Join musicians, media-makers, performers, artists, scholars, and activists to make scenes and build community. Explore the role of women in creating Seattle’s historic jazz scene and learn how current artists are claiming space in a changing city.

The 8th annual (un)Conference is participant-driven and centered around issues of gender, race, class and sexuality. Activities include skill-sharing workshops, performances, children’s activities, and a tour of the special exhibit Seattle on the Spot: the Photographs of Al Smith.

Check in opens at 10 am and the first session begins at 10:30 am.

Presented in partnership with the Women Who Rock Community.

MOHAI is committed to accessibility for all visitors. Learn more about accessibility at MOHAI on the Plan a Visit page.

Pre-registration is full. Limited on-site registration is available during the Conference.

Cost: Registration required (includes museum admission)