“All the joys—animal and human—of a free life are mine.” —Paul Gauguin

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 [email protected] 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.

SAM Remix
Feb 24, Seattle Art Museum Downtown, 7:30–12:30
First 50 people wearing yellow get in free.

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