SAM Remix is now sold out. The next SAM Remix will take place on Friday, June 3, 2011.
Hot on the heels of Mardi Gras, experience Nick Cave: Meet Me at the Center of the Earth during a special evening full of masquerade, music, dance and performance. Get creative with art making activities and enjoy beverages provided by TASTE Events.
- Nick Cave discusses his creative process during two informal exhibition gallery talks (9 & 10:30 pm)
- The Bushwick Book Club presents an opening procession and performance by New Orleans-style marching band, Tubaluba. (8 & 10 pm)
- Nick Cave’s Soundsuit performances by Cornish College of the Arts
- Get down with DJ Riz all night long
- Smile Tribe: Make a mask and become video art featuring visuals by Dumb Eyes and Joseph Gray.
- Interact with the Cherdonna and Lou Show as they rove around the museum (8:45 & 10:15 pm)
- Crystal Beth, experimental clarinetist & jazz musician, improvises in the 4th floor galleries (8:30 & 9:30 pm)
- Reinvent the Mardi Gras necklace with artist Laura Wright
- Enjoy African rhythms and traditional dance by Gansago Music & Dance (9 pm)
- Contemporary dance by Whim W’Him
- Cellist Paul Rucker performs in the Nick Cave exhibition (8:30 & 10 pm)
- Catherine Cabeen, in collaboration with Michael Cepress, performs in the double height galleries
- Inspired by Nick Cave’s Soundsuits, draw the shape of sound with Romson Bustillo
- Photo Studio: Show off your look with Youth in Focus
- My Favorite Things tours by The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, Seattle Out and Proud, ACT Theatre, artist group PDL, The Stranger's Brendan Kiley, The Straight Male Knitter Blogger, Intiman Theater, and others.
SAM Remix CohostsAIA Seattle, Arcade, Canoe Social Club, Decibel Festival, Liberation/Progressive People of Color Happy Hour, Langston Hughes Performing Arts/LHAAFF, Net IP, 911 Media Arts Center, NOMA NW, OUT for Sustainability, Pacific Science Center, Professional Women of Color Network, SAM ReGroup Advisors, Seattle Out & Proud, The World is Fun, UNICEF: Tap Project 2011, University of Washington School of Law's Advocates for the Arts (AFTA) and Voices Rising.
First 50 in masks get in free
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