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Museum of Contemporary Art at North Miami

770 N.E. 125th St., North Miami, FL

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1-(305)-893-6211

Website:
www.mocanomi.org

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MOCA Makers

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MOCA Makers is an adult workshop program taught by local artists in the MOCA Pavilion. Guests will participate in a unique, hands-on interactive art class on the third Saturday of every month. Collage Creations – Join local working artist, Shawna Moulton, to create paper works inspired by AFRICOBRA. This program aims to bring traditional papermaking and new art techniques to a one class workshop, allowing guests to make and take their own unique creations. Limit of 10 participants.

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• Sat 1/19/19 at 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Jazz at MOCA: The French Horn Collective

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Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami (MOCA) is thrilled to welcome back The French Horn Collective as part of the monthly “Jazz at MOCA” series. The French Horn Collective is an energetic and progressive band that performs an extensive variety of Gypsy Jazz, Swing and modern original French music throughout South Florida. Led by Parisian musician, multi-instrumentalist, composer, singer and songwriter, Vincent Raffard, the diverse group consists of highly talented musicians from various musical backgrounds. Prior to the performance, guests and their families are invited to enjoy a “Family Fun” event from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. outside of MOCA’s Pavilion Gallery where they can participate in a free arts and crafts project. Guests will get a preview for the upcoming MOCA Mini Makers, which is held the first Saturday of every month from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. for children ages 6 – 12. The event is first come, first serve and supplies are limited. Guests may also enjoy MOCA’s groundbreaking exhibition “AFRICOBRA: Messages to the People,” celebrating the Chicago-based AFRICOBRA collective, in conjunction with the group’s 50th anniversary by donation from 7:00 – 10:00 p.m. during Jazz at MOCA. AFRICOBRA’s visual language is defined by the use of text, bright "Coolade" colors, dynamic, gestural markings, and raw, emotive, celebratory images of confident black figures. This historic exhibition will explore the founders’ individual careers and the artists who exhibited with them between 1968-1973 as well as how AFRICOBRA’s philosophy manifested into their works as a group. The exhibition will be on display through April 7.

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• Fri 1/25/19 at - 8:00 PM