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Bringing indigenous wisdom to the modern world: Storytellers Roger Fernandes (Lower Elwha Klallam) and Fern Naomi Renville (Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate) bring the Coastal Salish stories of The Changer to the radio-stage. Through old stories, we can envision tribal sovereignty in our world today. With the help of familiar friends, Changer reminds us to share dreams together for us and for our children’s future.

This production is an adaptation of the first half of the original play. It will be available to stream on YouTube, SoundCloud, and other platforms at no cost, although donations are welcome.

NEW – Changer: The Radio Play is now available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts!

Changer: The Radio Play

Official Release: November 20

An audio adaptation of our world premiere play

Featuring the original cast of Changer and the Star People

Adapted by Fern Naomi Renville and Roger Fernandes | Produced by Malie Fuiji

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The era of the Enlightenment, which gave rise to our modern conceptions of freedom and democracy, was also the height of the trans-Atlantic slave trade. How were those conceptions impacted by the coinciding racism? History professor Tyler Stovall believes they are intricately intertwined, and argues that being free has long meant being white.

Tyler Stovall is professor of history and dean of the Graduate School of Arts and SCiences at Fordham University. HIs books include Transnational France: The Modern History of a Universal NationParis Noir: African Americans in the City of Light; and The Rise of the Paris Red Belt.

ChrisTiana ObeySumner (they/them) is a Black/Indigenous, Queer, Non-Binary, and Multiply disabled person. They are a community organizer and activist, and CEO of Epiphanies of Equity LLC, a social equity consulting firm that particularly specializes in social change, intersectionality, antiracism, and disability justice.

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Bringing indigenous wisdom to the modern world: Storytellers Roger Fernandes (Lower Elwha Klallam) and Fern Naomi Renville (Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate) bring the Coastal Salish stories of The Changer to the radio-stage. Through old stories, we can envision tribal sovereignty in our world today. With the help of familiar friends, Changer reminds us to share dreams together for us and for our children’s future.

This production is an adaptation of the first half of the original play. It will be available to stream on YouTube, SoundCloud, and other platforms at no cost, although donations are welcome.

NEW – Changer: The Radio Play is now available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts!

Changer: The Radio Play

Official Release: November 20

An audio adaptation of our world premiere play

Featuring the original cast of Changer and the Star People

Adapted by Fern Naomi Renville and Roger Fernandes | Produced by Malie Fuiji

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Bringing indigenous wisdom to the modern world: Storytellers Roger Fernandes (Lower Elwha Klallam) and Fern Naomi Renville (Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate) bring the Coastal Salish stories of The Changer to the radio-stage. Through old stories, we can envision tribal sovereignty in our world today. With the help of familiar friends, Changer reminds us to share dreams together for us and for our children’s future.

This production is an adaptation of the first half of the original play. It will be available to stream on YouTube, SoundCloud, and other platforms at no cost, although donations are welcome.

NEW – Changer: The Radio Play is now available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts!

Changer: The Radio Play

Official Release: November 20

An audio adaptation of our world premiere play

Featuring the original cast of Changer and the Star People

Adapted by Fern Naomi Renville and Roger Fernandes | Produced by Malie Fuiji

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According to statistics, Omari Amili’s story should have turned out much differently. His parents suffered from addiction which led to him growing up in poverty and struggling in school. Eventually, he ended up serving prison time—which was no surprise considering the combination of life factors that would suggest a lifetime of struggles with the criminal justice system.

Though Amili was a product of what’s often referred to as the “school-to-prison pipeline,” it was ultimately education that changed Amili’s life.

Blending his personal story and scholarship, Amili leads a discussion on the benefits of another path: the “prison-to-college pipeline,” where incarcerated and formerly incarcerated people can take college courses and receive a degree. Studies have shown that education is one of the best ways to reduce the chance of returning to prison, and Omari explores how we all benefit—as individuals and a society—from the new perspective, sense of direction, and confidence education provides.

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Bringing indigenous wisdom to the modern world: Storytellers Roger Fernandes (Lower Elwha Klallam) and Fern Naomi Renville (Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate) bring the Coastal Salish stories of The Changer to the radio-stage. Through old stories, we can envision tribal sovereignty in our world today. With the help of familiar friends, Changer reminds us to share dreams together for us and for our children’s future.

