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Museum of Northwest Art, La Conner

(4/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
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  • When we were there the museum was featuring one artist. However, there are a few interesting pieces of Tlingit art and other Northwest Indian crafts.  more »
  • Spent a good 30 minutes here looking at the current exhibit which was nice. Admission to the museum is free but donations are accepted. The gift shop has some lovely items. Definitely worth a visit.  more »
  • There were not alot of exhibits, but the ones that were there were very diverse. We had paintings, glass and northwest tribal art... Definitely worth a visit.  more »
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  • Well first of all I love museums, second of all I love free things. This being both earns it 4 stars, the fifth star is because it's actually pretty good.
  • I've only visited once, but plan to return. The exhibit I saw was brilliant. A photographer interviewed artists. Snippets of those interviews were placarded next to photos of the artists taken by the photographer. Each of the artists were asked to submit a couple works. So, you look at the photos, read the interview snippets, look at the art, then go back and connect artist with work, knowing a bit more about their character, both from their words and their faces. Well done! I'm guessing future exhibits will be just as fascinating.
  • My kids really loved our visit there. They can't wait to go back.
  • A building full of surprises.
  • Very interesting.
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