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Upcoming Event

My Dinner with SAM

May 2 2024

Olympic Sculpture Park

PACCAR Pavilion

6:30 PM – 10 PM

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Celebrate the art of food at intimate chef dinners inspired by SAM’s three unique sites. Dine in artful and inspiring settings while enjoying a dynamic evening with culinary artists, local brewers, wineries, producers and more.

These unique dinners are designed to spotlight our extraordinary guest chefs, along with partnering food and beverage purveyors. Each dinner kicks-off with drinks and appetizers, allowing guests time to mix and mingle with the makers of the night. A multi-course, family-style dinner follows, hosted by a featured chef who will guide guests through a thoughtfully curated menu.

Space is extremely limited—purchase your tickets today!

Dinner Dates and Venues

Thursday, February 15
6:30 pm | Seattle Asian Art Museum
Guest Chef: Aaron Verzosa, Archipelago

Wednesday, March 13
6:30 pm | Seattle Art Museum
Guest Chef: Ethan Stowell

Thursday, May 2
6:30 pm | Olympic Sculpture Park
Guest Chef: To be announced soon!

My Dinner with SAM is a major fundraising event with all proceeds benefiting SAM’s education, community engagement, and exhibition programs.

Ticket Prices

Benefactor – $500 per person

  • One Benefactor dinner ticket
  • Recognition on one evening program
  • Complimentary parking if attending the March 13 or May 2 dinners
  • A surprise gift to take home after the dinner

Patron – $250 per person

  • One Patron dinner ticket

Dietary restrictions can be accommodated.

Please note that in the unlikely event a scheduled chef is unable to participate, another chef will take their place.

All sales are final. No refunds. All but $150 per dinner is tax-deductible. If you purchase a ticket, but are later unable to attend the event, please contact Emily Kelly at EmilyK@seattleartmuseum.org or 206.654.3217 to convert your ticket into a fully tax-deductible donation. You may also transfer your ticket to another person.


Seattle Art Museum respectfully acknowledges that we are on Indigenous land, the traditional territories of the Coast Salish people. We honor our ongoing connection to these communities past, present, and future.

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