moCa Cleveland presents programs throughout the year, geared toward all audiences. Artist talks, gallery tours, and programs like Viewpoints make learning about current exhibitions exciting. moCa also knows how to throw a party from time to time. Bring your friends and enjoy a night on the town in the iconic moCa building with innovations on nightlife inspired by the art in the galleries.

 
To host your own event at moCa, call 216.421.8671or email events@moCacleveland.org. Visit our facility rental page for more information.

Full Calendar of Events:

29
Feb
moCa Saturday Feb. 29
Saturday 11:00am5:00pm

Make a mark with T-shirts & campaign buttons. Take a museum tour or get a fresh Viewpoint. Free & open to all.

Pull on your most comfortable jeans and make moCa your Saturday destination. We’ve connected with partners from across the city to offer programs that draw back the curtains on new viewpoints, experiences, and creative adventures. Family fun on moCa Saturday is made possible by PNC Bank.

29
Feb
Viewpoints: Case Bargé
Saturday 2:30pm3:30pm

A deeper exploration of Temporary Spaces of Joy and Freedom. Free & open to all.

Take a deep dive into the exhibition Temporary Spaces of Joy and Freedom with moCa New Agent and alternative songwriter/performer Case Bargé, who will engage participants in considering the role of sound in Indigenous and Black liberation work and joy. The local musician will also perform a new spoken word piece he created in response to the exhibition.

7
Mar
moCa Saturday Mar. 7
Saturday 11:00am5:00pm

Celebrate women with art-making, a Wiki edit-a-thon, and by listening to a panel discussion. Free & open to all.

Celebrate National Women’s Day by making art and designing and printing tee shirts that honor the women in your life. Tackle gender imbalance and champion women artists during moCa’s Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon. Discuss fair representation with a panel of local artists.

7
Mar
Wikipedia Edit-a-thon
Saturday 11:00am4:00pm

Your chance to weigh in on Wiki. Free but registration requested.

Learn how to edit, update, and add articles on Wikipedia in a community organized edit-a-thon. This event will focus on addressing gender imbalance on the site and adding content about women previously exhibited at moCa such as Claudia Comte, who led an army of marching zigzags into moCa, or Jessica Eaton, whose Wild Permutations exhibition exploded with color.

moCa will provide training and content resources.

All visitors are welcome to participate.

7
Mar
National Womxn's Day Discussion: Who Is Seen?
Saturday 1:00pm2:30pm

A discussion facilitated by M. Carmen Lane. Free & open to all.

Artist, writer, and facilitator M. Carmen Lane puts International Womxn’s Day center stage as they moderate a conversation about the visibility of female and gender non-conforming individuals within the contemporary art world. Panel participants include interdisciplinary artist and SPACES artist-in-residence Veronique d'Entremont; Cleveland native Lo Smith, an artist, educator, and organizer; and Dr. Jacqueline Nanfito, program faculty in ethnic, women’s, and gender studies at Case Western Reserve University; and associate professor of Spanish there as well.

 

8
Mar
Wikipedia Edit-a-thon
Sunday 11:00am4:00pm

Your chance to weigh in on Wiki. Free but registration requested.

Learn how to edit, update, and add articles on Wikipedia in a community organized edit-a-thon. This event will focus on addressing gender imbalance on the site and adding content about women previously exhibited at moCa such as Claudia Comte, who led an army of marching zigzags into moCa, or Jessica Eaton, whose Wild Permutations exhibition exploded with color.

moCa will provide content resources. All visitors are welcome to participate.

14
Mar
moCa Saturday: Mar. 14
Saturday 11:00am5:00pm

Create an editorial cartoon. Write creatively (teens). Also: healthy food prep demo, tours, and making art. Free & open to all.

Pull on your most comfortable jeans and make moCa your Saturday destination. We’ve connected with partners from across the city to offer programs that draw back the curtains on new viewpoints, experiences, and creative adventures. Family fun on moCa Saturday is made possible by PNC Bank.

 

14
Mar
Lake Erie Ink Creative Writing for Teens Workshop
Saturday 12:00pm1:30pm

Free but registration requested

Lake Erie Ink and moCa invite teens to reflect and respond to the current exhibitions at the museum. A variety of guided activities will prompt teens to write creatively and share personal interpretations of the art work at moCa.

14
Mar
Saturday 2:00pm4:00pm

Free but registration required

Join nationally published cartoonist and illustrator Tara Seibel for a political cartooning workshop. Participants will identify a current news story and create a political cartoon related to their chosen theme. The workshop will guide participants through effective usage of cartooning vocabulary and pictorial language.

Adults of all skill levels welcome, but registration is required. Workshop is limited to 15 participants.

About Tara Seibel:

20
Mar
RISK! Live at moCa
Performance Program
Friday 8:00pm10:00pm

General Admission: $20
Free for moCa Members

RISK! is the show where people tell true stories they never thought they'd dare to share. At this show, host Kevin Allison and some of Cleveland's best local performers will share incredible true stories from their lives and respond to our essential question for the season: "How do we mark our communities?" with their most daring answers. This event welcomes participants over age 18.

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