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The Color of Love Family Art Project (MOCA Cleveland)
On 10/10/2015

This program will take place in MOCA's Gund Commons on the ground floor.

Learn about artist Marc Chagall (1887 - 1985) and participate in a hands-on art project to take home and enjoy.

After your family has enjoyed creating together, head upstairs to see the work of internationally renowned artist Do Ho Suh.
Silent Disco Halloween (MOCA Cleveland)
On 10/24/2015

Back by popular demand, dance and sing the night away donning wireless headphones with hundreds of other party-goers. This Halloween-themed, museum-wide Silent Disco Party will feature surprises at every turn and two dueling DJs bumping music only heard through headphones. A full cash bar will be available and the best costumes will win big prizes.
Sistah Sinema A Vow of Silence (MOCA Cleveland)
On 11/5/2015

The short film Vow of Silence tells the story of Jade, a heartbroken composer who takes a vow of silence to win back the heart of Isis, her true love. In her struggle to reconnect with Isis, she meets Jaxson, an outgoing musician. Utilizing music, magic, and silence, Jade finds her voice in the place she least expects it. In her inability to speak, Jade communicates her pain, weakness, power, and joy through music.

After the screening, filmmaker, composer and director Be Steadwell will hold a Q&A followed by a live music performance. With roots in jazz vocals, acapella, and folk, Be composes a soulful blend of genres in what she calls “queerpop.” In her live performances, she utilizes loop pedal vocal layering and beat boxing to compose her songs on stage.
Off the Ruling Class (MOCA Cleveland)
On 11/12/2015

Art matters. The 1970 bombing of the Cleveland Museum of Art’s Auguste Rodin statue The Thinker reinforced art’s symbolic power for a community. The destruction of art objects continues today as a political, religious, or cultural act of aggression. This panel discussion will use The Thinker bombing and Nevet Yitzhak’s new work, OFF THE RULING CLASS, as a springboard to explore the effects of cultural terrorism and the power of icons in secular society, issues that remain extremely relevant in light of the increased destruction of ancient artifacts and monuments in the Middle East.
ARTSCAPE 2015: Preview Party (MOCA Cleveland)
On 11/13/2015

MOCA Cleveland is hosts its 11th year of ARTSCAPE – the premier juried design and gift event in the midwest! This design event will feature work from regional and national artists, and design innovators.

ARTSCAPE features a curated selection of artists and vendors selling the best jewelry, accessories, and gifts for your holiday shopping.
Points of View: Architecture and Migration (MOCA Cleveland)
On 1/7/2016

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All exhibitions and programs are subject to change without notice.
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