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Upcoming Event

The Colors of Holi Gala

Mar 4 2023

Seattle Asian Art Museum

Entire Building

7 PM – 11:59 PM

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Celebrate Holi, India’s Festival of colors and happiness by joining SAM for The Colors of Holi Gala at the stunning Asian Art Museum. This lavish and colorful celebration benefits SAM’s South Asian programs with an evening you won’t soon forget.

  • Delicious Indian fare and drinks

  • Beats by DJ Kapil

  • Festive dance performances

  • Intimate tours of SAM’s collection

  • Henna

  • Fortune Telling

  • And much more!

Celebrated at the onset of spring, Holi symbolizes the victory of good over evil and fills the days with colors of joy, prosperity, and peace. A major fundraising event, funds raised will benefit SAM’s South Asian artistic, educational, and community engagement programs.

This is a 21 and over only event.

INDIVIDUAL TICKETS

Benefactor
$350 per person

Includes one ticket to the Colors of Holi Gala, a special behind-the-scenes experience at the Asian Art Museum, and an additional donation to SAM.

Patron
$250 per person

Includes one ticket to the Colors of Holi Gala

Tickets are non-refundable.

Sponsorship opportunities are available!

Enjoy exclusive benefits and support art, education and community by becoming a sponsor of the Colors of Holi Gala. Starting at $1,500, sponsorships bring you and your guests special benefits and access. Call 206.654.3252 for more information about how you can contribute to this celebration.

Questions? E-mail us at holigala@seattleartmuseum.org

Major Sponsors
IACS - Indian American Community Services
Rish Tandon and Neha Krishna

Supporting Sponsors
Sudeep and Seema Bharati
Rajeev and Shalini Misra
Rajeev and Ranjini Rajan
Mala and Suri Raman
Satya and Rao Remala
Geeta and Hemant Vyas
Ajay Wadhawan and Mandira Virmani
Dilip Wagle and Darshana Shanbhag

Partner Sponsors
Rupal Mehta
Smita and Harold Soans
Akila and S. Somesegar Family Foundation

Community Partner
Tasveer


Seattle Art Museum respectfully acknowledges that we are on Indigenous land, the traditional territories of the Coast Salish people. We honor our ongoing connection to these communities past, present, and future.

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