MoCA on the Move at Met Park: Celebrating Spring Family Series!

Sundays / 11am - 2pm / Met Park

We’ll be in the park every Sunday this spring with live music, food trucks, and hands-on art making activities for the whole family. Expect a diversity of activities and happenings! Held on “the green” at Metropolitan Park.  FREE

  • March 24: Create unique postcard prints with Block Print Bike // Music from the String Mamas
  • March 31: No event
  • April 7: Colorful tissue paper flower ornaments // Music from Spyros Koliavasilis
  • April 14: “Spring Shapes” postcard collage // Music from Laurel Halsey
  • April 21: Paint with artist, Zhenya Parish ,and practice “The Art of Letting Go!” // Music from Sean Tracy
  • April 28: Flower and butterfly ribbon wand making // Music from Duck Chuck Goose
  • May 5: Modeling clay creatures and flowers // Music from Evan Herring and Zachary John Broach
  • May 12: Stamped heart ornaments for Mom // Music from Emily Hall
  • May 19: DIY pinwheels // Music from Sean Tracy
  • May 26: Create CD Coasters and Light up Origami Tulip broaches with artist, Chris Combs // Music from Duck Chuck Goose

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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.

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.

Solace and Sisterhood

February 22 - May 26, 2024

Meyer & Smith Galleries
Solace and Sisterhood brings together the work of Lavett Ballard, Amber Robles-Gordon, and Evita Tezeno.