The museum creates exhibits with a focus on the Asian Pacific American Experience, from the struggles of early Asian pioneers to works by national Asian Pacific American artists. The museum's 60,000 square foot facilities offer three floors with contemporary galleries showcasing temporary and permanent exhibitions as well as preserved historic spaces accessible through daily guided tours. The museum also offers guided neighborhood tours of local history and sculpture.
An interactive installation invites immersion in stories of place and spirit
Honors Bruce Lee's Seattle roots
Stories capturing the joys and predicaments of Sikh American life
Artists guard cultural memory by giving it an active place in their contemporary practice