Programs + Education
MoPOP seeks to inspire all of our audiences by providing unique and engaging resources and experiences.
MoPOP offers a multitude of community and educational programs for audiences of all ages and pop culture interests. From the region’s premier youth band competition and the acclaimed Science Fiction + Fantasy Short Film Festival, to arts camps, mentorship programs, teacher development, and Seattle Mini Maker Faire which brings together our vibrant community of innovators—MoPOP is a place for discovery, inspiration, and learning.
FEATURED PROGRAMS + EVENTS
Black History Month
On February 18, experience an evening of captivating dance routines by Northwest Tap Connection featuring the creative vision of choreographer Shakiah Danielson, as part of MoPOP's Black History Month celebrating the many successes and advancements of African Americans. A discussion on the healing power of dance will follow the performance. more
Sound Off! supports the all-ages scene by giving artists an opportunity to showcase original music, launch their music careers, and connect with the larger artistic community. Now in its 16th year, Sound Off! has paved the way for amazing bands and artists including The Lonely Forest, Dyme Def, Sol, Kithkin, Tomten, and Brite Futures. more
MoPOP’s Community Access program enables individuals experiencing financial, physical, or social barriers to visit the museum. The museum serves regional residents by opening its doors to all who might benefit from MoPOP’s rich educational and cultural resources. more
Teen Artist Workshops and Creativity Camps for Kids provide hands-on, expert-led instruction with summer camps including songwriting, sound design for video games, creative writing, science of sound, and more. Registration open now. more
Online or on-site, MoPOP provides teachers with the resources they need. The museum offers a variety of resources for educators including lesson plans, gallery guides, workshops at the museum and in schools, and Professional Development Day. more