Core Members Attend the New York Times Magazine Photographs Preview
Image courtesy of Thomas Hager.

SAVVY SAVINGS AND UNLIMITED ADMISSION

As a member of MOCA Jacksonville, you will be the first to know about the art, artists, and ideas of our time all year long. And because your admission is free every day, the discoveries are endless.

Annual CORE member perks

  • Free general admission to MOCA Jacksonville all year
  • Invitations to members-only exhibition preview receptions and special events
  • Free admission to more than 100 regional museums through Southeastern Reciprocal Membership
  • Free two-hour complimentary parking in designated city garage (excludes special events)
  • Discounted member pricing opportunities
  • Special educational materials when you visit
  • Free subscription to FORMA
  • 10 percent discount in the MOCA Shop
  • Opportunity to join The Contemporaries
  • 10 percent discount on published MOCA facility rental rates
Join now

Individual: $50

Core benefits for one adult (one membership card)

Dual: $75

Core benefits for two adults (two membership cards)

Family: $100

Core benefits for two adults and children younger than 18 (two membership cards), plus:

Luminary: $500

Core benefits for two adults (two membership cards), plus:

  • Four one-time guest passes
  • Exclusive exhibition previews with visiting artists
  • Discounted rates for children’s Art Camp
  • Free admission to 500-plus museums through North American Reciprocal Membership program
  • An invitation to a premium membership event once a year
  • Invitations to private VIP exhibition previews
Join now

Hello There

Staff Profile Keri Barnhart

Keri Barnhart

Coordinator of Member Engagement and Giving

As coordinator of member engagement and giving, Keri Barnhart works with members to increase support for MOCA Jacksonville. Barnhart started at MOCA in 2010 and has worked in several roles over the years, most notably as the front desk, where many long-time visitors and members will have first met her. Barnhart is a graduate of the University of North Florida and has also studied records management at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee through the master of library and information science program. Of the featured exhibitions she has seen at MOCA Jacksonville, her favorites are SLOW: Marking Time in Photography and Film and Confronting the Canvas: Women of Abstraction