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10/23/2016 ArtSquad Plays! Preschool Playdate (MOCA Cleveland)
On 10/23/2016

Free and open to all. Registration required, contact Elizabeth Culp at 216.421.8671.

Calling MOCA’s youngest art lovers! Bring your grown-up to play and create at the Museum! Preschoolers 3 + 4 years old explore, move to, and celebrate today’s art and ideas in bite-sized pieces.
Silent Disco: American Horror Story Edition (MOCA Cleveland)
On 10/28/2016

$15 advance | $20 door | $5 off for members

At the Silent Disco, no one can hear you scream. Back by popular demand, dance the night away donning wireless headphones with hundreds of other undead party-goers at this American Horror Story-themed Silent Disco Party. Two dueling DJs shake your bones with music heard only through headphones. Freak pop-up performances and spectral surprises will haunt you all night. We’re dying to award your best costume. Headsets have been upgraded for this party, so buy your tickets early!
Bare Threads: Petra Singh and Joakim Andreasson (MOCA Cleveland)
On 12/8/2016

Free for Members | $10 General Admission

What does it take to get the world’s leading contemporary artists to create carpets? In this exclusive conversation, two creative leaders working at the cutting-edge of artist-designed carpets discuss their unique experiences. Since founding Equator Production in 1985, Petra Singh has married contemporary practice with traditional artistry, commissioning international artists such as Rosemarie Trockel and Albert Oehlen to create limited-edition signature designs that are hand-made by experienced Tibetan weavers. In his role as curator of Henzel Studio: Collaborations, Joakim Andreasson has engaged artists from Richard Prince to Mickalene Thomas to create original, dynamic carpet designs that push the envelope of form and function. In conversation with MOCA Deputy Director Megan Lykins Reich, Singh and Andreasson will reveal the intricacies of navigating between the worlds of art, design, manufacturing, and even politics, to produce incredible works of woven art.