"CHANGING THE LIVES OF ARTISTS WITH DISABILITIES"
MOSA's art exhibitions and art programs are currently suspended till further notice.
We will hopefully reopen our programs in May 2020.
Sunbirds by David Baker
The Museum of Special Art (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 radiance, beauty, and brilliance of these unique one of a kind pieces that will be featured in our local community. The Illumination Exhibition opens at Kenmore City Hall in Washington State and will travel for a year making additional stops at Shoreline Community College, and Cascadia College.
Coming Soon to Shoreline Community 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.
The vision of MOSA will be to engage artistically all members of our community of all
ages by providing inclusion opportunities in the area of disability arts to bring forth the
preservation, recognition, and appreciation of the artwork created by artists with disabilities.
MOSA - A Commitment to Excellence!
What began as a dream is now becoming a reality!
Museum of Special Art
(a 501c3 Nonprofit)
MOSA, Museum of Special Art is the first visual arts disability museum of its kind in the State of Washington. It will strive for a commitment to excellence with a foundation in continuous quality improvement.
TOGETHER WE CAN BUILD MOSA