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Suggested narratives—some personal, others historical, some biblical—permeate the works in this exhibition. Implicit in many pieces are histories of Black lives and experiences in America. Instead of telling overt tales, the artists rely on our powers of association to communicate narrative possibilities.
Ongoing | Woodland Park Zoo
Explore the rugged terrain of the Northern Trail. Mimicking the habitat of Alaska’s tundra and taiga region, the Northern Trail features the animals that make this area their home including brown bears, Roosevelt elk, river otters, snowy owls, mountain goats, and Steller’s sea eagles. Northern Trail includes the Taiga Viewing Shelter, an indoor viewing area where you see river otters swim playfully underwater and bears hunt for trout. Also check out the Tundra Center, with its beautiful 70-foot long curving mural depicting the Alaskan tundra and video screening room.

Ready to get your hands wet? This is the exhibit for you. Life on the Edge is your chance to get up close and personal with the many fascinating creatures that dwell in the tide pools of Washington State’s outer coast and Puget Sound’s inland sea.
Step up, lean over and reach in – watch what happens when you gently stroke a sea cucumber. Test your fingertips against the prickly spines of a sea urchin and follow the scuttling steps of a hermit crab

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Now through 1/31/2021 | Frye Art Museum

Agnieszka Polska’s computer-generated media works draw on language, history, and scientific theory to illuminate issues of individual and social responsibility. Combining original poetic texts with digitally manipulated imagery, her hallucinatory videos attempt to describe the overwhelming ethical ambiguities of our time. In this exhibition, the artist presents two immersive, deeply affecting audiovisual essays that address the urgent global issue of climate change and the spectre of mass extinction.

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Nordic Journeys expands the Museum’s classic immigration story to include a broader understanding of Nordic life and culture as it has evolved over the last twelve thousand years.

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The Bezos Center for Innovation at Seattle’s Museum of History and Industry features 5000 square feet of exhibits which tell a story of science.
Bezos Center for Innovation showcases Seattle’s inventions, aims to inspire future entrepreneurs.

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Spirit of Flight is a juried exhibition that asks photographers to submit images they feel embody “the spirit of flight.” Selected by a jury of Museum staff and volunteers, the exhibition showcases a stunning selection of images curated from hundreds of photographs submitted by photographers from around the world. This year’s exhibition images will reflect upon the “Spirit of Flying Home.” Inspired by the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II, and the boundless emotions felt the world over by returning service members and families after the extended global conflict.

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The British Invasion exhibit covers both the cars and the culture that invaded America after WWII and through the 1960s. The exhibit also celebrates the culture of Great Britain in the 1960s with The Beatles, The Cavern Club and so much of what invaded America during this era. Iconic cars displayed in this exhibit include Jaguar, Mini, Austin-Healey and Lotus.

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Ongoing | Museum of Glass
Simply put, Seattle artist Cappy Thompson paints stories on glass. Gathering the Light celebrates the story of glass blowing on an epic scale. The piece, which measures 11 1/2-feet high by 15-feet wide, depicts an elaborate landscape of colourful vignettes from a mythical world of glassmakers. Trumpet blowing fish, an entourage of visitors, and a footbridge leading to the Temple of Muses.