Salmon in the Trees with Amy Gulick at the Burke Museum
Braided River joins Jon Rowley, Blueacre Seafood Restaurant and Steelhead Diner in presenting a sumptuous feast of oysters, wild salmon, Dungeness crab, spot prawns and more in celebration of award-winning photographer Amy Gulick's exhibit and book, Salmon in the Trees: Life in Alaska's Tongass Rain Forest.
6:30pm, Tuesday, November 16
Ticket includes entry to the Burke Museum Salmon in the Trees photography exhibit, a signed copy of the book, tax, gratuity and SE Alaska seafood feast by chefs Kevin Davis and Anthony Polizzi. Proceeds benefit Braided River, a non-profit 501(c)3 organization -- funding books, exhibits, and events to engage citizens and preserve the last remaining wild places in western North America.
"Amy Gulick's stunning photography of the Tongass is palpable. Her images of trees, salmon, bears, eagles, and ravens show us what it means to be in this life together." -- Carl Safina, Blue Ocean Institute
"Amy Gulick's photos capture the power, mystery, miracle, magic and fragility of the astonishing connection of salmon with trees and trees with salmon. Anyone who appreciates the iconic taste of wild salmon should see this show and get the book. It is so strong and beautiful, I had to brush a tear when I first saw it." -- Jon Rowley
Burke Museum of Natural History & Culture
UW Campus at 17th Ave. NE & NE 45th St.
Seattle, WA 98195
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