"CHANGING THE LIVES OF ARTISTS WITH DISABILITIES"
Buddy by John Bramblitt
MOSA CANVAS Exhibition
September 15th to November 1, 2023
Kenmore City Hall - 18120 68th Ave NE, Kenmore, WA 98028
Open Daily 9AM - 5PM
Opening Reception October 13, 2023, 6-8:30PM
Through the eyes of visually impaired artists, emerges a vibrant collection of visionary artwork on canvas and paper. These expressive works display the intimate connection these artists have with their physical materials and reflect the brilliance of the intersensory abilities of the blind artist during the creation process.Through the eyes of visually impaired artists, emerges a vibrant collection of visionary artwork on canvas and paper. These expressive works display the intimate connection these artists have with their physical materials and reflect the brilliance of the intersensory abilities of the blind artist during the creation process.
Join MOSA for the opening reception in celebration of National Blindness Awareness Month!
Walk in Autumn by Stella DeGenova
This exhibition shines a light on the exceptional talents of artists from across the US, and will feature the work of:
Stella De Genova
Fred San Guiliano
Covid-19 Updates: MOSA's is operating limited virtual arts programming.
MOSA continues to serve our community with virtual programming, offsite exhibitions, and innovative programming that provides disability awareness, inclusion, and equitable access in the arts for individuals with disabilities. As MOSA, slowly transitions out the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic, our customers will see a new disability museum emerge that provides dynamic community engagement opportunities in the visual arts.
MOSA - A Commitment to Excellence!
TOGETHER WE CAN BUILD MOSA!
Museum of Special Art (MOSA a 501c3 Nonprofit)
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, 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.
The vision of MOSA is 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.
Celebration of Who by Charles Blackwell
Come Sit with Me by Fred San Guiliano