Hear For The Homeless - A NEOCH Benefit Concert

January 25, 2018 / 7:00pm


This program will take place offsite at: 

The Beachland Ballroom
15711 Waterloo Rd Cleveland, OH 44110

Music is a bridge that can bring awareness and spur action. Emerging from Phil Collins's installation, my heart's in my hand..., currently on view at MOCA Cleveland, this special concert seeks to generate attention and support to help improve the conditions for homeless people in Cleveland. Benefitting Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless (NEOCH), the concert will feature musicians and bands from here and beyond who address social issues in their music and practice. The event will be held at Beachland Ballroom, a venue that has long provided a stage for musicians who inspire change.

According to NEOCH, every homeless shelter in Cleveland is full every night, with most functioning at overflow. In 2016, Cleveland's Coordinated Intake Center, which serves individuals and families who are newly homeless, screened 5,385 people. Two years ago, the Cleveland Metropolitan School District reported over 4,000 homeless students. Homelessness is a pervasive and serious issue affecting many people in our city.

Hiram-Maxim on Phil Collins

HIRAM-MAXIM visited MOCA to share their thoughts on our exhibition from British artist Phil Collins. See them live at The Beachland Ballroom and Tavern during Hear For The Homeless - A NEOCH Benefit Concert on January 25. Tickets available at: http://bit.ly/q3r5t

Posted by Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland MOCA on Wednesday, January 10, 2018