Thank you!

Sponsorship and foundation support are critical to MOCA Cleveland’s ability to present outstanding exhibitions and public programs, and to provide art education to school children and their families. Through a variety of social and marketing opportunities, sponsors have the ability to share their message with culturally-engaged audiences, while providing vital financial support to the only museum in Northeast Ohio dedicated solely to contemporary art.

MOCA Cleveland invites individuals, businesses, and foundations to partner with the Museum to make exhibitions and programs possible.
 
To explore support opportunities, contact the Development Department at 216.421.8671.
 

Institutional Sponsors

All MOCA Cleveland exhibitions and programs are presented with major support from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture; The Cleveland Foundation; The George Gund Foundation; and the continuing support of our Board of Directors, Patrons, and Members.

 

                     

 

 

  

And generous funding from:
The William Bingham Foundation
The George W. Codrington Foundation
The Giant Eagle Foundation
The Char and Chuck Fowler Family Foundation
The Kelvin and Eleanor Smith Foundation
And leadership circle gifts from:
An anonymous donor
Yuval Brisker
Doreen and Dick Cahoon
Joanne Cohen and Morris Wheeler
Margaret Cohen and Kevin Rahilly
Becky Dunn
Lauren Rich Fine and Gary Giller 
Harriet Goldberg
Agnes Gund
Michelle and Richard Jeschelnig
Donna and Stewart Kohl
Toby Devan Lewis
Scott Mueller
 

EXHIBITION AND PROGRAM SPONSORS (FY16)

Do Ho Suh
September 25, 2015-January 10, 2016
Organized by The Contemporary Austin with additional support by Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York, and Hong Kong.
Mueller Family Gallery, Rosalie + Morton Cohen Family Gallery, and Toby Devan Lewis Gallery

Made possible at MOCA Cleveland with the generous support of Westlake Reed Leskosky, Lehmann Maupin Gallery, and an anonymous donor. Community support is also provided by InterContinental Hotel Cleveland.
Nevet Yitzhak: OFF THE RULING CLASS
September 17, 2015-January 10, 2016
Organized by Rose Bouthillier, Associate Curator
 
Exhibition Made Possible by
Jewish Federation’s Cleveland Israel Arts Connection
 
This project is also supported as an affiliate of Violins of Hope Cleveland, an unprecedented collaboration among a diverse range of nonprofit organizations in Northeast Ohio. The partners are: Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Institute of Music, The Cleveland Orchestra, Facing History and Ourselves, the Jewish Federation of Cleveland, ideastream and the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage. For more information, please visit violinsofhopecle.org.
 
Associated programs also made possible by the Richard Horvitz and Erica Hartman-Horvitz Foundation.
 
        
Fatima Al Quadri: Chinas of the Mind
September 25, 2015-January 10, 2016
Stair A
Organized by Elena Harvey Collins, independent curator.
MOCA Thursdays Supported By:
Cleveland Foundation 
University Hospitals 
 
        
 
First Free Saturdays Sponsored By:
PNC 
 
 
All Moca Education Programs Are Supported By:
Blue Bridge Networks
Eaton
Harry K. Fox and Emma R. Fox Charitable Foundation
The Nord Family Foundation
The Reinberger Foundation
The Thomas H. White Foundation
Points Of View Talks + MOCA Learning Labs Sponsored By:
Ohio Humanities, a state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Visit ohiohumanities.org.
 
MOCA’s ARTSQUAD + CRATEtivity Stations Supported By:
American Greetings
The Hershey Foundation
ARTSQUAD Beyond The Walls Supported By:
PNC
The Hershey Foundation
MOCA Educational Research + Development Supported By:
The Martha Holden Jennings Foundation
MOCA Ratner School Program Supported By:
Margaret Cohen and Kevin Rahilly
David and Inez Myers Foundation, Cleveland, Ohio
Nesnadny + Schwartz Visiting Curator Program Supported By:
Nesnadny + Schwartz
Lounge CIA Furniture Design Program Sponsored By:
BakerHostetler
 
 
Preferred Hotels:

InterContinental Hotel Cleveland + Courtyard by Marriott - Cleveland University Circle