Museum Week Northwest

Posted on May 16, 2014, 9:00 am
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Seattle is home to a multitude of museums that boast amazing collections. The Henry Art Gallery, The Frye and SAM are just a few to note. Museum going is not a typical “spring-time activity,” as the warm sun is more alluring than the pristine museum interior. But for a week, our Seattle museums take center stage with the American Association of Museums coming to town for their annual conference. “Museum Week Northwest” includes two for one priced admission, specifically designed tours, and special events at multiple museums in the Seattle, Tacoma, and Olympia region. This week acts as a celebration of the cultural and museum work being done in our city. Be sure to come out and support the arts community.

Visit the link below to find various events occurring in our region from May 19 to May 23. I’m personally very excited about “Fantastic Felt Sushi” at the Bellevue Arts Museum on May 17, as well as the “Tour of Totems.”

Claire Reiner is a writer, artist and recent graduate from the University of Washington’s School of Art with a major in Art History. She is interested in recent art movements and subcultures (1950s, 60s, 70s) and how they have shaped present perceptions and practices of art. She grew up in Southern California and moved to Seattle in 2010. She is quite influenced by the unique geography of both places and enjoys hiking and exploring the Pacific Northwest. Reiner covers visual art exhibits in Seattle and seeks to contribute to a profound and positive artistic community, as well as encourage people to come out and experience art moments for themselves. Reiner is also the Executive Assistant for VanguardSeattle and handles any press related needs.