Uptown Speaks is a series of community-driven small group conversations based on issues impacting Uptown community. This program meets the third Thursday of every month from 5:30pm-7:00pm right in the museum. This event is sponsored by Illinois Humanities and refreshments will be provided.
Kompa Soiree Celebration
Kompa Soiree Celebration is a biannual event where people from all backgrounds are invited to join the museum in a Haitian celebration with music, cuisine, dance, and more.
"Rasin" which translates to "roots" in Kreyòl is a progam aimed to celebrate the success of resident Haitian artists at HAMOC.
The Spotlight Program is an initiative to bring local artists out into the public view by showcasing their work and what they have accomplished. HAMOC celebrates artists from around the world, but this project is one of the ways we celebrate the community in Chicago.
Movie Matinee is a program that focuses on education through film. Films are shown at the museum every other month on the last Saturday of the month from 3:00pm-5:00pm. We screen films that inform the public about Haitian history and culture as well as screen works by Haitian filmmakers to provide them with a supportive platform.