THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT Beyond its well-known technical applications, Artificial Intelligence (AI) can also enable human creativity & self-expression. In this online workshop, AI Artist Lia Coleman will guide participants through self-reflective writing prompts and AI artmaking. Learn how AI models...
In the 1950s, the US government targeted many activists, organizers and intellectuals in the name of fighting communism. One target of investigation was Carlos Bulosan, the Seattle-based Filipino American writer and labor organizer. Drawing from his new book, Menace to Empire: Anticolonial...
MOHAI celebrates the 80th birthday of Seattle rock legend Jimi Hendrix with a spectacular weekend-long event. Join us for an array of exciting activities highlighting the artist’s life and career.
Book-based conversations and lectures on a wide range of topics by local authors.
During this historic moment, we invite you to connect with MOHAI in a new digital way. Find fun and unique ways to explore history at home with your friends and family.
From products and services, to music and aeronautics, to medicine and social well-being, the ideas cultivated here have a global impact.
This isn’t your everyday museum podcast—it’s completely teen-researched, written, and produced!
Join a monthly conversation uncovering unique Seattle stories relevant to a changing community.
Help support Puget Sound’s young people. Each fall, History Makers celebrates MOHAI’s accomplishments of that year, while raising support for upcoming education and programming activities.
MOHAI Youth Advisors (MYA) is a place for high school students to investigate, explore, and be empowered to create a more teen-friendly museum.
SEATTLE DRAG RACING ICON Al Young’s Dodge Challenger is a piece of Northwest automotive racing history. It was built-out in local shops and driven to historic accomplishments.
In this annual lecture series, curators and special guests share new perspectives on MOHAI’s artifacts, exhibits and stories. Hear from familiar and fresh voices as they reveal the compelling narratives and diverse experiences that are embedded in MOHAI’s distinctive and extraordinary historical...
Learn about some of the most influential topics in Seattle and Puget Sound history.
Discuss topics with peers about the greatest issues facing Seattle, King County, Puget Sound, and Washington State.
Leonard Garfield, the Museum of History & Industry’s beloved Executive Director, is celebrating twenty years at MOHAI in April 2019. To honor his contributions to MOHAI and our community, the MOHAI Board of Trustees has established the Leonard Garfield Legacy Endowment. This...
Tinker, experiment, and create alongside some of Seattle’s most innovative makers.
Kids ages 3–10 use Exploration and Innovation Packs to go on a journey through MOHAI and investigate history in fun new ways.
What defines Seattle’s style? Unveil local trends and fashion during lectures and viewings.
Explore examples of innovations throughout history, build skills for innovation, and let your imagination soar with activities for the young and young at heart that rotate bi-monthly. At the museum, sit down at the Idea Lab any time for a self-guided, hands-on...
Community Outreach Admissions is designed to make it easier for historically excluded communities to access MOHAI exhibits.
The Curator’s Fellowship invites community and academic historians to bring a new perspective to MOHAI’s extensive collections, and share their findings at MOHAI’s annual Curator’s Lecture.
Every year, MOHAI celebrates individuals and organizations that have impacted our city, our nation, or our collective quality of life, through their innovative ways of thinking and creating positive change in our community.
Every year, MOHAI recognizes and honors an educator who personifies excellence in education, in the classroom, in after-school programs, in community spaces, or in cultural organizations, who is making a positive impact on students or youth up to grade 12.
History Lab is a summer intensive for high school students entering grades 10-12 interested in local history and storytelling. Strengthen your historical research skills and explore creative ways to interpret and share history!
Enjoy a sip and the view from MOHAI’s Stack Family Terrace Thursday evenings in July and August. 4 pm – 8 pm!
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