UDistrict Museum Without Walls
is developing an interdisciplinary project that will draw together the history and cultural life of Seattle's University District in a variety of formats, including temporary exhibitions, walking tours, physical markers, community events, and oral histories.

Our project Open To Question: Activism in Seattle's University District has now moved to the Allen Library's breezeway on the UW campus through Winter Quarter. To watch our oral history videos, go to our YouTube channel. We appreciate your interest in sharing your stories and images with us, and welcome your response.

Also under development are the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition Commemorative Trading Cards that will be distributed at events throughout this year's Centennial celebration.

We Want to Hear From You!

Click on the link at right to access the survey and email ideas to the UDMWW committee...or log into our blog
to see what's happening in the project, post your comments and ideas and see what others are saying.


OpenToQuestion Photo Exhibition now open . . .


Through December, 2010
Undergraduate Library, University of WA, Seattle

UDistrict Museum Without Walls is a project of the University District Arts & Heritage Committee, and is produced in cooperation with the Greater University Chamber of Commerce,
the City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, and the University District Rotary.

University District Chamber of Commerce Seattle Department of Neighborhoods UDistrict Rotary