Call us: 773 213 1869

Welcome to Hamoc

The Haitian American Museum of Chicago

Dr. Courtney Pierre Joseph’s

Haitian Oral Histories Collection


(lpf & a2j)

Our mission is to promote and preserve Haitian art, culture, history and community in Chicago and beyond.


4410 N Clark Street

Chicago IL 606540

Hours of operation

Sunday: 12pm – 4pm

Wednesday – Saturday: 12pm – 6pm

Closed Monday and Tuesday

Phone & email

773-213-1869 |


In Person Exhibition: Koute Koun'thor: The Rhythm of Vodou

An Exhibition from the Waterloo Center for the Arts


On display at HAMOC

 10/1/23 – 12/31/23

Virtual Exhibition: LUMINEN

An exhibition by AXYV


On display on HAMOC’s Virtual Exhibition Space

Upcoming events

Multiple Dates


Know Your Rights Presentations and Legal Immigration Referrals 


3pm to 4pm

King Library – November 4

Bezazian Library – November 18


HAMOC is one of eleven agencies in Chicago that can refer individuals to the National Immigrant Justice Center (NIJC) for legal immigration services. Attend this workshop to learn about YOUR RIGHTS in Chicago. We will also be doing referrals for:

– Removal (deportation) proceedings
– Adjustment of Status
– Protection based immigration (U Visa, T Visa, VAWA, Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, Defensive Asylum)
– Naturalization/Citizenship
– Renewal of Green Cards
– Temporary Protected Status