Winter Weekends: Kids' Sunday

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Winter Weekends: Kids' Sunday
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Rain or shine, light or dark, wet or windy, no matter the weather, Teresita Fernandez’s glass bridge, Seattle Cloud Cover, offers new ways to view the sights of the Sculpture Park and Seattle’s ever-changing waterfront. Explore how landscapes change with different light and weather patterns and learn the difference between weather and climate.

UPDATE! The first Kids' Saturday of Winter Weekends is now being held on a Sunday—January 22. Seattle's downtown corridor is going to be busy on Saturday and we want to be sure that getting the family to and from the Olympic Sculpture Park is easy for everyone.

RSVP for free tickets:

SAM Creates
Blow bubbles with paint and create a layered landscape with artist Tariqa Waters.

There’s more than just rain falling from the sky this afternoon at the park. Grab a cardboard box from home and get creative turning it into a vehicle for an indoor “drive-in” movie.

Featured screening at 12:30 pm
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs

Park Adventures
Put on your rain gear and become outdoor explorers with Forterra NW! Join in a game of blob tag and act your part as a water droplet in a cloud. Learn why our region is so cloudy and rainy and how the Pacific Northwest climate helps create our unique environment.

Community Partner
Pacific Science Center teaches you all about how light moves. Put on a pair of special glass and see wavelengths in action as light splits into multiple colors.


Winter Weekend Kids' Saturdays
January 22 (Sunday)
February 11
March 11

Winter Weekend Art Encounters
January 27
February 24
March 31

All Winter Weekend programming is free and open to the public.

Photo by Robert Wade.
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By: Seattle Art Museum

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