Rotating Exhibits at Wing Luke Museum

Ronn Cunanan Meriales
Event Type Exhibits, Collections & Lectures
Starting Date July 24, 2024
Ending Date February 23, 2025
Location Wing Luke Museum
Neighborhood Chinatown-International District
CostIncluded with price of admission

Experience the visual enrichment of Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander history, culture, and art with Wing Luke’s rotating museum exhibits. Stop by today to check out these temporary exhibits before they’re gone or check out the permanent offerings. View more at Wing Luke.

Portraits of Places – open through Sept. 2024
Get lost in the work of YouthCAN students that explored the Chinatown-International District to create multi-media portraits of their favorite places and businesses in the neighborhood, using visual, photo, video, and written arts as storytelling.

Sound Check! The Music We Make – open through Oct. 6
Delve into the role music has played in Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander lives & communities.

New Years All Year Round – open through Jan. 2025
Bring the kids to explore this exhibit for young visitors about the many cultural celebrations from immigrant communities who settled in the Pacific Northwest.

Hello Auntie, Hello Uncle: Conversations with Our Elders – open through Feb. 23, 2025
Hear community stories about the lives, achievements, and wisdom of community elders and how communities can and do shape a more supportive world for growing older.