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Paper LACE+LIGHT Workshop | Saturday, 04.02.16 | 4–6pm

  MOCA EMBODIED Paper LACE+LIGHT installation workshop with Marielle Plaisir $10 materials fee. Admission: $5; free for MOCA members & NoMi residents   View event photos here!  View our Program Schedule!Lace+Light WorkshopMOCA Contemporary Dialogues Powered by Eventbrite

Artist Reception

Thursday, March 31st | 7–9pm

    The exhibition by French-Guadeloupean artist Marielle Plaisir will include a carefully curated selection of drawings, portraits, paintings, tapestries and one video representative of the artist’s thematic narrative as well as an ethereal installation of Tyvek paper dresses suspended in mid air. “My work interrogates the concept of domination, which has »

Teen Art Force Showcase

March 25, 2016 |6–9pm

        ABOUT MOCA’S TEEN ART FORCE Events created by teens for teens offer enriching experiences that promote creative expression and exchange in a setting that is supportive, safe and fun. More information available on mocanomi.org Friends of Friends Showcase will be in the MOCA Pavillon.   💖 »

Jazz at MOCA × Timmy Thomas

Mar. 25 | 8pm

Friday, Mar 25th, 8pm  |  Free Rain or Shine!!!!   Timmy Thomas and the Overtown Soul Review A video posted by Samuel Michaelsson (@thesamplelesson) on Nov 29, 2015 at 11:41pm PST   Lightning Has Struck Twice. Soul legend Timmy Thomas, who serenaded the world in 1973 with his million-selling smash “Why »

Jazz at MOCA × Leesa Richards

Feb. 26 | 8pm

Friday, Feb 26th, 8pm  |  Free Rain or Shine!!!!   Singer-Songwriter Leesa Richards is a storyteller, a soulful voice offering a soundtrack to the narratives of life. Her sound taps into the deep roots of R&B, the poetry of jazz and folk and the energy of rock. Her debut solo »

Language: An Artist’s Perspective

Feb. 20 | 2pm | Instructor: Rosa Naday Garmendia

Using letters, words and Spanglish phrases to interpret and re-purpose meanings addressing contemporary issues   Instructor: Rosa Naday Garmendia, creative thinker and producer Rosa Naday Garmendia is a socially engaged artist whose art making process is fed by her interest in the human condition. For the last 15 years she has cultivated a diverse artistic practice using a »

Spirituality: A Discussion of the Sacred Arts of Afro-Cuban Lukumí Religion

Feb. 27 | 2pm | Instructor: Martin Tsang

  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 »

Identity Issues: Nationality and Ethnicity

Mar. 5 | 2pm | Instructor: Dr. Maya Boutaghou

  Instructor: Dr. Maya Boutaghou, Assistant Professor in Modern Languages & Women’s and Gender Studies Dr. Boutaghou is currently Assistant Professor in Modern Languages and Women’s and Gender Studies at Florida International University.  From 2008 to 2010 she was an Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of California, Los Angeles. »

Jan.7 – 23rd, 2016 | Thu–Sat 8pm Presented By The Basement Project  By Peter Sinn Nachtrieb “Sex to Change the Course of the World” — a grad student’s online personal ad lures a mysterious journalism student to his subterranean research lab under the pretense of an evening of  “no strings »