Museum of Contemporary Art’s Music at MOCA series will welcome Florida Grand Opera Young Artists who will perform and discuss the musicality of each piece and its significance.
MOCA works closely with mentally and physically challenged children, teens and adults through partnerships with Jewish Community Services (JCS) of North Miami, and Miami-Dade County Public Schools Exceptional Student Education (ESE) program. HeART to HeART is a unique, year-round program consisting of 90-minute workshops that include a tour of MOCA »
Art Corps is MOCA’s new outreach program serving teens and young adult males by exposing them to Contemporary Art and using self-expression as a tool for better communication and empowerment. Modeled after MOCA’s successful Women on the Rise! program, MOCA Art Corps meets the needs of underserved males by engaging »
Women on the Rise! is a unique gender-specific outreach program that presents the work of contemporary women artists such as Ana Mendieta and Carrie Mae Weems to teenage girls ages 12-18 who are served by social justice organizations such as Urgent, Inc. and Thelma Gibson Health Initiative, among others. MOCA »
Custom Designed Museum Art Programs are available for your school or organization. MOCA art instructors travel to locations through the community to teach children about modern and contemporary artists and engage them in hands-on art projects. Customized curriculums for all ages and skill levels, from toddler through high school, can »
Rita Ackermann Knight Exhibition Series March 15 – May 6, 2012 This survey exhibition of the Hungarian-born, New York-based artist examines Ackermann’s work throughout her career and the changes that occurred through her immersion into Western culture. Among the exhibition’s 48 works are several never-before-seen paintings, drawings, collages from 1993 »
Comprised of Lizzi Bougatsos, Brian Degraw, Josh Diamond and Jesse Lee, Gang Gang Dance originated from the same experimental Brooklyn scene as Animal Collective and Black Dice. The band’s mixed media work was included in the 2008 Whitney Biennial. Click here to watch their music video “Chinese High”