Current Exhibit

Illumination 
Bringing to light the works of artists with disabilities 

An exhibition from the Museum of Special Art 

SEP 30th - DEC 13th, 2019 

30 Works by 7 Artists 
Featuring David Baker, Winston Chien, 
Teresa D’Ambrosia, Matthew James, Kate Johnston, Dylan Kuehl, and Forrest Sargent.

ARTIST PRESENTATION & PERFORMANCE

by Dylan Kuehl (DK Arts)

Tuesday, Oct 15th, 12:30-3pm
Quiet Dining Room, 9208 - RSVP @ cputney@shoreline.edu
Everyone who attends gets a raffle ticket for chances to win DK Arts prizes! 

 ARTIST RECEPTION

Thursday, Dec 5th, 4-6 pm
Building 1000, Lobby
MOSA will be selling hand-made cards and gifts at the reception. Come support the work of these artists!

 

The Museum of Special Art - MOSA

MOSA presents artists with disabilities from across the Pacific Northwest as they unite together to bring their works out into the light in the Illumination Traveling Exhibition. Become enlightened and enjoy the radience and beauty of these unique, one of a kind pieces featured by these artists. Illumination is MOSA’s 2019 touring exhibit beginning in Kenmore and traveling to Cascadia College, Shoreline Community College and Seattle Central College. 

MOSA’s mission is to make art accessible to all individuals with disabilities by developing art exhibitions, art programs and educational opportunities that promote disability awareness and inclusion in our community. MOSA is a 501c3 non-profit.

For questions or tours contact Claire Putney: cputney@shoreline.edu