1
Oct
Education Program
Wednesday 1:00pm

FREE to MOCA Members or with Museum admission

Contemporary art may move quickly, but there are great benefits to slowing down to interpret it. This adult educational program invites participants to intentionally reduce their “speed reading” and spend considerable time with a single work on view.

2
Oct
Education Program
Thursday 3:00pm7:00pm

FREE for all teachers, refreshments and resources provided

Registration is requested and can be done by calling Nicole Ledinek at 216.421.8671.

Fuel your love of art while deepening your professional practice. Teacher Thursdays give educators an opportunity to tour MOCA Cleveland’s exhibitions, make connections to classroom goals, network with art educators, and find inspiration for creative projects.
2
Oct
Exhibition Program
Thursday 6:30pm

6:30 PM Gallery Tour / 7 PM Program
Member: $10 Each / $25 Series; Non-Member: $15 Each / $40 Series

Ferran Adrià's name is synonymous with bold, world-class gastronomic innovation. Cleveland, Ohio is one of America's top foodie destinations. Hear from some of our city's most exciting chefs about how they innovate, and about what Ferran Adrià's work means to them.

Make It Happen: Innovating Innovation

4
Oct
Exhibition Program
Saturday 11:00am

FREE to all

Highlights Tours / Noon + 2pm
One Hour, One Work / 1 pm

MOCA Cleveland is free to all on the first Saturday of every month. Engage with the exhibitions on view and explore Cleveland’s newest cultural icon.
9
Oct
Education Program
Thursday 9:45am11:00am

FREE to MOCA Members or with Museum admission

Registration required and a minimum
number of preschoolers are needed.

To register, please contact Nicole Ledinek at
nledineck@mocacleveland.org or 216.421.8671

Designed for MOCA Cleveland’s youngest art lovers, this program is about playing and creating. MOCA educators lead open-ended and fun activities that help preschoolers learn about color, line, shapes, and textures.
9
Oct
Exhibition Program
Thursday 7:00pm

FREE and Open To All

Associate Curator Rose Bouthillier will provide anecdotes and insights into the work of Kirk Mangus. This lighthearted talk about living and loving is best enjoyed with a hot dog in hand. Following the talk, visitors with a receipt from the Happy Dog will enjoy free admission to MOCA's galleries from 8 - 9 pm.

16
Oct
Exhibition Program
Thursday 6:30pm

6:30 PM Gallery Tour / 7 PM Program
Member: $10 Each / $25 Series; Non-Member: $15 Each / $40 Series

Ferran Adrià's name is synonymous with bold, world-class gastronomic innovation. Cleveland, Ohio is one of America's top foodie destinations. Hear from some of our city's most exciting chefs about how they innovate, and about what Ferran Adrià's work means to them.

CulinologyTM and the Path for Innovation

Chef Steve Schimoler will share his background in innovation and product development, and their influence in his restaurants today.

30
Oct
Exhibition Program
Thursday 6:30pm

6:30 PM Gallery Tour / 7 PM Program
Member: $10 Each / $25 Series; Non-Member: $15 Each / $40 Series

Ferran Adrià's name is synonymous with bold, world-class gastronomic innovation. Cleveland, Ohio is one of America's top foodie destinations. Hear from some of our city's most exciting chefs about how they innovate, and about what Ferran Adrià's work means to them.

Blanching: Adding Shock Value to Your Vegetables

Blanching is a technique Chef Douglas Katz (fire food & drink, The Katz Club, and Provenance) uses in his restaurants to bring out the best in our local harvest. Learn the secret to setting color and flavor like a pro.

1
Nov
Exhibition Program
Saturday 11:00am

FREE to all

Highlights Tours / Noon + 2pm
One Hour, One Work / 1 pm

MOCA Cleveland is free to all on the first Saturday of every month. Engage with the exhibitions on view and explore Cleveland’s newest cultural icon.
5
Nov
Education Program
Wednesday 1:00pm

FREE to MOCA Members or with Museum admission

Contemporary art may move quickly, but there are great benefits to slowing down to interpret it. This adult educational program invites participants to intentionally reduce their “speed reading” and spend considerable time with a single work on view.

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