Summer At Sam: August 25 (Free)

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Summer At Sam: August 25 (Free) says
Play, picnic, and create this summer at the Olympic Sculpture Park. SAM presents an entire summer season packed full of activities and performances that combine visual art, music, and community.

All Summer at SAM programs are FREE, open to the public, and all-ages:


SAM Performs: 6:30-8 pm
Shontina & The Sugar Shack
Shontina Vernon describes herself as a “homegirl with a gypsy heart.” Don’t miss her raw soul, funk, and R&B stylings.

SAM Creates: 6-8 pm
Common Threads with Sandra Farmer
The Asian Art Museum’s exhibition, Mood Indigo, illuminates tapestries from across the world that use vibrant indigo dye. Consider how we are all connected through the fabric we use by creating a communal weaving. Bring your own blue fabric scraps or old jeans.

My Favorite Things Experience, 6-8 pm
Logways, Coyoteways by Nat Evans
Nat Evans will present a new site-specific event inside Mark Dion’s Neukom Vivarium. Logways, Coyoteways, is part live performance and part participatory event, based in concepts of deep ecology. Evans collected field recordings from the Green River Watershed where the Vivarium’s fallen Hemlock originated. Accompanying the field recordings is an original score based on the wildlife and topography of the location. Evans and collaborating musicians will be performing from 6-8 pm; at 7 pm you are invited to join in with a participatory event featuring kazoos and other simple instruments. The collective experience aims to create a sonic field guide in conversation with this piece of ecology-based art by Dion.

Food Trucks 5:45-7:45 pm
Off The Rez, Caravan Crêpes, POP UP bike pops

Taste will also be serving wine, beer, cocktails, and snacks.

Kids Corner in PACCAR Pavilion: 6-8 pm
Take a break from the sun and come play in the PACCAR Pavilion. Families can enjoy the Kids Corner and drop-in art making at the SAM Creates station. Spend time drawing at the kids-sized easels and capture the sculptures, plant life, and beautiful views of the Olympic Mountains and Puget Sound. Relax in a beanbag chair, read a new book, do a puzzle, or create your own masterpiece. Kids of all ages are welcome!
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By: Seattle Art Museum

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