Oct 3, 10am
Oct 3, 10amVirtualSaturday
Oct 3, 10amThis Friday, join us for MOCA’s Virtual Studio Visits series led by MOCA Director Klaus Biesenbach as he globe-trots and digitally connects with artists around the world for studio visits. This week features Elizabeth Peyton from her makeshift home studio on the East Coast.
Oct 7, 4pmScreening, VirtualWednesday
Oct 7, 4pmPoet, playwright, and revolutionary Black thinker Amiri Baraka understood that there will be no liberation without the commitment of Black artists. Join us Wednesday, October 7, 4pm PST for a screening of Black Spring .
Oct 8 10am —
Nov 4 10amScreening, VirtualOct 8 10am —
Nov 4 10amMOCA’s online platform for experimental film and video art returns this October with SCREEN: Kevin Jerome Everson. Throughout the month, moca.org/screen will host four short films, one each week, by artist and filmmaker Kevin Jerome Everson: IFO (2017), Traveling Shoes (2019), Vanilla Cake with Strawberry Filling (2014), and Music from the Edge of the Allegheny Plateau (2019). This particular group of films features Mansfield, Ohio as a shared subject, seen through its geographical landscape, residents, myths, and histories.
Oct 10, 10amVirtualSaturday
Oct 10, 10amThis Saturday, join us for MOCA’s Virtual Studio Visits series led by MOCA Director Klaus Biesenbach as he digitally connects with artists around the world for studio visits. This week features Katharina Grosse from her home in Berlin. This talk was pre-recorded on May 9, 2020 and is now available on MOCA’s YouTube channel.
Oct 18, 1pmJoin MOCA this Sunday, October 18 at 1pm PST for an inclusive and playful virtual program just FOR FAMILIES of all kinds, led by MOCA Education and Visitor Engagement.
Oct 29, 4pmWhat is the role of art as we get out the vote and build larger movements for change? In this national conversation with engaged artists, hear about the importance of voting in both local and national elections, using art to challenge and shift culture, and how we build powerful, and beautiful, movements. Speakers include Glenn Kaino, Caroline Klibanoff, Claudia Pena, and Kristina Wong. This program is a collaboration between JANM, MOCA, Made by US, and For Freedoms.