Shop World Arts + Cultures

The MOA Shop’s thoughtful selections reflect the Museum’s current exhibitions and permanent collections, where both local and international artisans are featured. Worldwide shipping or free in-store pickup is available. Proceeds from your purchase support acquisitions, publications and public programs.

Shop Hours: Tuesday - Sunday 11 am - 5 pm

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Shop a selection of art and gifts related to MOA’s current exhibitions and current events plus a unique selection of exclusive MOA merchandise.

Exhibition: A Future for memory

A Future For Memory, Art and Life After the Great East Japan Earthquake is on now until September 19, 2021.

On March 11, 2011, Japan was rocked by a massive earthquake that caused extensive damage to the Great Eastern region. The ensuing tsunami swallowed up coastal towns, and caused irrevocable damage to the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant.

 A Future for Memory addresses how we deal with memory when our physical surroundings are drastically altered. It focuses on the changing physical and psychological landscapes in the aftermath of 3.11 and shows that regional disasters have global relevance. Events such as 3.11 force us to rethink our ways of life in relation to nature. Even in the midst of disasters, people have the desire to create and to express themselves—as does nature.

View a selection of items in accompaniment with the show below:

MOA Shop Artist Profiles

The MOA Shop has highlighted selected artists from the Pacific Northwest Coast and across the globe since 1977 through a series of video interviews, live demonstrations and dedicated exhibits and displays. Select an  artists name from below, to learn about their inspiration, creative process and works available for purchase at the MOA Shop.

Morgan Asoyuf | Montana Cardinal | Kalsang Dawa | Edward Dumoi | Carrie Matilpi | Lou-Ann Neel | Meghann O’Brien | Rena Point Bolton | Rupert Scow | Lyle Wilson | Paul Windsor