For every campaign, I worked with the creative team to figure out how best to sell the show. I wrote the voiceovers for these videos, and any text that appears on the art cards.  In many cases—such as for Pop Quiz!—I helped design the concept.

(We had several other ideas for that one—including dressing a band of small children up as identical Andy Warhols and teaching them to play Velvet Underground songs.)

Disguise: Masks and Global African Art June 18-September 7 #SAMDisguise Enter a new mask-one for the 21st century: it's startling and joyful but also serious and menacing. It's what you might put on when experiences become difficult or curious, or you need to to confront what can't be explained.

We hit the streets to ask what you think about the art in Pop Departures! Come see the exhibition that everyone's talking about and journey through the last 50 years of American popular culture.

This winter SAM plans to brighten your season with new programs connecting art, the environment, and the winter season for all ages. On December 11, experience the sculpture park as you never have before-walk the path lit with the glow of hundreds of lights and luminarias.

Seattle Art Museum February 13--May 26, 2014 Learn More at: This exhibition, drawn entirely from the collection of the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid, offers a fresh assessment of the late period in Miró's work-a body of work that audiences in the United States have not had the opportunity to fully appreciate.

This spring, Seattle has the opportunity to see some of the most stunning works of American Indian art ever made. Marvel at nearly 2,000 years of amazing skill and invention. Linger over drawings, sculptures, baskets, beaded regalia, and masks. The immense variety of Indigenous Beauty reflects the diversity of American Indian cultures.

The SA Fund helps make SAM a vibrant cultural center for the region. ur contribution of any amount supports virtually every area of museum activity and is vital to SAM's mission of connecting art to life.

Modernism in the Pacific Northwest: The Mythic and the Mystical June 19--September 7, 2014 at Seattle Art Museum On our website: Meet the mystics-the four artists who, in the late 1930s and '40s, became known as the Northwest school of modern art.

Come to the Seattle Art Museum this fall to discover the mysteries of Peru, a land of startling beauty, in the rare and spectacular international exhibition Peru: Kingdoms of the Sun and the Moon! On view from October 17, 2013--January 5, 2014. Tickets are on sale now at