Together Thursdays at MOCA Grand Avenue and The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA.
MOCA’s hours are extended until 8pm at both locations every Thursday! Join us for FREE admission, art experiences and events weekly. Bring a friend, see some art, and enjoy live programs! Jump on the MOCA Shuttle, our free service that runs approximately every twenty minutes from 4pm to 8pm between Grand Avenue and Little Tokyo. The MOCA shuttle will pick up and drop off in front of MOCA Grand Avenue at 250 S Grand Avenue and at the northwest corner of First and Alameda in Little Tokyo. Last pick-up at both locations is 7:40pm. Shuttle rides feature live broadcasting from MOCA resident collective KCHUNG Radio.
Our neighbors, The Broad Museum on Grand Avenue and the Japanese American National Museum (JANM) on First Street in Little Tokyo, are also open until 8pm every Thursday.
Reserve your advanced FREE ticket to both MOCA Grand Avenue and The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA here.
Along with free admission to current exhibitions at MOCA Grand Avenue and MOCA Geffen–including Carl Craig: Party/After-Party, and Henry Taylor: B Side–Together Thursdays will feature programming including the below upcoming highlights:
DJs from KCHUNG Public, currently in residence at MOCA, will broadcast live from the Aileen Getty Plaza at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA every Thursday at 5pm starting November 17.
Visitors can use the Metro Trip Planner to find convenient public transportation options to either location.
Parking is available near MOCA Grand Avenue at California Plaza at 351 S. Olive St or at the corner of W First Street and N Hill Street. $4.40 for every 10 minutes, $15 flat rate for weekdays starting at 5pm. $7 flat rate for MOCA members with validation.
Parking near The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA is available at 300 E Temple St or 140 N. Judge John Aiso St. $9 flat rate on weekdays.
Together Thursdays courtesy of Cliff and Mandy Einstein.
Free admission courtesy of Carolyn Clark Powers.
Wonmi’s WAREHOUSE Programs founded by Wonmi & Kihong Kwon and Family.
Environmental programming, including programs for Judith F. Baca: World Wall, is made possible by Nora McNeely Hurley and Manitou Fund as part of MOCA's environmental series highlighting the museum’s work around climate, conservation, and environmental justice.