MOCA Moving Images Presents: The Weavers

Saturday, Nov. 14 at 7pm

  The Weavers: Wasn’t That a Time! Saturday Nov. 14 at 7pm Watch the Trailer: “It’s Remarkable. One of the year’s 10 best!” **** January 1, 1982 | “Here is one of the most joyous musical documentaries in a long time, a celebration of the music and the singers that »

MOCA Contemporary Dialogues:

Oct. 17 at 7pm

Abstraction Across Cultures Oct. 17 | 7-9PM This dialogue between Adrienne Von Lates and Babacar M’Bow, explores abstraction in its manifestations across cultures, highlighting the movement from utopianism to universalism. Recomposing reality to create a new vital one that transcends the laws of illusion, abstraction has had a long tradition »

MOCA Family Day

Oct. 18 | 2 – 4pm

OCT. 18: IMPROV ART |  2pm-4pm Free admission! Free parking! No registration necessary! MOCA’s first Family Day of the year! MOCA invites families and kids of all ages to join us for Improv Art Family Day. Our 30 minute drop-in workshops explore the real-time process of creating art: Beijing Bites »

NONESUCH: The Jewelry of Hannah Long

Oct. 3 | 7-9pm

NONESUCH: The Jewelry of Hannah Long Reception Sat. 10.3.15 7-9pm Contemporary Jeweler Hannah Long creates bijoux based on concept, idea and theme. Working with a variety of materials, she conceives jewelry as a support for artistic expression in relation to the body. Her works shake codes and usages; moving jewelry »

Art & Reason Symposium

September 26, Saturday

Art & Reason Symposium Saturday, September 26, 6PM, Free! The Art & Reason symposium at the Museum of Contemporary Art will connect artistry with social transformation by showcasing a vetted selection of works by independent artist Peter Wayne Lewis. The event will also include lectures and panel discussions focusing on »

The Global Caribbean – CSA-Haiti 2016

Friday, September 25, 6PM

The Global Caribbean – CSA-Haiti 2016 Friday, September 25, 6PM As a prelude to the annual Caribbean Studies Association (CSA) Conference to be held in Haiti for the first time, in 2016 under the theme, “Caribbean Global Movements: People, Ideas, Culture, Arts for Economic Sustainability,” CSA and the Florida Africana »


June 8, 2015

MOCA SUMMER CAMP ART PROGRAMS Please fill out the  PDF Registration form below and email to [email protected] or call at 305.893.6211. Walk in registrations are welcomed. SUMMER CAMP ENROLLMENT:    Creative Arts 4 Kids Ages 6-12   Dynamic Design Ages 11-13 only.

MOCA Art Week Sponsors

December 1 - 7, 2014

A big thank you to our MOCA Art Week Sponsors: Grey Goose Vodka & Bloomingdale’s.