Teen Programs 2017-2018

FREE  After-School Classes for students ages 13 to 17. Classes run from October 9, 2017– May 25, 2018 and are everyday from 3:30 PM – 5:30 PM. From studio classes to social events, MOCA offers an exciting roster of programs that engage young people ages 13 -17 in the vibrant »

MOCA WORKSHOPS × Matryoshka (or the Treasures Within)

Saturday, April 08, 2017 | 2:00–4:00 pm

MOCA WORKSHOPS MATRYOSHKA (OR THE TREASURES WITHIN) Saturday, April 08, 2017 | 2:00–4:00 pm Artist-led hands on workshop featuring traditional Russian folk art nesting dolls. Open to children ages 6-12, and adults. Admission: $10 per person; $5 to MOCA members and North Miami residents. Materials fee included in admission.   »

Summer Camp Showcase

Friday, August 19, 2016 | 2:00 - 5:30pm

The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), North Miami cordially invites you to attend the Creative Arts and Dynamic Design Summer Camp Showcase Featuring works by our talented students Friday, August 19, 2016 2:00 – 5:30pm MOCA Pavilion 770 NE 125th Street North Miami, FL Refreshments will be served

MOCA Family Day

May 15 | 12–4pm

  Free museum admission.  Free parking.  Free workshops with internationally acclaimed artists.  Free coffee and treats sponsored by Alaska Coffee Roasting Company, North Miami. Meet the Designers featured at MOCA Gift + Book Shop. Special promotions and giveaways! Food trucks.   Creative Caribbean activities for the entire family! Spend the »

Creative Arts 4 KIDS (2015-2016)

May 7 | David Chatt: Creating Images with Beads

Creative Arts 4 KIDS  (2015-2016) First Saturday of every month 2-4 pm Kids ages 6-12 are invited to tour MOCA exhibitions and learn about the elements of art by painting, drawing and sculpting in the style of renowned artists. Parents and caregivers are encouraged to stay and create with their »

Place: Imagined Places and (De)Territorialized Identities in Postcolonial Black Arts

April 16| 2pm | Instructor: Samba Camara

Instructor: Samba Camara of FIU Samba Camara is Adjunct Professor of African Art and Literatures and Wolof Language at Florida International University. He is a PhD candidate at Ohio University’s School of Interdisciplinary Arts and is completing a doctoral dissertation on postcolonial nationhood focusing on Islamic poetry, popular music, and the negotiation of »

Street Artists

April 9 | 2pm | Instructor: Alessandro Abate

Instructor: Alessandro Abate, photographer Photography seems to be in Alessandro Abate’s blood. Sandro’s father had a photo studio in Venezuela when he was growing up and many of his earliest memories are of developing film in the darkroom and learning his way around a camera. Sandro has been in love with »

Time: The Past is More Infinite Than the Future – Collapsing the linear

Mar. 12 | 2pm | Instructors: william cordova and Onajide Shabaka

  Instructor: william cordova, artist william cordova is an interdisciplinary cultural practitioner born in Lima, Peru and living in Miami/New York City. Cordova’s work addresses the metaphysics of space and time and how objects change and perception changes when we move around in space. Cordova received a BFA from the School of »

Handiwork, The Place of Craft in Art Today

April 2 | 2pm | Instructor: Martin Tsang & Alexander Fernández

Instructors: Martin Tsang PhD Martin Tsang is a cultural and historical anthropologist with a focus on Chinese people in Cuba and Afro-Caribbean religiosity. His doctoral research investigated Chinese influence in Afro-Cuban religion. Martin is also a Lukumí priest and creates Lukumí bead work. In 2012, Alexander Fernández and Martin curated an »