Art lovers, get your paintbrushes ready because you can soon take inspiration from the Seattle Art Museum (SAM) beginning September 11, when the museum reopens to the public at a limited capacity.
The museum has increased cleaning and sanitation using EPA-registered disinfectants and is focusing on ensuring that high-touch and high-traffic areas are monitored closely.
Guests aged two and above will be required to wear a face covering and only enter the museum during the entry time on tickets.
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Current exhibitions at the museum include Storied Objects, Lessons From the Insitute of Empthy, Big Picture: Art After 1945, Claire Partington: Taking Tea, Cosmic Beings in Mesoamerican and Andean Art, John Grade: Middle Fork, Walkabout: The Art of Dorothy Napangardi, France: Inside and Out, and more. A full listing can be found online.
The Porcelain Room, the Italian Room, the Jacob Lawrence Gallery, Ann P. Wyckoff Education Center, Bullitt Library, Taste Cafe, and children’s play areas will remain closed until further notice.
The museum will be open Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays by online reservation. Tickets will be required and can be purchased online.