EducationGuided Tour


Public Tours with MOCA Exhibitions Education Specialist Lauren Baccus
Third Friday of the Month from 11 a.m. – 12 p.m

These tours are conducted by our education exhibition specialist and textile artist, Lauren Baccus. Through her practice and ongoing research in material culture at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Baccus brings an object driven approach to learning and relation.

Friday, September 16, 11 a.m.

Friday, November 18, 11 a.m.

Friday, December 16, 11 a.m

Ambassadors-Led Tours

MOCA Ambassadors are volunteer tour guides who support thoughtful engagement with the art and exhibitions. Open to adults over 18 years, the Ambassador Program is committed to knowledge building that is diverse, multigenerational and community oriented. Prior art or teaching experience is not required! Join us for a virtual info session on: Saturday, October 1st at 11am

MOCA Ambassadors begin with an initial training session and are expected to participate in additional monthly development sessions in contemporary art, museum education, methodology, and history of the museum. A minimum commitment of two 3.5-hour weekend shifts per month is also required.

Ambassador Orientation sessions:
Virtual: First Wednesday of the month

In person: First Saturday of the month

Registration link:

Register Here 


Virtual Tours

Welcome MOCA North Miami directly into your classroom with virtual tours of the exhibition Didier William: Nou Kite Tout Sa Dèyè and Leah Gordon’s Kanaval). Tour dates and times are available upon request. Tours last an average of 30-45 minutes and can include grade-appropriate worksheets or lesson plans.

Schools and organizations can also request guided tours and workshops (fees may apply). To learn more, contact our Curator of Education Amanda Covach at or visit our website

All tours are free with admission.

MOCA tour request form

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