◼ Jul 16, 2021-Jan 9, 2022
Axis Mundo: Queer Networks in Chicano L.A.
moCa remains mission-focused on supporting artists and serving communities. moCa strives to be an affirming, learning, equitable organization where people of all backgrounds can collaborate in creating, interpreting, and advancing contemporary art. As a cornerstone of the cultural community, moCa will be a welcoming space of exchange, where artists, staff, supporters, and guests feel heard, respected, valued, and engaged. moCa will maintain an open, adaptive atmosphere that empowers those who have been historically marginalized. Our work will embody values including accountability, dialogue, experimentation, honesty, and care. Embracing change and centering creativity, moCa will reflect and uplift DEIA values in its program, policies, practices, and people.
These Core Commitments Underpin moCa's Work:
At moCa, we believe that this work:
◼is a moral, ethical, and human imperative.
◼is responsive to the needs and desires of artists working today.
◼is critical for an organization committed to both learning and contemporary culture.
◼must address power, process, practice, and people across all facets of the organization and our community.
◼affirms and uplifts those who have been historically marginalized or excluded.
◼forms the basis for trusting relationships through accountability and transparency.
◼increases relevancy and value for our community.
◼reflects the adaptive, forward-thinking mission of the organization.
◼is the basis for exchange, collaboration, customization, and growth.
◼is a continuum and not a destination.