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Museum of Northwest Art, La Conner

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  • We visited the MoNA especially to view the Paul Havas retrospective show, and were pleasantly surprised with the quality of the museum space and how friendly the staff and docents were--they obviously...  more »
  • This museum specializes in, of course, Northwest art: Washington, Oregon, Alaska & Idaho. Just parts of their fine permanent collection is displayed at a time - it is supplemented by excellent tempora...  more »
  • This is a first class museum. There is no admittance fee, just a donation box. The exhibits change periodically and are always interesting. The staff is wonderful and tries to answer any question that...  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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