog. Hear more stories, in person, Thursday, April 13 at the last installment of our Migration Stories presented in partnership with Tasveer in The Migration Series gallery. Make the time, this masterpiece closes April...
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The Olympic Sculpture Park turns 10 this year and we're celebrating by sharing some history on the park with you over at #SAMBlog. In our third article on the park, we take a look at the crucial role of The Trust for Public Land in the environmental achievements of the park. Next time you find yourself relaxing on the Trust for Pulic Land Terrace at the Olympic Sculpture Park, consider...
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The Olympic Sculpture Park turns 10 this year and were celebrating by

View from Above: How Art, Environment, and Community Come Together at the Olympic Sculpture Park - SAM Blog

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Our Art Beyond Sight program provides monthly tours focused on verbal descriptions of Seattle Art Museum's collection and exhibitions to visitors with low or no vision. Join us at 1 pm, April 19 for our Art Beyond Sight tour of "Seeing Nature: Landscape Masterworks from the Paul G. Allen Family Collection." RSVP: ACCESS@seattleartmuseum.org or 206.654.3133

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"One of the things I really love to do, when I’m in the desert or anywhere, is actually just look close." – Phil Levin

Check out this video from our Personal Landscape series! In celebration of our exhibition “Seeing Nature,” SAM has partnered with The Nature Conservancy in Washington. Become a member of The Nature Conservancy between now and May 23, and you'll receive a discount code to...
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Join us April 13 for Art of Jazz featuring award-winning and expressive vocalist Jacqueline Tabor. In a sultry alto, Tabor brings new sophistication to Jazz standards that leaves you wanting more. Be sure to see the incredible paintings in "Seeing Nature" during your visit to SAM—on view for only one more month! visitsam.org/seeingnature
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Art of Jazz - Free event at Seattle Art Museum

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I'm a constituent, and I'm writing you today to urge your support of Access for All, and allowing King County residents to vote on increased cultural access funding on this year's county ballot. It's an important campaign to increase access to culture and learning, particularly for students, low-inc...
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