This production is an adaptation of the first half of the original play. It will be available to stream on YouTube, SoundCloud, and other platforms at no cost, although donations are welcome.

NEW – Changer: The Radio Play is now available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts!

Changer: The Radio Play

Official Release: November 20

An audio adaptation of our world premiere play

Featuring the original cast of Changer and the Star People

Adapted by Fern Naomi Renville and Roger Fernandes | Produced by Malie Fuiji

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Bringing indigenous wisdom to the modern world: Storytellers Roger Fernandes (Lower Elwha Klallam) and Fern Naomi Renville (Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate) bring the Coastal Salish stories of The Changer to the radio-stage. Through old stories, we can envision tribal sovereignty in our world today. With the help of familiar friends, Changer reminds us to share dreams together for us and for our children’s future.

This production is an adaptation of the first half of the original play. It will be available to stream on YouTube, SoundCloud, and other platforms at no cost, although donations are welcome.

NEW – Changer: The Radio Play is now available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts!

Changer: The Radio Play

Official Release: November 20

An audio adaptation of our world premiere play

Featuring the original cast of Changer and the Star People

Adapted by Fern Naomi Renville and Roger Fernandes | Produced by Malie Fuiji

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Bringing indigenous wisdom to the modern world: Storytellers Roger Fernandes (Lower Elwha Klallam) and Fern Naomi Renville (Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate) bring the Coastal Salish stories of The Changer to the radio-stage. Through old stories, we can envision tribal sovereignty in our world today. With the help of familiar friends, Changer reminds us to share dreams together for us and for our children’s future.

This production is an adaptation of the first half of the original play. It will be available to stream on YouTube, SoundCloud, and other platforms at no cost, although donations are welcome.

NEW – Changer: The Radio Play is now available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts!

Changer: The Radio Play

Official Release: November 20

An audio adaptation of our world premiere play

Featuring the original cast of Changer and the Star People

Adapted by Fern Naomi Renville and Roger Fernandes | Produced by Malie Fuiji

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Bringing indigenous wisdom to the modern world: Storytellers Roger Fernandes (Lower Elwha Klallam) and Fern Naomi Renville (Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate) bring the Coastal Salish stories of The Changer to the radio-stage. Through old stories, we can envision tribal sovereignty in our world today. With the help of familiar friends, Changer reminds us to share dreams together for us and for our children’s future.

This production is an adaptation of the first half of the original play. It will be available to stream on YouTube, SoundCloud, and other platforms at no cost, although donations are welcome.

NEW – Changer: The Radio Play is now available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts!

Changer: The Radio Play

Official Release: November 20

An audio adaptation of our world premiere play

Featuring the original cast of Changer and the Star People

Adapted by Fern Naomi Renville and Roger Fernandes | Produced by Malie Fuiji

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Humanities Washington

Chief Seattle wrote nothing down during his life, yet his words—both real and imagined—are known throughout the world. The result is a man made up of both historical and fictional aspects, from which conflicting messages can be gleaned.

David M. Buerge, a biographer and a historian to the Duwamish Tribe, Seattle’s mother’s people, spent more than 20 years exploring the man from a variety of sources to reveal a leader of epic character. He was a warrior, an orator, a benefactor, and a visionary who helped found the city that bears his name, Seattle, the largest city in the world named after a Native American.

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Humanities Washington
Virtual

With warmth and openness, renowned author and professor Clyde Ford leads a discussion on race in modern-day America with a heavy emphasis on audience participation. Meant for people of all races, participants will come away with tools for engaging in conversations about race in an honest, transparent, and meaningful way. Though ambitious, this talk aims to make a difference in bridging and healing the racial divide.

Ford was an instructor at Western Washington University where he taught “The Introduction to the African American Experience.” His books include We CAN All Get Along: 50 Steps You Can Take To Help End Racism and The Long Mile, for which he received the Zora Neale Hurston/Richard Wright Award. Ford was a featured guest on the Oprah Winfrey Show, where he discussed practical steps people can take to help end racism.

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Bringing indigenous wisdom to the modern world: Storytellers Roger Fernandes (Lower Elwha Klallam) and Fern Naomi Renville (Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate) bring the Coastal Salish stories of The Changer to the radio-stage. Through old stories, we can envision tribal sovereignty in our world today. With the help of familiar friends, Changer reminds us to share dreams together for us and for our children’s future.

