Free First Saturdays
FREE + Open to all
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:
Generous support for MOCA Cleveland’s presentation of Martine Syms: An Evening with Queen White and correlating programs is provided by The City of Cleveland’s Cable Television Minority Arts & Education Fund of the Cleveland Foundation. Additional support provided by Sadie Coles HQ, and the Anselm Talalay Photography Endowment.
Generous support for MOCA Cleveland’s presentation of Josh Kline: Civil War is provided by Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo. Additional support by Modern Art, London.
Support for MOCA Cleveland’s presentation of Cyprien Gaillard: Nightlife is provided by Étant donnés Contemporary Art, a program of the French American Cultural Exchange (FACE) Foundation. Étant donnés is developed in partnership with the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States, with lead funding from the Florence Gould Foundation, the Helen Frankenthaler Foundation, Chanel USA, the ADAGP, the French Ministry of Culture, and Institut Français. Generous support also provided by Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels and Sprüth Magers.
Sherwin-Williams is the official paint of MOCA Cleveland.
All current exhibitions are funded by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and Leadership Circle gifts from anonymous donors, Yuval Brisker, Joanne Cohen and Morris Wheeler, Margaret Cohen and Kevin Rahilly, Becky Dunn, Harriet Goldberg, Agnes Gund, Michelle and Richard Jeschelnig, Donna and Stewart Kohl, Jan Lewis, Toby Devan Lewis, and Scott Mueller.
All MOCA Cleveland exhibitions are supported in part by the residents of Cuyahoga County through a public grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture, the Cleveland Foundation, the George Gund Foundation, and the continuing support of the Museum’s Board of Directors, patrons, and members.