Summer At Sam Finale Festival

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Seattle Art Museum says
Celebrate one last time and help us wrap-up an amazing Summer at SAM season. Join for a day filled with music, art making, and yoga for all ages, and learn more about the First People of the Northwest's tradition of welcoming the late-summer return of the salmon.

Due to the forecast, we've adjusted our programming at the Summer at SAM Finale Festival. Stay out of the rain and experience yoga, art making, and community partners inside the PACCAR Pavilion.

Yoga w/ 8 Limbs
10:30–11:30 am
Enjoy free outdoor, all-ages yoga with instructors from 8 Limbs Yoga. Bring your own mat, water, and any needed supplies. Rain or shine!

SAM Creates
11 am–2:30 pm
City Meditation Crew
The City Meditation Crew is a group of workers who call attention to sites and actions simply by paying attention. Join them in creating small hand-made rocks from clean sediment collected from areas upstream of the Duwamish River.

SAM Creates
11 am–2:30 pm
Passport Series w/ Carina del Rosario
In the Passport Series, artist Carina del Rosario reframes typical passport application questions and invites you to provide answers, not by checking a box, but by using your own words to describe the most important parts of who you are.

SAM Creates
11 am-2:30 pm
Cornhusk Dolls w/ Harvest Moon
Create, decorate, and adorn hand-made dolls out of cornhusks with Harvest Moon.

SAM Creates
11 am-2:30 pm
Garden Art Orbs w/ Briar Bates
Join landscape designer and Duwamish Revealed artist, Briar Bates, in creating decorative salmon eggs from willow branches and other natural materials to adorn your garden.

Community Partners
11 am-2:30 pm
Join our community partners including the Seawall Project and Waterfront Seattle for hands-on arts and crafts activities.

SAM Performs
1-2:30pm
Lydia Ramsey
A collector of ancient music making devices, Lydia Ramsey’s songs feature those instruments in unique arrangements that back up her beautiful voice. Ramsey’s songs convey the wildness of the great northwest and are steeped in the fingerpick-guitar rudiments of folk music.

SAM Performs
1:30 pm
Storytelling with Harvest Moon
Harvest Moon is a Quinault Ambassador, historian, basket weaver and storyteller. Join her as she tells stories of the abundance of life amongst the Northwest Coast Tribes, whose rich culture has been handed down from generation to generation.

Grab a bite to eat from Off the Rez from 12-2 pm.

Presented by Target
Sponsored by RealNetworks Foundation

More about #SummerAtSAM events every Thursday and Saturday through August 29: visitsam.org/summer
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By: Seattle Art Museum

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