Jazz at MOCA × Conjunto Progreso

Friday, September 30th, 8pm | Free! Rain or Shine!!

  Friday, September 30th, 8pm|Free! Rain or Shine!! Ever since its inception, the traditional Cuban Son ensemble Conjunto Progreso has taken audiences back in time to the nostalgic era of early Cuban popular music. Led by Johnny Aguiló, son of Cuban trumpet legend and band leader Rolando “El Ruso” Aguiló »

Jazz at MOCA × The Glyn Dryhurst Dixieland Jazz Band

Friday, August 26th, 8pm | Free! Rain or Shine!!

Friday, August 26th, 8pm  |  Free! Rain or Shine!! Dixieland is the name given to the style of jazz performed by early New Orleans jazz musicians. The name is a reference to the “Old South,” specifically anything south of the Mason-Dixon line. Dixieland, which was developed in New Orleans, is »

Erotic City: The legacy of Prince and…

...the social dream of brown and black queer worldmaking
Sunday, 08.14.16 | 2pm

Erotic City: The legacy of Prince and the social dream of brown and black queer worldmaking Keynote Address by Professor Tavia Nyong’o, New York University Dept. of Performance Studies   Closing program and reception for Intersectionality exhibit Sunday, 08.14.16 | 2pm Musical Tribute to Prince by DJ T Lyfe   In partnership »

Contemporary Dialogues

Thursday, 08.11.16 | 6–8pm | Censorship in South Florida and Beyond

      Thursday, 08.11.16 | 6–8pm $15 Non-members $10 for MOCA members & NoMi residents Free for exhibition artists Powered by Eventbrite   Censorship in South Florida and Beyond Lecture and discussion with Richard Haden, Intersectionality curator and moderator; Edwin King, artist; Wendy Salkin, Ph.D. Candidate, Philosophy, Harvard University   About »

MOCA Contemporary Dialogues

Tuesday, 08.02.16 | 12–2pm | Panel discussion and roundtable lunch

Mapping Miami’s Margins: Visualizing Intersectional Futures   A panel discussion and roundtable lunch exploring issues on feminism in contemporary art. $15 Non-members $10 for MOCA members & NoMi residents Tuesday, 08.02.16 | 12–2pm Powered by Eventbrite Moderator: Donette Francis, Chair, Department of American Studies, University of Miami Donette Francis directs the American Studies »

MOCA Workshop: Worry Dolls

Friday, July 29, 2016 | 6–8pm

Friday, 07.29.16 | 6–8pm MOCA Workshop Hands-on workshop featuring Intersectionality exhibition artist Alex Trimino creating worry dolls. $20 for non-members $15 for MOCA members & NoMi residents (includes admission, materials fee, cocktails and refreshments)   Worry dolls are small, they fit in the palm of your hand and they are »

Jazz at MOCA × Rose Max and Ramatis

Friday, July 29th, 8pm | Free! Rain or Shine!!

Friday, July 29th, 8pm  |  Free! Rain or Shine!! Born in Rio de Janeiro, capital of bossa nova, Rose is the great-grand daughter of the conductor Cupertino de Menezes and granddaughter of the guitar player Manuel de Menezes, both legends of early Brazilian music. Rose moved to the United States »

MOCA Performance

STORYPALOOZA!: “WHEN IDENTITIES COLLIDE.” Saturday, July 23 | 6–9pm

Saturday, July 23, 2016 | 6–9pm Lip Service, Miami Book Fair’s premier showcase for true stories, out loud, and Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) present: Storypalooza!: “When Identities Collide.”  What do a Latina woman, a conservative Jew, and a gay Catholic have in common? Their life experiences have been shaped »

Jazz at MOCA × Lanzallamas Monofonica

Friday, June 24th, 8pm | Free! Rain or Shine!!

Friday, June 24th, 8pm  |  Free! Rain or Shine!! LANZALLAMAS MONOFONICA is an ensemble charged with melodic fire and global rhythmical chemistry. Deep, powerful lyrics with a message of unity and love and a wide array of nationalities and musical languages form the group’s alchemy. The result is a true expression »