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Auktion 2.0

A Virtual Benefit for the National Nordic Museum

May 30, 2020 - Jun 06, 2020

Staying connected and raising funds for the Museum are more vital than ever, and you can do both with our first-ever online auction: Auktion 2.0: A Virtual Benefit for the National Nordic Museum.

From May 30 through June 6, 2020, you can bid on fantastic auction packages—right from the comfort of your own home. Whether you’re picking our a Nordic-inspired specialty for yourself, or pooling with our group of friends for that once-in-a-lifetime experience, there’s something for everybody and every budget. All of the experience packages can be safely enjoyed once social distancing is behind us, and the fine art, designer goods, and fun, themed baskets can be enjoyed right away and for years to come.
 

Preview all lots and review the instructions here: https://auktion20.ggo.bid/bidding/package-browse

To donate an item to our annual or virtual auction, please contact Development Events Coordinator Anna Craddock at annac@nordicmuseum.org or 206.789.5707 x7032.

 

 

Our annual Northern Lights Auktion has been rescheduled for October 17, 2020, and that places significant financial strain on the Museum. The Auktion is the Museum's biggest fundraiser of the year—we rely on those funds each spring to ensure we can provide world-class exhibitions and thoughtful programming to over 88,000 visitors all year long. Your winning bids at our Auktion 2.0 directly support our mission, programming, exhibitions, and operations. Please join us for the auction and help us raise much-needed funding to help the Nordic get through this unprecedented time.

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Thank you to our past Northern Lights Auktion sponsors

The National Nordic Museum shares Nordic culture with people of all ages and backgrounds by exhibiting art and objects, preserving collections, providing educational and cultural experiences, and serving as a community gathering place.