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Art Beyond Sight Tours at Seattle Art Museum-February-June

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The Art Beyond Sight program provides regular tours of the museum’s collection to visitors with low or no vision. Tours are held at all SAM locations and are free with advance registration.  The February 17th tour will include explore SAM’s modern art collection in the exhibition Big Picture: Art Since 1945. We will see abstractions ranging from light and airy to flat and geometric.


Saturday, February 17th
Seattle Art Museum
1300 First Ave.
Seattle, WA 98101

Please join us before the tour at 1 pm for light refreshments in Arnold Board Room. The tour starts at 1:30 pm and ends by 3 pm with opportunity for further conversation and refreshments afterward. To help with wayfinding, visitors will be greeted by docents at our main entrance, on the corner of First Ave. and Union St. This is an accessible entrance, which means that visitors taking ACCESS transportation or taxi can expect a drop off area and a ramp. If you are driving, this entrance is also where the parking garage elevator leads to.

Admission to the Museum is free for all Art Beyond Sight participants and their guests with advance registration.

To register, email access@seattleartmuseum.org or call Kelsey Donahue at (206) 654-3133.

When you register, you may also sign up for future tours.


Wednesday March 28:  Figuring History: Robert Colescott, Kerry James Marshall, Mickalene Thomas

Saturday April 21:   Pure Amusements: Wealth, Leisure, and Culture in Late Imperial China

Wednesday May 23:   Australian Aboriginal Art

Saturday June 23:   Double Exposure: Edward S. Curtis, Marianne Nicolson, Tracy Rector, Will Wilson


Be a Member of Sight Connection’s Visionary Circle

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All it takes to join is to include Sight Connection in your planned giving. 

It could be as easy as designating a gift of any amount to Sight Connection in your will.

We would love to hear from those who have left a legacy at Sight Connection so that we may honor you with a specially designed and inscribed gift recognizing your generosity. The amount is not important. Your investment in Sight Connection’s future is what counts.

For the many other ways to remember Sight Connection in your estate planning, please contact your financial planner. For Sight Connection related questions, please contact Emily Bader, ebader@sightconnection.org, 206-204-6158.

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