MoCA on the Move at Met Park: No Experience Required

Sundays / 10am - 12pm

Fun for the whole family! No Experience Required offers playful art making activities for children (and their curious adults) every Sunday morning.

There will be collaborative, community-built art works, and opportunities to “make and take” works, too. With frozen coffee treats from Rossana, live musical entertainment, bubbles, and featured Artist Spotlights happening throughout the series, there is sure to be something for everyone — join us!

Metropolitan Park is located at 1400 S Eads St. Arlington, VA 22202. Programming is free.

Activities and performances are subject to change. Come back and follow us here as the schedule continues to update through the end of October! 

 

MoCA on the Move at Met Park is a series of free, pop-up art events hosted by MoCA Arlington at Met Park from June through October 2023. Join us!

Sundays: 10am – 12pm, No Experience Required
Tuesdays: 9am-11am,  reCREATE Outside
Thursdays: 4:30pm-6:30pm, Happy Hour

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Liz Ensz: NO GRIDS NO MASTERS

March 30 - May 26, 2024

NO GRIDS NO MASTERS: a Post-Cartesian Experiment is an exploration and contestation of the grid and the structured set of worldviews that are embedded in it. Incorporating digital and traditional weaving, sculpture, found objects, and transformed cast materials, the installation reflects the artist’s intense engagement with material.

Artist Talk: Clarissa Pezone

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In experimental film and multimedia installation, Federico Cuatlacuatl explores transborder indigenous Nahua identities. His work envisions indigenous futurity as a means of thinking about history, diasporic legacies, and cultural identities.

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