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Season Shutdown Party

June 03 2022

When 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Where Cleveland Institute of Art

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Celebrate the closing of the Winter/Spring 2022 Season and kick-off PRIDE in Cleveland across 3 locations: moCa, Cleveland Institute of Art, and The Grog Shop. Sip, snack, and enjoy a night of art, film, talks, and music. Explore the season's exhibitions by Puppies Puppies (Jade Kuriki Olivo), J.J. Adams, Jerome AB, Aram Han Sifuentes, Dana Oldfather, Robert Banks & Dexter Davis, and the last exhibition of Museum of Creative Human Art's institutional residency with moCa: Where We Overlap.

Exhibition & Hands-On Making

Join us for an exciting and engaging afternoon between moCa Cleveland and the Cleveland Institute of Art. Visit Reinberger’s We Want Everything and learn about the history of political graphics and the role radical production has played in social justice movements from around the world. The gallery has been transformed into an active printmaking workshop, complete with a communal RISO machine, button maker, and stamping station. Experience the exhibition hands-on by making a poster, a button, or stamping a bookmark.

Film Screening with Puppies Puppies (Jade Kuriki Olivo)

Celebrated artist and the second recipient of moCa’s biannual Toby’s Prize, Jade Kuriki Olivo, premieres a new film, LEXII FOXX AND ALETHIA RAEL • TRANS WOMEN AND TWO SPIRIT PEOPLE, at Cleveland Institute of Art's Peter B. Lewis Theater, followed by an audience Q+A with Kuriki Olivo and fellow artists Lexii Foxx and Alethia Rael.

The development of this film is one component of Kuriki Olivo’s project at moCa and highlights her commitment to the rights of Black, Indigenous, People of Color, transgender non-conforming, two-spirit+ communities.

For a listing of all events, please visit moCa's website.

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