MOCA Jacksonville will be open until 9 P.M. on Saturday, May 21 in connection with Emancipation Celebration Day in James Weldon Johnson Park.
OPens friday, may 20
MOCA Members will be invited to an exclusive opening of the event, with details to be announced. Become a Member now to secure your invite!
Offering a broad overview of her career, this exhibition positions Kara Walker as a leading artist of her generation through more than 80 works in a variety of media, such as prints, drawings, paintings, sculpture, and film. These powerful and provocative images address themes of racism, gender violence, and exploitation.
Weekly Sessions from june to august
Spend the summer becoming an artist of our time at MOCA Jacksonville. Campers will explore exhibitions in the galleries, create in the studios, and become empowered to problem solve through critical thinking, observation, and creative self-expression. Themed weekly camp sessions are available for ages 4-14 throughout the summer, in line with the Duval and St. Johns County public school calendars.
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We believe that access to art can be transformational and that unlocking creativity opens the mind to a whole new world of possibility! Members receive free admission, invites to exclusive events, discounts, and more. Join us on an artistic adventure - are you in?
MOCA Jacksonville expects visitors wear masks at all times while in the Museum. Thank you!
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FIFTY: An Alumni Exhibition Coffee with a Curator
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First Wednesday Art Walk
June 1, 2022
MOCA Movie Night: Velvet Goldmine (1998)
June 2, 2022
Visceral Undercurrent, a choreographic performance in response to Kara Walker: Cut to the Quick
May 8, 2022
Meet Our Interns from North Florida School for Special Education
May 2, 2022
Student Artist-in-Residence 2021 Anderson Goncalves
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