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Party under Alexander Calder’s Eagle at SAM Remix. Photo by Laura Dannen.

I love thee for the depth and breadth of fare…

Seattle Art Museum brings its late-night party outside on Friday, August 27, with even more music, dancing, and after-dark art tours at Olympic Sculpture Park.

I love thy absinthe, pungent and green…

Dress the same shade as your absinthe cocktail: The first 50 people to arrive wearing neon get in for free.

I love thee wildly, dancing with lo-fi on high…

Local electronic crew Truckasaurus provides the soundtrack to the evening, with the help of Library Science, SunTzu Sound, and I Heart Shiva.

I love thee until your opinions run dry…

Artist Jenny Heishman explains her installations—like the awning to nothing—and The Stranger’s art critic Jen Graves leads another highly opinionated art tour.

I love thy spirit, thy creative flair…

Mandy Greer leads a crochet circle, and Trenton Doyle Hancock explains his new work at PACCAR Pavilion: a graphic novel-inspired episode in the epic struggle between Mounds and Vegans, his imaginary personifications of good and evil.

I love thy comic collection, which you share.

Join the collaborative comic drawing with the Bureau of Drawers, who’ll be part of the “Counterculture Comix" exhibition at Bumbershoot.

I love that you’re not expensive ($15), but bemoan your sellout rate.
Get your tickets now…if it’s not too late. (Ugh, too much rhyming.)

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