August 20, 2015 / 6:00pm
Social Program

 

Rain or shine!
Just outside MOCA on Toby’s Plaza.

Let us know you're coming on the Facebook event page!

This is part of University Circle's in-your-face concert series The Beat Uptown, presented by MOCA and Case Western Reserve University, and curated by The Beachland Ballroom. Throughout the summer, the beats will drive into the night, transforming Toby's Plaza into a free concert venue and social hall. Come down and let Uptown funk you up!

August 29, 2015 / 7:30pm
Exhibition Program

This Performance will be in the Gund Commons Gallery

 

A spoken word concert featuring a line-up of top poetry luminaries from Cleveland and beyond.

 

Organized by RA Washington (Owner + Co-Founder, Guide to Kulchur) + Deidre McPherson (Curator of Public Programs, MOCA)

August 27, 2015 / 6:00pm
Social Program

Rain or shine!
Just outside MOCA on Toby’s Plaza.

Let us know you're coming on the Facebook event page!

This is part of University Circle's in-your-face concert series The Beat Uptown, presented by MOCA and Case Western Reserve University, and curated by The Beachland Ballroom. Throughout the summer, the beats will drive into the night, transforming Toby's Plaza into a free concert venue and social hall. Come down and let Uptown funk you up!

August 29, 2015 / 3:00pm
Exhibition Program

This program will take place in MOCA'S Cahoon Lounge from 3-5 PM

 

Cleveland based cartoonist and How to Remain Human artist Derf Backderf visits to discuss his graphic novels including, Trashed, a comedic blue-collar epic about garbageman, My Friend Dahmer, an accound of growing up with serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, and Punk Rock & Trailer Parks, set in Akron's vibrant punk rock scene in 1980.

 

August 8, 2015 / 3:00pm
Exhibition Program
September 4, 2015 / 7:00pm
Exhibition Program

MOCA Cleveland is going on the road for an evening of performance-events in collaboration with the Center for Ongoing Research & Projects (COR&P) in Columbus, and presented by Carmen Winant, a featured artist in How to Remain Human.

August 6, 2015 / 6:00pm

MOCA Cleveland curators and artists from How to Remain Human head to the Happy Dog for a series of exhibition-related talks.

At this July 9 program, Jimmy Kuehnle will speak about his involvement in the summer exhibition, How to Remain Human.

July 31, 2015 / 1:00pm
Education Program

Contemporary art may move quickly, but there are great benefits to slowing down to interpret it. This adult educational program invites participants to intentionally reduce their “speed reading” and spend considerable time with a single work on view.

July 30, 2015 / 5:30pm

Contemporary art may move quickly, but there are great benefits to slowing down to interpret it. This adult educational program invites participants to intentionally reduce their “speed reading” and spend considerable time with a single work on view.

August 27, 2015 / 5:30pm

Contemporary art may move quickly, but there are great benefits to slowing down to interpret it. This adult educational program invites participants to intentionally reduce their “speed reading” and spend considerable time with a single work on view.

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