Museum of Museums Day Pass
Thursday, May 6th, refer to ticket for entry time
Welcome to Museum of Museums, Seattle's new contemporary art center on First Hill. We're excited to welcome guests back for COVID-approved visits. Please select the ticket with your prefered entry time, and note that entry is only valid for the time listed! Kids under 10 years get in free.
- Time slots are valid for entry up to 15 minutes after scheduled time. If you miss your time you may have to wait until the next available time slot.
- Arrive at the main entrance at 900 Boylston ave to check in.
- All guests ages 2 and up are required to wear a face mask and practice social distancing. Keep at least six feet from others. We will be monitoring room occupancy to ensure physical distancing.
- Last tickets available are 1 hour before closing, and no on-site ticketing will be available.
- Coat and bag check is temporarily closed.
Energy Drink is an immersive installation that heightens the emotional potential of interior spaces. The surreal feeling of familiarity in a place you’ve never been. The discomfort of sitting in a dystopian present. The pleasure of light that warps the world at its edges. Whatever your level, Energy Drink is here for the highs and lows.
A collaboration between digital artist Neon Saltwater and abstract painter Brian Sanchez, Energy Drink creates a found and fabricated environment that transforms the mundane into a contemplative experience through color, interior design, lighting, and the elusive euphoria of vacant and transitory spaces. Neon Saltwater’s uncanny interiors become a life-size fantasy set, a minimalist stage for Brian Sanchez’s paintings and sculptures. The rich paintings use an emotive palette that responds to the lighting design and activates the pervasive loneliness buzzing between the roomscapes. Energy Drink makes abstraction tangible.
Goodwitch / Badwitch: A group exhibition curated by The Hoodwitch and Greg Lundgren that explores the intersection of contemporary art, ritual and witchcraft/Brujeria. Through the work of over 40 artists and witches, the exhibit aims to help drive a more modern understanding of what witchcraft, magic and technology is.
Featuring works by Kari-Lise Alexander, Andrea Alonge, Michelle Anderst, Leah Aripotch, Nola Avienne, Debra Baxter, Jana Brevick, Rebecca Chaperon, Brittany Nicole Cox, Casey Curan, Monica Dimas, Leiv Fagereng, Janet Galore, Leah Gerrard, Mandy Greer, Cable Griffith, Myriam Gurba, Daniel Harm, Grant Hottle, Britta Johnson, Kirk Lang, The Living Altar, Amanda Manitach, May Dirt, Jennifer McNeely, Carlos Melgoza, Veronica Mortellaro, Adam One, Birthe Piontek, Rachel Ravitch, Jess Rees, Morgan Rosskopf, Lori Talcott, Anna Telcs, Meghan Trainor, Casey Weldon, Timothy Whiteeagle, and Ilana Zweschi.