Sam Remix March 13

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Sam Remix   March 13

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Choose your own adventure from this fabulous late night of performances, activities, dancing, and more with "Indigenous Beauty: Masterworks of American Indian Art from the Diker Collection" and SAM’s fantastic collection. Update: Advance Tickets are now SOLD OUT. A limited number of tickets will be available at the door at 8 pm. The night's activities include: Get dancing with equal parts deep thinker, rabble rouser, party starter, and iconoclast DJ Doc Adam. Keep moving to mixes of funk, hip-hop, boogie, and R&B with dj100proof. Hip-hop/cultural dancer, James Jones, mixes traditonal hoop dancing and breakdancing to kick-off the night. Explore cultural intersections and contemporary Native culture in portraiture with Wendy Red Star . Create Duchamp-inspired silhouettes with artist Alicia Betty. Build absurd Rube Goldberg machines with Weber Thompson architects. View the world through kaleidoscopic lenses with artist Julie Alpert . Explore the patterns and designs of Tsitsistas/Suthai (Cheyenne) objects in an activity with artist Sandra Farmer. Play the game Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna), the first game developed in collaboration with the Iñupiat, an Alaska Native people. Pass by and get reflected by the Holoflector project developed by artist Jason Salavon and a team from Microsoft Research. Neuroses leads you on a wild, and slightly strange, tour of skits inspired by SAM's collection. Experience the galleries in new and unexpected ways with My Favorite Things: Highly Opinionated Tours led by artists, community figures and special guests including: Cliff Burrows Jonathan Cunningham Laura Fry Shawn Diaz Stephany Hazelrigg Wendy Red Star Full lineup: Special thanks to our March 2015 Remix cohosts: AIA Seattle, ARCADE, French-American Chamber of Commerce, GSBA Young Professionals with Pride, Intiman Theater, OUT for Sustainability, Seattle Arts and Cultural Events, Seattle Emerging Museum Professionals, Seattle Fun Events, Voices Rising, United Indians, The World is Fun, Urban ArtWorks , World Affairs Council’s Young Professionals International Network, and Young Professionals Network. FIRST 50: "Dress to Reflect." Celebrate the second anniversary of Doug Aitken's Mirror on SAM's façade by wearing head-to-toe silver clothing so you're sure to be seen. First 50 in head-to-toe silver clothing get in for free.

By: Seattle Art Museum

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