Summer Exhibitions Opening Reception

Saturday / July 9 / 6pm - 9pm EST

Join AAC for a reception to celebrate our summer exhibitions and enjoy open studios with our resident artists!

A Journey Not Soon Forgotten, organized by guest curator Thomas F. James, opens in the main floor and lower level galleries. The exhibition includes work by nine artists: Jessica Elena Aquino, Antonius-Tin Bui & Theresa-Xuan Bui, Ainsley Burrows, Lehna Huie, Sam Husseini, Thiang Uk, Fahimeh Vahdat, You Wu, and Helen Zughaib.

In the Wyatt Resident Artist Gallery, Sarah Hardesty: Time Binding is resident artist Sarah Hardesty’s first solo show since becoming an AAC resident. In the Jenkins Community Gallery, New Visions, Vibrant Memories features work by Simone Agoussoye, Doug Ball, Hasnain Bhatti, Courtney Nguyen, and Will Salha, the five artists who have studios at the Art Studios @ ARC3409, two blocks from Arlington Arts Center.

The summer exhibitions opening reception takes place on July 9 from 6pm-9pm at Arlington Arts Center. Masks are recommended while inside AAC’s building and not eating or drinking and required to enter artist studios. Registration is required and capacity will be limited. Guests are asked to register for timed entry at 6pm, 7pm, or 8pm.

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Golden: Fifty Years of New Classics

June 15 - September 8, 2024

Curated by Al Miner
Museum of Contemporary Art Arlington is proud to present Golden: Fifty Years of New Classics, an exhibition celebrating the organization’s 50th anniversary.

Summer Camp Registration

June 17 – August 16

Museum of Contemporary Art Arlington offers a wonderful and wide range of creative summer camps for your creative students! Camps are offered for kids starting at age 5 and up to teens ages 18.

Zaq Landsberg: Reclining Liberty

August 5, 2023 - July 28, 2024

Front Lawn
MoCA Arlington and Arlington Public Art are thrilled to co-sponsor the installation of Zaq Landsberg’s celebrated Reclining Liberty on the Museum’s front lawn.