The Geeky Hostess Covers EMP’s Icons of Science Fiction Exhibit


Tara the Geeky Hostess has been kind enough to give us all a glimpse into the Experience Music Project’s Icons of Science Fiction exhibit. Artifacts from Star Trek, The Terminator, an even Buffy the Vampire Slayer can be seen on display now. You can see the rest of the gallery here and buy tickets to see the exhibit yourself here.

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Win Tickets to EMP Museum’s Latest Exhibit from the Geeky Hostess!

The EMP museum in Seattle is opening their “Icons of Science Fiction” Exhibit this Friday, and the Geeky Hostess is holding a contest for free tickets! The exhibit will feature exhibits from Star Trek, The Matrix, The Terminator, and even Doctor Who! Here’s how to enter.

Any of the following counts as one entry–do as many as you like, but leave a separate comment for each so it counts! I will randomly pick a winner on Friday, June 1st and your name will appear on Will Call for the June 8th event.

Leave a comment letting me know which part of the exhibition you can’t wait to see!
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Want more chances to win? Enter the EMP Museum’s contest to win tickets to the party AND an overnight stay at Hotel Max! Or skip the chances and just purchase tickets to the event.

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Battlestar GalactiBash at Experience Music Project Seattle

Like all good things and the Superlative TV series before it, the Battlestar Galactica Exhibit is winding down at the Experience Music Project Museum in Seattle this on March 4, 2012. To commemorate the exhibit, the EMP museum is hosting Battlestar GalactiBash at Sky Church this Friday in conjunction with Geeks Who Drink and Geekgirlcon. Wear your Duty Blues and play a round of Pyramid with special guests including Tahmoh Penikett (Cpt. Karl ‘Helo’ Agathon), David Weddle (writer, producer), and Glenne Campbell (costume designer). Tickets can be purchased from Brown Paper Tickets.