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February 7, 2000

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Arts in Culture 2000 presents Seattle Mime Theatre

   Arts in Culture continues Saturday, Feb. 12, with "AnimOtion" by the Seattle Mime Theatre. The performance, billed as a modern vaudevilian performance, begins at 7 p.m. in the Shorecrest Performing Arts Theater at 15343 25th Ave. NE. The performance reflects the best of slapstick comedy, dance, mime, and improvisational storytelling. Admission is $12 for adults, $10 for seniors and students, and $8 for children 12 and under. Tickets are available by phone by calling 542-1989, or in person at the Shoreline-LFP Arts Council office at N. 170th and Meridian Ave. N., Room 11.

'Exploration Northwest' returns to Expo

   The Don McCune Library will show the epic outdoor documentary TV series, Exploration Northwest, at the International Sportsmen's Exposition at the new Stadium Exposition Center, Feb. 9-13. The late McCune was the writer and narrator for Exploration Northwest. To view the show's videos, visit the Don McCune Library at Booth #812. For information, call (206)726-2650.

Artists are invited to submit slides

   Northwest artists are invited to send slides to a non-juried slide show at the Seattle Art Museum. Museum curators, art dealers, arts administrators, consultants, and the general public will be invited to attend the free showing in the downtown museum auditorium on Thursday, March 30. This is an opportunity for artists to see their work projected on a large screen, to have their work viewed by arts professionals, and to learn more about the arts community and the process of submitting slides for review. For details, call 206-654-3119. Slides from the first 150 artists will be shown. Send to Council Office, Seattle Art Museum, P.O. Box 22000, Seattle, WA 98122-9700.

Poetry Festival needs poems submitted

   Nationally-acclaimed poets will read their works at the Skagit River Poetry Festival to be held May 19 and 20 in La Conner. For further information on submitting your poetry, call 1-800-804-8406.