Science Fair

An Art Market

Hosted by moCa Cleveland in partnership with Pattern Play Glass

Free admission

Outside: Toby's Plaza in front of moCa

Experiment with art that moves you at an art market organized in partnership with Pattern Play Glass. Check out the work of 20+ vendors and bring home unique art works at a variety of prices, test something new at art demonstrations, or become the canvas with a new flash tattoo by Lauren Vandevier or Nate Kemr. Groove to DJ sets curated by Beat Freak. Bites and bar available.

Featured Vendors:

Tess Young Jewelry

Poems 4 You

TIME CHANGE GENERATOR

Dakar!

Oliver C. St. Clair

Joi Art 

Robes by Natty

Faan Eco Basics 

Hot Spot Glassworks

Pattern Play Glass

Aawful Aaron LLC

Puptart Studio 

Lo Smith Studios

Dirt Baby

Butch and Co. Fermentables

Eva Conrad paintings and ceramics

Superior Hot Glass

Jack Romer

Cotton Pony Express

Juliette Thimmig

Featured Vendors:

Tess Young Jewelry

Poems 4 You

TIME CHANGE GENERATOR

Dakar!

Oliver C. St. Clair

Joi Art

Robes by Natty

Faan Eco Basics 

Hot Spot Glassworks

Future Juju

KING RELD

Pattern Play Glass

Aawful Aaron LLC

Puptart Studio 

Lo Smith Studios 

Dirt Baby

Butch and Co. Fermentables

Eva Conrad paintings and ceramics

Superior Hot Glass

Jack Romer

Golden Jubilee, 2021. Film Still. Courtesy the artist 

Friday, Nov 18, 2022, 7PM

At Home but Not at Home

2019     Director: Suneil Sanzgiri

 

In 1961, 14 years after India gained independence from Britain, the Indian Armed Forces defeated the last remaining Portuguese colonizers in the newly formed state of Goa. Sanzgiri's father was 18 at the time, and had just moved away from his small village of Curchorem to Bombay for school when news reached him about his home—now free from the oppression of a foreign hand after 450 years of colonial rule. After spending years thinking about questions of identity, liberation, and the movement of people across space and time, Sanzgiri returned to this period in search of moments of anti-colonial solidarity across continents. 

Letter from Your Far-off Country

2020     Director: Suneil Sanzgiri

A search for solidarity in the sounds and colors of the spontaneous Muslim women led Shaheen Bagh movement in Delhi, in the poetry of Agha Shahid Ali, the song of Iqbal Bano, the theater of Safdar Hashmi, and images of B. R. Ambedkar—the radical anti-caste Dalit intellectual and founder of the Indian constitution—all surrounding a letter addressed to the filmmaker’s distant relative Prabhakar Sanzgiri, who wrote biographies of Ambedkar and was a Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader in Maharashtra.

Golden Jubilee

2021     Director: Suneil Sanzgiri

What is liberation when so much has already been taken? Who has come for more? Golden Jubilee, the third film in a series of works about memory, diaspora and decoloniality, takes as its starting point scenes of the filmmaker’s father navigating a virtual rendering of their ancestral home in Goa, India, created using the same technologies of surveillance that mining companies use to map locations for iron ore in the region. A tool for extraction and exploitation becomes a method for preservation. The father, sparked by a memory of an encounter as a child, inhabits the voice of a spirit known locally as Devchar, whose task is to protect the workers, farmers, and the once communal lands of Goa. Protection from what the filmmaker asks? Sanzgiri’s signature blend of 16mm sequences, 3D renders, direct animation, and desktop aesthetics are vividly employed in this lush, and ghostly look at questions of heritage, culture, and the remnants of history.

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Contemporary Art

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Cleveland, OH 44106

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