MOCA Education makes education more collaborative, inclusive, and learner-centered, and nurtures intellectual growth through transformative experiences with contemporary art. Join our team of MOCA educators as they lead different family friendly activities through interactive workshops, virtual Talking Tours, and classroom curriculum discussions. It is fun for all and particularly helpful for homeschooling!
This week, MOCA educators present a digital family guide with activities to do at home, centered around Richard Tuttle’s work titled 44th Wire Piece (1972) from MOCA's Permanent Collection. Download the PDF below to guide you through an exploration of artworks in this exhibition. You can print at home or utilize your own paper to participate. This activity is suitable for all ages!
Family Guide PDF
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