I visited the Seattle Art Museum with my grown son. I was surprised at how the museum exhibits prompted discussion about art, its place in people's lives, and the role of the artist in society. We especially liked the exhibit of native Australian Aboriginal art - it had a simplicity and sophistication that required time to absorb. Even the exhibits that we weren't particularly fond of generated good discussions. I also liked the film exhibits. The images I saw have remained with me long after I visited. It is well worth a visit. And the gift shop has some unusual and quirky items for sale.
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