SEATTLE, WA.- The Seattle Art Museum
will keep the Olympic Sculpture Park open until midnight for a special, summer SAM Remix event on Friday, August 7. From 8 pm until midnight, attendees can dance to a lineup of internationally renowned DJs and experience the sculptures on view through unconventional and highly opinionated tours of the park. SAM Remix offers a unique addition to the late-night Seattle scene by integrating the best facets of SAM into one extraordinary summer outing. Attendees can enjoy art, performances and music among the dramatic setting of the Olympic Sculpture Park.
The sculpture parks PACCAR Pavilion will showcase internationally renowned electronic music and video projections curated by Seattles Decibel Festival. Featured artists include Rena Jones (Portland), Filastine with DJ Collage (Barcelona), and Lusine (Seattle).
SAM Remixs distinct blend of art, music and performance will extend throughout the entire sculpture park through flashlight art tours, spoken word performances, break dancing and other spontaneous performances. For example, special My Favorite Things: The Park After Dark tours led by writers from The Stranger, members of SAM staff, and Remix co-hosts will offer party-goers the chance to experience the park in new and unexpected ways. Friends of the Nib will host a comics drawing rally in the Alvord Art Lab, where visitors can participate alongside a cast of Seattles noteworthy comic and graphic artists an interaction that promises to inspire anyones creative side.