Join MOCA on Sunday, January 24 for an inclusive virtual program just FOR FAMILIES, inspired by Senga Negudi’s collaborative and experimental Ceremony for Freeway Fets. Originally staged in 1978 under a Los Angeles freeway, this event united masculine and feminine energies in an artwork that was both installation and ritualistic performance. In this installment of For Families, create your own experimental installation using objects from your home environment.
Led by MOCA Education and Visitor Engagement, each 45-minute For Families workshop features deep looking and conversation, an experimental art activity, and helpful tips for adults on how to talk to kids about art.
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Virtual MOCA is presented by the MOCA Thrive Fund courtesy of Chara Schreyer.
Education at MOCA courtesy of Terri and Michael Smooke. Additional support provided by The Hearst Foundations, Blum & Poe, and Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation.