Atlanta Baroque Orchestra free event!
75 Bennett Street, Suite A2
Atlanta, GA 30309
Free for members
Free for children under 6
Free for US military w/ID
$8 general admission
$5 for students w/ID
$5 for /seniors 65+
Tuesday-Saturday: 10am - 5pm
closed Sunday, Monday
closed April, major holidays
Scheduled closings 2014
September 16-26 (only upstairs)
December 2-10 (only upstairs)
Available Tuesday-Friday by reservation
Admission fees apply
MOCA GA's upstairs galleries will be closed
for installation of new exhibitions, September 16 - 26th.
The Education/Research Center gallery and library will remain open.
E. K. Huckaby, Intangible Agendae (detail), 2014, oil on panel, 70 x 58 inches
2013/2014 Working Artist Project
Exhibition Dates: September 27 - November 29, 2014
Opening Reception on Saturday, September 27th, 7-9pm, general admission
Artist Talk on Tuesday, October 14th, 6:30pm Reception, 7pm Talk begins, free admission
Anhydjinnic Molassicism is the second in the series of three exhibitions by the 2013/2014 Working Artist Project (WAP) winners selected by the guest juror, Franklin Sirmans, the Terri and Michael Smooke Department Head and Curator of Contemporary Art from The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA). Learn more >>
glo + Paper-Cut-Project
gestures that soon will disappear
Exhibition dates: October 4 - November 29, 2014
gestures... is a continuation of suite of physical installations grappling with community empowerment and the perceptions of art and objects in public spaces vs. museum institutions. Learn more >>
Lainey Papageorge: A Retrospective
40 years of jewelry design
Exhibition dates: October 11 - November 8, 2014
This first-ever retrospective exhibition of jewelry by designer Lainey Papageorge will present a major survey of important pieces from around the country.
MOCA GA EDUCATION/RESEARCH CENTER
Grand opening of 7,000 square feet expansion!
Increased public access to MOCA GA's complete art library, permanent collection, and historical archives. With more room for the permanent collection to be on view to the public and providing more space for tours, community meetings and educational programming. Read more and visit the E/RC >>