This production is an adaptation of the first half of the original play. It will be available to stream on YouTube, SoundCloud, and other platforms at no cost, although donations are welcome.

NEW – Changer: The Radio Play is now available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts!

Changer: The Radio Play

Official Release: November 20

An audio adaptation of our world premiere play

Featuring the original cast of Changer and the Star People

Adapted by Fern Naomi Renville and Roger Fernandes | Produced by Malie Fuiji

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Bringing indigenous wisdom to the modern world: Storytellers Roger Fernandes (Lower Elwha Klallam) and Fern Naomi Renville (Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate) bring the Coastal Salish stories of The Changer to the radio-stage. Through old stories, we can envision tribal sovereignty in our world today. With the help of familiar friends, Changer reminds us to share dreams together for us and for our children’s future.

This production is an adaptation of the first half of the original play. It will be available to stream on YouTube, SoundCloud, and other platforms at no cost, although donations are welcome.

NEW – Changer: The Radio Play is now available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts!

Changer: The Radio Play

Official Release: November 20

An audio adaptation of our world premiere play

Featuring the original cast of Changer and the Star People

Adapted by Fern Naomi Renville and Roger Fernandes | Produced by Malie Fuiji

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Bringing indigenous wisdom to the modern world: Storytellers Roger Fernandes (Lower Elwha Klallam) and Fern Naomi Renville (Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate) bring the Coastal Salish stories of The Changer to the radio-stage. Through old stories, we can envision tribal sovereignty in our world today. With the help of familiar friends, Changer reminds us to share dreams together for us and for our children’s future.

This production is an adaptation of the first half of the original play. It will be available to stream on YouTube, SoundCloud, and other platforms at no cost, although donations are welcome.

NEW – Changer: The Radio Play is now available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts!

Changer: The Radio Play

Official Release: November 20

An audio adaptation of our world premiere play

Featuring the original cast of Changer and the Star People

Adapted by Fern Naomi Renville and Roger Fernandes | Produced by Malie Fuiji

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Bringing indigenous wisdom to the modern world: Storytellers Roger Fernandes (Lower Elwha Klallam) and Fern Naomi Renville (Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate) bring the Coastal Salish stories of The Changer to the radio-stage. Through old stories, we can envision tribal sovereignty in our world today. With the help of familiar friends, Changer reminds us to share dreams together for us and for our children’s future.

This production is an adaptation of the first half of the original play. It will be available to stream on YouTube, SoundCloud, and other platforms at no cost, although donations are welcome.

NEW – Changer: The Radio Play is now available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts!

Changer: The Radio Play

Official Release: November 20

An audio adaptation of our world premiere play

Featuring the original cast of Changer and the Star People

Adapted by Fern Naomi Renville and Roger Fernandes | Produced by Malie Fuiji

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Bringing indigenous wisdom to the modern world: Storytellers Roger Fernandes (Lower Elwha Klallam) and Fern Naomi Renville (Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate) bring the Coastal Salish stories of The Changer to the radio-stage. Through old stories, we can envision tribal sovereignty in our world today. With the help of familiar friends, Changer reminds us to share dreams together for us and for our children’s future.

This production is an adaptation of the first half of the original play. It will be available to stream on YouTube, SoundCloud, and other platforms at no cost, although donations are welcome.

NEW – Changer: The Radio Play is now available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts!

Changer: The Radio Play

Official Release: November 20

An audio adaptation of our world premiere play

Featuring the original cast of Changer and the Star People

Adapted by Fern Naomi Renville and Roger Fernandes | Produced by Malie Fuiji

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Bringing indigenous wisdom to the modern world: Storytellers Roger Fernandes (Lower Elwha Klallam) and Fern Naomi Renville (Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate) bring the Coastal Salish stories of The Changer to the radio-stage. Through old stories, we can envision tribal sovereignty in our world today. With the help of familiar friends, Changer reminds us to share dreams together for us and for our children’s future.

This production is an adaptation of the first half of the original play. It will be available to stream on YouTube, SoundCloud, and other platforms at no cost, although donations are welcome.

NEW – Changer: The Radio Play is now available on Spotify and Apple Podcasts!

Changer: The Radio Play

Official Release: November 20

An audio adaptation of our world premiere play

Featuring the original cast of Changer and the Star People

Adapted by Fern Naomi Renville and Roger Fernandes | Produced by Malie Fuiji

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Explore how all of us—citizens, educators, law enforcement, and others—can close the gap.

