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100 Years of Junior League of Seattle: Explore the Northwest Art Project

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Join MOHAI for a chance to learn more about the Junior League of Seattle and its 100-year history of volunteer service to the community. This exhibit will includes a stunning selection of art from the Northwest Art Project, founded in the 1960s and the longest lasting program of the Junior League of Seattle. In addition to highlights from the organization’s century of service, the exhibit on view at Seattle’s Museum of History & Industry from February 3-April 21, 2024 will include works by Seattle artists George Tsutakawa, Jacob Lawrence and Barbara Earl Thomas.

For more than 60 years, the Junior League of Seattle has brought visual art learning directly to classrooms across King County through traveling art exhibits, training for educators, and PTSA docents. Over 500 Junior League docents have been part of the project that has reached over 300,000 children in more than 600 schools in King County.

Learn more about the Junior League Seattle’s Northwest Art Project.

This exhibit was organized by MOHAI and the Junior League of Seattle.

Image: Jacob Lawrence, Windows, 1977. Courtesy of Junior League of Seattle.

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