moCa Cleveland reopens TONIGHT, Friday, September 13 at 6 PM.
We hope to see you at our Free Fall Opening.

moCa Cleveland presents programs throughout the year, geared toward all audiences. Artist talks, gallery tours, and programs like One Hour | One Work make learning about current exhibitions exciting. moCa also knows how to throw a party from time to time. Bring your friends and enjoy a night on the town in the iconic moCa building with innovations on nightlife inspired by the art in the galleries.

 
To host your own event at moCa, call 216.421.8671or email events@moCacleveland.org. Visit our facility rental page for more information.

Full Calendar of Events:

19
Sep
Dr. Gail Christopher
Thursday 6:30pm

Donation-based, pay what you can

Social Venture Partners Cleveland, in partnership with The United Black Fund of Greater Cleveland and the Museum of Contemporary Art (moCa) Cleveland, invite you to this special event featuring Dr. Gail Christopher, national equity expert and former Glenville resident, as she presents Rx Racial Healing: A Path Toward Equitable Opportunity and Outcomes

6:30-8:30 PM; doors open at 6 PM

Dessert and coffee reception to follow the lecture

21
Sep
moCa Saturday
Saturday 11:00am5:00pm

Free & Open to all

Join us on Saturdays to explore the art and ideas of our time through special activities.

 

Family Fun provided by

 

28
Sep
moCa Saturday
Saturday 11:00am5:00pm

Free & Open to all

Join us on Saturdays to explore the art and ideas of our time through special activities.

 

Family Fun provided by

 

TODAY

Viewpoints Talk

2:30 PM

Kelley O'Brien on how Catherine Opie frames and shares space and place 

 

Voter Registration Drive with NOVA

1-3 PM

28
Sep
Kelley O'Brien
Exhibition Program
Saturday 2:30pm

Free & open to all

Interdisciplinary artist and moCa New Agent Kelley O'Brien, co-director and co-curator of artist project space, The Muted Horn, explores the relationships between humans and the natural world in her discussion of Catherine Opie's photographic mural project.

5
Oct
moCa Saturday
Saturday 11:00am5:00pm

Free & Open to all

Join us on Saturdays to explore the art and ideas of our time through special activities.

 

Family Fun provided by

 

TODAY

REELAbilities Film Shorts

1 PM

5
Oct
Living Art
Performance Program
Saturday 1:00pm

Free & open to all

moCa welcomes back the REELAbilities Film Festival for a program of short films–CODA, Living Art, and Thrive–that examine art, dance, and music through disability. The screening will include a discussion with Mara Clawson, the subject of the short film Living Art. Clawson’s work will be on display throughout our first floor. Be sure to stop by the Artful21 pop-up shop courtesy of The Up Side of Downs of Northeast Ohio.

11
Oct
Liu Wei, Microworld, 2018. Aluminum plates, dimensions variable. Installation view: Entropy, Faurschou Foundation, Beijing, 2018. Courtesy Liu Wei Studio. Photo by Jonathan Leijonhufvud
Friday 12:00pm

Free & open to all

From micro to macro, space and place are key considerations in Liu Wei’s practice. Unbound by materials or processes, he creates artworks that play with scale and symbolism to create unusual connections between the literal world and our abstract ideas, knowledge, and experiences of it. Learn more about the philosophies that drive Liu Wei’s practice at this special artist talk.

Liu Wei’s exhibition Invisible Cities is on view at moCa through January 5, 2020 and at the Cleveland Museum of Art, October 13, 2019-February 16, 2020.

12
Oct
moCa Saturday
Saturday 11:00am5:00pm

Free & Open to all

Join us on Saturdays to explore the art and ideas of our time through special activities.

 

Family Fun provided by

 

TODAY

Lake Erie Ink “Teen Guide to moCa”

Creative writing experiences for teens

1-3 PM

 

16
Oct
Native Son, 2019
Performance Program
Wednesday 7:00pm

Free & open to all

We are pleased to collaborate with the Cinematheque to present Native Son (2019), the directorial debut of artist Rashid Johnson. We presented Johnson’s sculptural work, Shea Butter (1970/2017) in our 2017 exhibition A Poet*hical Wager. His new remake of Richard Wright’s acclaimed 1940 novel features many familiar views as Johnson filmed much of it in Cleveland. Following the screening, we will explore the film’s focus on the social dimensions of place and space.

 

 

 

 

 

19
Oct
moCa Saturday
Saturday 11:00am5:00pm

Free & Open to all

Join us on Saturdays to explore the art and ideas of our time through special activities.

 

Family Fun provided by

 

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