May 5, 2018 / 11:00am5:00pm
Free First Saturday

One Hour, One Work | 11:30AM-12:30PM

Focused, facilitated discussions about a single artwork for 60-minutes.

Open Art Studio | 12-3PM

April 20, 2018 / 7:30pm

Are you a self-professed “Sneakerhead” with an untouchable Air Jordan collection? Or a Hypebeast that cops the latest collaboration drops? Perhaps an aspiring sneaker designer looking to improve your practice? Even if you just like quality shoes, Soles On View is for you.

Love them or hate them, sneakers are a key symbol of contemporary American culture, viewed by many as wearable art as fit for red carpet runways and museum exhibitions as for the court.
They also have become material and subject matter for many contemporary artists.

June 2, 2018 / 11:00am5:00pm
Free First Saturday

One Hour, One Work | 11:30AM-12:30PM

Focused, facilitated discussions about a single artwork for 60-minutes.

Open Art Studio | 12-3PM

May 15, 2018 / 7:00pm

Surrounded by her massive wall painting Zigzags and Diagonals (2018), Claudia Comte will reflect on her approach to creating responsive, large-scale murals and installations that transform natural and architectural environments. Although Comte’s work often concentrates on line, form, and color, historical references abound in her practice. As Artforum states, she is an artist with “extraordinary craft” who “toys with the viewers sense of space” through her dynamic use of elements and tools.

May 18, 2018 / 8:00pm

Tonight, you play by someone else’s rules. Inspired by Simon Denny’s exhibition and its focus on board games, MOCA invites you to experience the contemporary world of tabletop gaming. This event features various games that highlight the importance of rules in influencing behavior, action, and outcomes—both on and off the board. Experienced gaming educators will be onsite to help you play, and there will be open tables for those gamers who want to bring their own adventure. No experience required; sore losers prohibited.

 

June 9, 2018 / 9:30am

Eastern philosophies and religious traditions such as Tibetan Buddhism, the mind and body’s relationship to consciousness, and the fundamental structures of healing in the natural and human worlds underpin INDUCTION. Weaving sound, touch, and image in a low-lit, deep blue space, INDUCTION encourages awareness of the relationship and balance between body, mind, and spirit. MOCA is offering a series of Saturday morning classes led by area experts designed to support these reflective experiences and build mindfulness.

April 28, 2018 / 10:00am
Education Program

Our MOCA ArtSquad friends, Cherry and Beauregard have gathered unusual materials and objects and put them inside a special art box. Every playdate, we look, think and share as we discover the surprises inside together! From reading to play to art-making, this is the perfect program for our smallest creative audiences (and their grown-up companions). Pre-registered friends will receive clues in advance via email, and there also will be clues MOCA’s website each week! Preregistration is required at mocacleveland.org or 216.421.8671

May 26, 2018 / 9:30am

Mindfulness: Finding Balance In The Gallery

Eastern philosophies and religious traditions such as Tibetan Buddhism, the mind and body’s relationship to consciousness, and the fundamental structures of healing in the natural and human worlds underpin INDUCTION. Weaving sound, touch, and image in a low-lit, deep blue space, INDUCTION encourages awareness of the relationship and balance between body, mind, and spirit. MOCA is offering a series of Saturday morning classes led by area experts designed to support these reflective experiences and build mindfulness.

June 8, 2018 / 8:00pm

Don’t miss this last chance to have a transformative sound experience inside INDUCTION. Tauba Auerbach and visual artist and projectionist Laura Paris join experimental band Zs for this unique, in-gallery performance and premier of ‘LIGATURE.’

May 12, 2018 / 9:30am

Mindfulness: Finding Balance In The Gallery
Eastern philosophies and religious traditions such as Tibetan Buddhism, the mind and body’s relationship to consciousness, and the fundamental structures of healing in the natural and human worlds underpin INDUCTION. Weaving sound, touch, and image in a low-lit, deep blue space, INDUCTION encourages awareness of the relationship and balance between body, mind, and spirit. MOCA is offering a series of Saturday morning classes led by area experts designed to support these reflective experiences and build mindfulness.

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