Daudi Abe is a professor, writer, and historian who has taught and written about race, gender, education, hip-hop, and sports for over 20 years. His books include the forthcoming Emerald Street: A History of Hip-Hop in Seattle, and his work has appeared in The Stranger and The Seattle Times. Abe holds an MA in human development and a PhD in education from the University of Washington.

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Seattle Center Festal
Virtual
Tết In Seattle (T-I-S.) organizes the annual Tết Festival, a free celebration event held at the Seattle Center as part of Seattle Center’s Festal world cultural program. The Tết Festival celebrates the cultural roots of Vietnamese-Americans through the celebration of Tết, the Vietnamese Lunar New Year, by presenting, promoting, and providing hands-on experience in the arts, musics, performances, and foods that are unique to Vietnam.
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Seattle Center Festal
Virtual
Tết In Seattle (T-I-S.) organizes the annual Tết Festival, a free celebration event held at the Seattle Center as part of Seattle Center’s Festal world cultural program. The Tết Festival celebrates the cultural roots of Vietnamese-Americans through the celebration of Tết, the Vietnamese Lunar New Year, by presenting, promoting, and providing hands-on experience in the arts, musics, performances, and foods that are unique to Vietnam.
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Seattle Center Festal
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Tết In Seattle (T-I-S.) organizes the annual Tết Festival, a free celebration event held at the Seattle Center as part of Seattle Center’s Festal world cultural program. The Tết Festival celebrates the cultural roots of Vietnamese-Americans through the celebration of Tết, the Vietnamese Lunar New Year, by presenting, promoting, and providing hands-on experience in the arts, musics, performances, and foods that are unique to Vietnam.
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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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Irish Heritage Club
Virtual

Irish Festival Seattle is organized by the Irish Heritage Club (IHC), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to promoting Irish cultural activities in Western Washington, such as performances of Irish music, Irish dancing, Irish language, Irish history, Gaelic games, and cultural exchanges with Seattle’s Sister City of Galway, Ireland. The IHC was founded in 1982, the first year Irish Festival Seattle was held at the Seattle Center, and annually, the festival is a highlight of Seattle’s Irish Week celebrations organized to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, continuing the tradition of bringing together the Seattle area’s finest performers and artists to provide a taste of what it means to be Irish.

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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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Irish Heritage Club
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Irish Festival Seattle is organized by the Irish Heritage Club (IHC), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to promoting Irish cultural activities in Western Washington, such as performances of Irish music, Irish dancing, Irish language, Irish history, Gaelic games, and cultural exchanges with Seattle’s Sister City of Galway, Ireland. The IHC was founded in 1982, the first year Irish Festival Seattle was held at the Seattle Center, and annually, the festival is a highlight of Seattle’s Irish Week celebrations organized to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, continuing the tradition of bringing together the Seattle area’s finest performers and artists to provide a taste of what it means to be Irish.

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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

View Event
Event
Organization
Location

This exhibition reunites Jacob Lawrence’s revolutionary 30-panel series Struggle . . . from the History of the American People (1954–56) for the first time since 1958.

One of the greatest narrative artists of the 20th century, Lawrence (1917–2000) is best known for The Migration Series (1940–41), exhibited at SAM from January 21 through April 23, 2017, which told the story of the mass exodus of African Americans from the rural south to the industrial North following World War II. Struggle is likewise a narrative work in series and engages key moments from the American Revolution and the early decades of the republic to address, as Lawrence put it, “the struggles of a people to create a nation and their attempt to build a democracy.”

To allow for physical distancing, capacity is limited and ticketing is timed. Everyone must get tickets online in advance to secure your preferred day and time; if limited capacity has been reached tickets will not be available.

The cost of admission to Collections and Installations is suggested. Suggested admission means visitors may choose to pay what they want. We hope you will consider paying the full suggested admission of $19.99 for adults to support the museum during this difficult time. If you choose to pay what you want, please contact SAM’s Customer Service Center in advance at 206.654.3210 from 10 am-5 pm Wednesday–Sunday.

For a contactless experience, print out your ticket at home or download to a smartphone.

The Seattle Art Museum acknowledges that we are located on the ancestral land of the Coast Salish people.

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