RICK ULYSSE Rick Ulysse, was born in Port Au Prince, Haiti in 1983 and grew up in Philadelphia where he attended Tyler School of Art. Newly relocated to Miami, he is especially interested in continuing his research for his latest series of drawings based on Toussaint Louverture and the Haitian Revolution. Imagination, »
Students in the Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami’s Creative Arts Summer Program created their first music video! Originally by Buckwheat Boyz, Peanut Butter Jelly Time got our students pumped for PBJ! Video created by Crystal Pearl Molinary and MOCA Creative Arts Summer Program Students
Art Talk / Ragnar Kjartansson Artist Ragnar Kjartansson will talk in-depth about his work, life experiences, and Scandinavian issues as part of MOCA’s Art Talk Series.
not showing up?Click here to watch the performance of Du Holde Kunst, 2012 by Ragnar Kjartansson
Culture After Disaster: Haiti After the Earthquake Panel Discussion This is the first in a series of discussions focusing on the impact of natural and man-made disasters on culture and the role artists play in the aftermath of abrupt ruptures with the past. Panelists will discuss what was lost culturally »
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”
The Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami hosted a three-day international symposium titled New Methods / Nuevos Métodos from May 4 – 6, 2011, examining the boom of independent artistic activity in Latin America. The symposium focused on artist-run organizations from throughout the region that have emerged from the need »