September 9, 2018 / 2:30pm3:15pm
Exhibition Program
Join a MOCA Educator to discover the museum and explore the seven featured artists’ projects and exhibitions. Whether you’re contemporary art to the core or still considering how it relates to you, this tour is a great way to get to know MOCA and its current season. Slip into augmented reality, be inspired by a Motown legend, surround yourself in the stories and gospel singing of Glenville residents, or get lost in a hypnotic 3D film.
September 1, 2018 / 10:00am5:00pm
Free First Saturday

MOCA Cleveland is FREE AND OPEN TO ALL on the first Saturday of each month. Join people of all ages and interests as you explore the building and exhibitions and take part in family-friendly workshops and activities. Drop-in adult tours introduce the art and MOCA's unique architecture. The Open Art Studio (12-3PM) provides guided, hands-on making and experimenting for everyone. Come discover!

Free First Saturdays are made possible by:

August 5, 2018 / 2:30pm3:15pm
Exhibition Program
Join a MOCA Educator to discover the museum and explore the seven featured artists’ projects and exhibitions. Whether you’re contemporary art to the core or still considering how it relates to you, this tour is a great way to get to know MOCA and its current season. Slip into augmented reality, be inspired by a Motown legend, surround yourself in the stories and gospel singing of Glenville residents, or get lost in a hypnotic 3D film.
August 17, 2018 / 11:30am
Exhibition Program
Led by Nicole Ledinek, Curator of Education Become a MOCA member to take advantage of these special, behind-the-scenes tours given by MOCA staff.
September 15, 2018 / 2:30pm3:15pm
Exhibition Program
Join a MOCA Educator to discover the museum and explore the seven featured artists’ projects and exhibitions. Whether you’re contemporary art to the core or still considering how it relates to you, this tour is a great way to get to know MOCA and its current season. Slip into augmented reality, be inspired by a Motown legend, surround yourself in the stories and gospel singing of Glenville residents, or get lost in a hypnotic 3D film.
October 6, 2018 / 10:00am5:00pm
Free First Saturday

MOCA Cleveland is FREE AND OPEN TO ALL on the first Saturday of each month. Join people of all ages and interests as you explore the building and take part in family-friendly workshops and activities. Drop-in adult tours introduce the art and MOCA's unique architecture. The Open Art Studio (12-3PM) provides guided, hands-on making and experimenting for everyone. Come discover!

Free First Saturdays are made possible by:

August 11, 2018 / 2:30pm3:15pm
Exhibition Program
Join a MOCA Educator to discover the museum and explore the seven featured artists’ projects and exhibitions. Whether you’re contemporary art to the core or still considering how it relates to you, this tour is a great way to get to know MOCA and its current season. Slip into augmented reality, be inspired by a Motown legend, surround yourself in the stories and gospel singing of Glenville residents, or get lost in a hypnotic 3D film.
September 28, 2018 / 11:30am
Exhibition Program
Led by A. Will Brown, Assistant Curator Become a MOCA member to take advantage of these special, behind-the-scenes tours given by MOCA staff.
September 16, 2018 / 2:30pm3:15pm
Exhibition Program

Join a MOCA Educator to discover the museum and explore the seven featured artists’ projects and exhibitions. Whether you’re contemporary art to the core or still considering how it relates to you, this tour is a great way to get to know MOCA and its current season. Slip into augmented reality, be inspired by a Motown legend, surround yourself in the stories and gospel singing of Glenville residents, or get lost in a hypnotic 3D film.

August 4, 2018 / 1:00pm
Exhibition Program

What does a majestic oak tree on the campus of James Ford Rhodes High School have to do with Olympic gold medalist, Jesse Owens, and why is it featured prominently in Cyprien Gaillard's Nightlife, currently at MOCA? The tree was given to Owens by Adolf Hitler after he won four gold medals at the 1936 Olympics in Nazi Germany. Owens planted one tree at Rhodes, where it still stands today, a largely forgotten monument.

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