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CNU 25.Seatttle will be one of the most immersives Congresses yet. The Congress will take place in mutliple unique venues in downtown Seattle, and programming will take attendees out into Seattle-region communities. Learn about the venues below.
Seattle Art Museum
SAM has been the center for world-class visual arts in the Pacific Northwest since 1933. Visit SAM to see a museum carved into the city, as much a part of Seattle's landscape and personality as the coffee, rain, mountains, Pike Place Market, and the Space Needle.
Our three distinct locations celebrate the region's position as a crossroads where east meets west, urban meets natural, local meets global. Our collections, installations, special exhibitions, and programs feature art from around the world and build bridges between cultures and centuries.
Benaroya Hall houses two performance halls in a complex that is thoroughly integrated into downtown Seattle. Occupying an entire city block at the very core of the city, the development celebrates the vital role of performance events while maintaining the continuity of commercial life along one avenue and providing a much-needed public space, in the form of a terraced garden, along another.
The Moore Theatre was built in 1907 and has become the oldest remaining theatre in Seattle, Washington. In 1974 the Moore Theatre was added onto the National Register of Historic Places.
The Moore Theatre Seattle had been known for its multiple uses of luxurious materials, unique architecture and, at that time, advanced technology. Over the century, the venue has undergone numerous changes to both its look and operation. The Moore Theatre schedule first featured various vaudeville acts and was later used as a rental house, and then a movie theater. Despite the fluctuations in function over the years, one thing which has remained constant throughout, is the Moore Theatre venue being an integral part of the Seattle arts community.