Seattle Art Museum’s late-night art party Remix returns this Friday with longer hours—7:30 to 12:30—and a blockbuster exhibit to check out. To gear up for the event, SAM will stay open until 9 all week and is offering $3 off Gauguin tickets between 5 and 9. Sounds like a good time…for all those ambitious planners who already bought their tickets. Remix is sold out, but we have a pair of passes to give away.
These fine tickets get you:
—Entry into the new Gauguin and Polynesia: An Elusive Paradise exhibit.
—A traditional Polynesian welcome (“Marquesan haka”) at 8.
— DJ Supreme La Rock spinning hip hop, soul, and world tunes, and DJ Riz spinning in The Listening Room.
—Traditional Tahitian dance and drumming performance by Te Fare O Tamatoa at 8, 8:30, 10:15, and 10:30.
—“Highly opinionated tours” of the galleries by SAM curators Pam McClusky and Chiyo Ishikawa, the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, artist Allyce Wood, the Rat City Rollergirls, and more.
—Work on a cut paper paradise with artist Celeste Cooning.
—The usual assortment of beer, wine, and cocktails (cash bar); Taste restaurant will also be open late.
To enter to win, email SeattleMetTix@gmail.com with “Remix” as the subject, and a reason why you want to go, by Thursday, February 23, at 5. The winner will be notified by email shortly after the deadline.
Feb 24, Seattle Art Museum Downtown, 7:30–12:30
First 50 people wearing yellow get in free.