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Image courtesy of Thomas Hager. 

Fun and informative art-making for families 

Led by professional art educators, the program provides a creative and inspiring environment for children to work with their parents or adult caregivers. Hands-on projects are inspired by works in MOCA's exhibitions or the Permanent Collection.

Downtown Art Walk

First Wednesday of each month • 5-8 p.m.

Art Fusion takes place at MOCA on the first Wednesday of each month during Downtown Art Walk. Join an educator in one of the fifth-floor classrooms to make an original work of art while learning about the artist who inspired the project. Admission to MOCA is free during Art Walk.

Community Events

MOCA Jacksonville also takes Art Fusion out in the community for events, such as Riverside Arts Market, or at schools. To book Art Fusion for your event, please contact the staff member below.

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Staff Profile Stephanie Jackson

Stephanie Jackson

Outreach Coordinator

Stephanie Jackson joined MOCA Jacksonville as an educator in May 2016. She has a master's degree in art history from Georgia State University and a bachelor's degree in art history from Florida State University. Before joining MOCA, she volunteered as a docent for the Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens, where she also worked as an intern in education outreach. Jackson oversees Art Fusion, a fun and informative art-making program for families, and represents MOCA at various community events, such as the Riverside Arts Market.