South Lake Union
Events Calendar

September 18 Events

September 18, 6:00 pm, Museum of History and Industry

Stella Artois Summer Like You're on Vacation Boat Party

Take an evening cruise around the lovely Sound with a Stella Artois in hand to celebrate the end of summer!

Ahoy Friends!

You have been selected as one of our premier Stella Artois customers to join Anheuser-Busch Sales of Washington on an exclusive Stella Artois Summer Like You’re on Vacation Boat Party. Come aboard and join us for an evening of beautiful views, live music, hors d’oeuvres; and of course, Stella Artois.

Additional Details:

Boat will embark 6:30 PM and return to disembark at 8:30 PM

Location: MOHAI – 860 Terry Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109

Limited parking so please consider taking a LYFT

September 10 - October 30, Winston Wachter


Winston Wächter Fine Art Seattle is pleased to announce our fifth solo exhibition with painter Tracy Rocca. The inspiration for this body of work comes from Rocca’s extensive travels through the Rocky Mountains with her family – specifically Yellowstone, Rocky Mountain National Park, Grand Tetons and Glacier. The compositions are all based on Rocca’s photographs and memories from these family adventures. From each photographic reference point, Rocca then strips away the instantly recognizable details of the landscape in an attempt to present the viewer with a small sense of what it might feel like to be at the foot of the Tetons, or to stand in awe in a deep glacial valley. Rocca’s ethereal, abstract paintings are carefully built up over time to achieve their characteristic luminosity and unique sense of depth. Her painting process is slow and methodical, using layers of oil and pigment to delicately build and blur the paint into soft transitions of color and glowing light. Her blurred images, which are rooted in landscape, seek to soften our attention and create a space where the mind can rest. Through her dreamy compositions, Rocca draws the viewer in to a meditative focus on nature.

Tracy Rocca’s work has been exhibited throughout the United States and is included in the United States Embassies Collection, the Microsoft Art Collection, the Ritz Carlton and the University of New Mexico Collection.

September 18, 6:30 pm, Museum of History and Industry

History Café: Black Women’s Legacy in Washington’s Workforce

Throughout our nation’s history, Black women have faced significant disparities in wages and employment outcomes despite consistently having the highest levels of participation among all women in the workforce.

Join YWCA for a panel discussion about the experiences of underrepresented women of color in today’s workplace—and how Washington can take the lead in creating a new, truly inclusive vision.

We’ll feature the stories of inspiring Black women who contributed to a stronger regional economy at a time when African American populations were denied the opportunity to participate freely and fully in the workforce.

Arrive early or stay after the panel to take part in a collaborative art installation!

For disability accommodations, please contact programs@mohai.orgtwo weeks prior to the event.

Location: MOHAI

Cost: Free

September 18, 11:00 am, Lake Union Park

SLU Wednesday Lunch Market

We’re thrilled to add a sister market every Wednesday at Lake Union Park located near MOHAI in South Lake Union starting June 5th showcasing the best street food, purveyors, and makers this summer!

Over 25 booths serving up curbside cuisine, sweet treats and delicious snacks from food trucks and seven pop-ups all with a great view.

DJ’s and lawn games are a great way to get out for lunch and relax this summer, so swing by for the best eats in town.

Take a break, grab lunch, and relax at South Lake Union’s own Lake Union Park by MOHAI!


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