For years, our high profile graduate program has been at the forefront of digital media and creative engagement -- thanks to a community of professionals and thought leaders that serve as our students, advisors and faculty. |
In 2013, we paired our Master of Communication in Digital Media (MCDM) with the new Master of Communication in Communities & Networks (MCCN). Together, they represent "Communication Leadership" -- engagement through the creation of compelling content, inspiring the communities and networks necessary to lead during this historic time of chaos and change.
Our students' remarkable work is at the heart of this movement. It's fitting that we celebrate their achievements and our new Communication Leadership program at the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) in South Lake Union.
Won't you join us June 14th for wine, hors d'oeuvres and some mind blowing networking?
IMPORTANT PARKING INFORMATION:
Please note that parking at MOHAI is extremely difficult. If you're a Seattle native, you've heard of the "Mercer Mess", MOHAI is currently in the middle of this mess. THERE ISN'T A PARKING LOT AT MOHAI. We recommend that you either park in one of the public lots in South Lake Union and take the Street Car OR park in the Joey's parking lot off of Eastlake. There is also a lot on Westlake Ave North that fills up fast. The Museum is blocks away from South Lake Union, your best bet may be to walk a couple of blocks to avoid the Mercer Mess.
Directions to MOHAI
Take I-5 South
Take exit 167 for Mercer St toward Seattle Center
Turn right onto Fairview Ave
Turn left onto Valley St
Take next right into driveway and follow directions at gate for access to lot (Partial roadway restriction)
Follow 4th Avenue north
Take a right at Virginia Street
Take left at Westlake Avenue N.
Follow 0.8 miles and take a right at Mercer St
Take a left at Fairview Avenue and then an immediate left onto Valley St
Take next right into driveway and follow directions at gate for access to lot.
Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) - Lake Union Park
860 Terry Ave N
Seattle, WA 98195
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|