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Lunar New Year Family Celebration Presented by PNC Bank

Ring in the Year of the Rabbit with SAM’s annual Lunar New Year celebration presented by PNC Bank at the Seattle Asian Art Museum! Enjoy a live Lion Dance, drop-in art activities, and a storytime inspired by the holiday. RSVPs are encouraged, but not required.

11 am: Participate in a Year of the Rabbit community mural with artist Juliana Kang Robinson.

11:30 am: Mak Fai Kung Fu & Lion Dance Association will take the stage to perform a live Lion Dance.

12:30 pm: Listen in on a Lunar New Year story and make art with artist and author Julie Kim. This storytime is ideal for families with children ages 2–5.

Seattle Asian Art Museum


(206) 654-3100

This 1933 Art Deco building in lush Volunteer Park is SAM’s original home and the location of our extensive Asian art collection, making it one of the most beloved treasures in our creative, cultured, and curious city. The newly renovated and expanded Asian Art Museum breaks boundaries to offer a thematic, rather than geographic or chronological, exploration of art from the world’s largest continent. The restoration of the historic Art Deco building, improvements to critical systems, expanded gallery and education spaces, and a new park lobby that connects the museum to the surrounding Volunteer Park are just some of the ways the Asian Art Museum has been transformed and preserved as a cultural and community resource for future generations.

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