moCa Cleveland presents programs throughout the year, geared toward all audiences. Artist talks, gallery tours, and programs like Viewpoints 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:

3
Jun
Sculpture by Sam Buganski
Wednesday 6:00pm6:15pm

Free

Rev things up with moCa every Wednesday with our new live series, 15 minutes of … Each week a local artist will create a work of art in only 15 minutes. We'll post an image of their efforts; then for a chance to make it your own, let us know what you love about the art in a comment to be entered into a raffle. We'll mail the art to the lucky winner once the museum reopens. And it's all FREE.

5
Jun
At Home Studio Visits
Talks and Screenings
Friday 7:00pm

Free

At Home Studio Visits are public Zoom calls open to all, with the hope of developing relationships and connecting artists and arts workers across the country and internationally. The visits will take the format of a conversation between the artists, facilitators, and the public, inviting everyone to participate in a larger dialogue together.

The June 5 At Home will be facilitated by Lauren Leving (Curator of Public Programs, moCa) and Kate Bowen (Executive Director, ACRE Projects).

10
Jun
Jamal Collins
Wednesday 4:00pm4:15pm

Free

Rev things up with moCa every Wednesday with our new live series, 15 minutes of … Each week a local artist will create a work of art in only 15 minutes. We'll post an image of their efforts; then for a chance to make it your own, let us know what you love about the art in a comment to be entered into a raffle. We'll mail the art to the lucky winner once the museum reopens. And it's all FREE.

An accomplished graphic designer, Jamal Collins helps Cleveland’s youth develop their capacity to challenge their sense of imagery and creativity.

12
Jun
Who Is Bozo Texino?
Talks and Screenings
Friday 6:30pm

Free

Part documentary, part railroad dreamscape, the 2005 film from Bill Daniel, Who is Bozo Texino? is billed as “The mostly-factual cinematic account of the epic search and unlikely discovery of hobohemia’s most legendary boxcar artist.” To that end, the San Francisco Guardian hailed it as a “beautiful train-tagging movie.”

17
Jun
Tara Seibel
Wednesday 6:00pm6:15pm

Free

Rev things up with moCa every Wednesday with our new live series, 15 minutes of … Each week a local artist will create a work of art in only 15 minutes. We'll post an image of their efforts; then for a chance to make it your own, let us know what you love about the art in a comment to be entered into a raffle. We'll mail the art to the lucky winner once the museum reopens. And it's all FREE.

19
Jun
At Home Studio Visits
Talks and Screenings
Friday 7:00pm

Free

At Home Studio Visits are public Zoom calls open to all, with the hope of developing relationships and connecting artists and arts workers across the country and internationally. The visits will take the format of a conversation between the artists, facilitators, and the public, inviting everyone to participate in a larger dialogue together.

The June 19 At Home will be facilitated Meghana Karnik (Associate Curator, FRONT) and Lo Smith (Curatorial Assistant, FRONT)

24
Jun
Amanda Wascovich
Wednesday 7:00pm7:15pm

Free

Rev things up with moCa every Wednesday with our new live series, 15 minutes of … Each week a local artist will create a work of art in only 15 minutes. We'll post an image of their efforts; then for a chance to make it your own, let us know what you love about the art in a comment to be entered into a raffle. We'll mail the art to the lucky winner once the museum reopens. And it's all FREE.

10
Jul
At Home Studio Visits
Talks and Screenings
Friday 7:00pm

Free

At Home Studio Visits are public Zoom calls open to all, with the hope of developing relationships and connecting artists and arts workers across the country and internationally. The visits will take the format of a conversation between the artists, facilitators, and the public, inviting everyone to participate in a larger dialogue together.

The July 10 At Home will be facilitated Thea Spittle (Curatorial Assistant, moCa) and Jinglun Zhu (Independent Curator, NYC)