Summer Exhibitions Opening Reception & Community Day

Saturday / June 22 / 3-9pm

Arlington Arts Center’s summer exhibitions will open with a family-friendly event on June 22! Join us from 3 to 6pm for a community day to celebrate the opening of Amanda Browder’s monumental fabric installation, City of Threads, with snacks and art projects for children of all ages. The party continues from 6 to 9pm with the opening of our three new summer exhibitions, Transitional Objects, Jen Noone: Sort of, Kind of, Almost, and Jason Horowitz: Ashton Heights Re/Seen. Grab a drink with the exhibiting artists and stop by our resident artists’ studios to see what they have been working on this spring.

Transitional Objects artists: Kyle Bauer, Calder Brannock, Dexter Ciprian, Emily Culver, Liz Ensz, Kyle Hittmeier, Trish Tillman, and Holly Trout.

**Please note there will be a cash bar from 6 to 9pm. All drinks will be $5.**

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In Conversation: Nekisha Durrett + Zaq Landsberg

Saturday / April 27 / 1pm-3pm

Innovation Studio + Store

Join artists Zaq Landsberg and Nekisha Durrett for a conversation about the rewards and challenges of public art and the complex nature of monuments and memorials.

Performances by Isa Leal & Liz Ensz + Skye Fort in conversation with NO GRIDS NO MASTERS

Saturday / April 20 / 6pm-8pm

MoCA Arlington

An evening of performances by Isa Leal and Liz Ensz + Skye Fort in conversation with Ensz’s exhibition NO GRIDS NO MASTERS currently on view at MoCA Arlington.

2024 Art Classes for Kids, Teens, and Adults!

Register now! Classes begin April 7!

Less than 2 weeks left to register! Sign up today to secure your spot in one of MoCA Arlington’s award-winning programs! From drawing and painting to ceramics and mixed media, you are sure to find an inspiring art class. Enrich your creative journey with our talented instructors and explore the world of art in a fun and supportive environment.

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