Welcome to Hamoc

The Haitian American Museum of Chicago

Dr. Courtney Joseph

Oral Histories Collection

LPF NAVIGATOR PROGRAM

HAMOC Has Moved!

and we are OPEN!

The Haitian American Museum of Chicago (HAMOC)’s mission is to promote and preserve Haitian art, culture, history and community in Chicago and beyond

Founded in 2012, The Haitian American Museum of Chicago (HAMOC) is the realization of a dream by its co-founder, Elsie Hernandez, to create an institution that would hold programs and exhibits that will contribute to the rich multicultural tapestry that is Chicago. Since 2012 the museum has hosted a wide array of programs and exhibits showcasing Haiti’s rich culture and art as well as its complex history. We invite you to enjoy our changing exhibits, attend virtual and in-person programs, and safely visit to the museum.

Location

4410 N Clark Street

Chicago IL 606540

Hours of operation

Wednesday: 12pm – 6pm

Thursday: 12pm – 6pm

Friday: 12pm – 6pm

Saturday: 12pm – 6pm

Sunday: 12pm – 4pm

Phone & email

773-213-1869

info@hamoc.org

Exhibitions

In Person Exhibition: Tour De' Force 3D Art Exhibition

An exhibition by FreddieMicheleRenee

 

On display at HAMOC

 1/13/23 – 4/20/23

Upcoming events

Sunday

January 

 

1

 

Haitian Independence Day Celebration

PRIVATE EVENT | In-person at HAMOC

1pm – 3pm Central Time

Saturday

January 

 

7

 

POSTONED UNTIL 1/13/23 – SAME TIME

Exhibition Opening: Tour De’ Force 3D Art Exhibition by FreddieMicheleRenee

$8 Admission| In-person at HAMOC

5pm – 8pm Central Time