It's our 10th Anniversary! You are invited to come celebrate with NAAM. Come see our new exhibits, attend a special event, and learn more about the history of African Americans in the great Northwest. NAAM is open Wednesday through Sunday and Located right next to Jimi Hendrix Park in the heart of Seattle's Central District.
Everyday Black features contemporary portraits by photographers Jessica Rycheal and Zorn B. Taylor. This new exhibition showcases the work of two artists as they explore the intersections and identities that are held within blackness.
Seattle’s chapter of the Black Panther Party was one of the longest-running in the nation. Members saw their fair share of violence, but also support and solidarity – sometimes from unlikely allies. Come see the story at NAAM.
The Dr. Carver Gayton Youth Curator Program culminates in an exhibition produced by local high school youth. This year's Youth Curator exhibition explores photographs of Seattle taken by youth through the lens of the next generation of community leaders.
Move your body and reignite your energy in this high-aerobics fitness session. Designed to burn calories while having fun with fitness, MixxedFit is a great way to get in shape with music and body movement. NAAM is the place to get back in shape with MixxedFit.