Check Out The Seaport Museum’s Intimate Exhibition Opening This Weekend

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If you like open bars and supporting endangered museums, the South Street Seaport is the place to be on Saturday. The Seaport Museum is hosting a small show (that includes an Occupy Wall Street exhibition) that will feature a rollicking rock set by Amanda Palmer, a member of Boston-based “Brechtian punk cabaret” duo The Dresden Dolls. The Museum of the City of New York recently took over the three-story art space, which was founded in 1967, and was given a short amount of time to reverse its fortunes by Mayor Michael Bloomberg. $55 tickets are going fast.

[Source: Gothamist]

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