Museum of Special Art continues to be the very first visual arts disability museum in the United States - and we still need your help to GROW! Watch our Video to see our story!
Thanks to our supporters and a tremendous amount of teamwork and dedication, the Museum of Special Art (MOSA) has been thriving. After three years as a 501c3 nonprofit organization, MOSA is proud to have featured over 90 artists in a variety of exhibitions and shows as well as provided many art services and programs to these artists.
Please join our cause and donate now to help artists with disabilities and keep the MOSA Museum Alive for 2019!
Every single donation will help us continue to provide services and programs in the arts for individuals with disabilities, funding art materials, and 2019 exhibitions. Most importantly, it will help us raise the funds needed to relocate the MOSA museum to King County in 2019 due to the closure of our current location in Bothell Country Village.
Because of your donation and support for our new location in 2019, MOSA will be able to bring approximately 84 never before seen pieces of artwork created by artists with disabilities from across the United States to the Pacific Northwest for public viewing!
Please donate now to this great cause and support the MOSA museum and artists with disabilities.
The MOSA museum is very grateful to all of our supporters and for each donation, you can provide!
The MOSA Museum “Thanks you”!
Together we can build MOSA!
If you would like to make an offline cash or check donation please email us at email@example.com for more information.
About MOSA – Museum of Special Art
MOSA began as a dream through NW Special Artists, a vision of giving access to the arts to children and adults with disabilities. Without great support or mentorship, it is often very difficult for individuals with disabilities to have opportunities equal to those of nondisabled individuals for creating artwork, accessing careers in art, exhibiting their work, and selling their artwork. Many stunning artistic creations are never exhibited or displayed nor are these artists recognized for their achievements and talents. MOSA is changing that, every day.
We hope that you will join us! Please, contribute as you are able – your support will help extraordinary artists of all ages fulfill their dreams! www.museumofspecialart.org