MoCA on the Move at Met Park: reCREATE Outside

Tuesdays / 9am-11am

Explore new styles and techniques with the guidance of artists during reCREATE Outside. Taking place in the beautiful Community Garden space of Met Park, join us any time between 9 and 11am, and get inspired.

 Programming is free.

Programming runs through the end of October. Scheduling is subject to change. Follow us here details and events are updated. 

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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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Programming and space generously sponsored by Amazon

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