5 Seattle-area arts events to look forward to in 2020

Liz Brown, senior objects conservator, smoothes seams and applies dog tags to gaps as “Some / One” by Do Ho Suh (CQ no hyphen) nears completion in the new 2,650-square-foot gallery at the Seattle Asian Art Museum in Volunteer Park.  The sculpture by the contemporary South Korean artist contains tens of thousands, number unknown, of stainless steel military-style dog tags and measures more than 24-feet at the base.  It’s the gift of Barney A. Ebsworth.   The expanded SAAM has a grand re-opening on Feb. 8 and 9.  Tickets will be free but timed for entrance. 

 (Liz Brown, Senior Objects Conservator at SAM)

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From the reopening of the Seattle Asian Art Museum to the Pulitzer Prize-winning play "Sweat," here are five arts events to put on your calendar in 2020.

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