Body and Place: Marymount University Student and Alumni Exhibition

On View: January 29 - March 26, 2022

Jenkins Community Gallery

Body and Place, Marymount University Student and Alumni Exhibition brings together the work of three current Marymount art students and two recent Marymount alumni, bridging the gap between art student and artist. The drawings, paintings, prints, and digital work explore trauma, transformation, and growth, notions of place, space, and isolation, and an acute awareness of the everyday. This exhibition creates community amongst the solitary nature of our current time and enables a continuity and connection between the delicate transition and potency of being an advanced art student and a recent art graduate. Featured artists include alumni Justin Rice-Moore and Elinor Thomas, and students A’nnah Howard, Ashleigh McGuire, and Caitlin Taylor.

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An Adventure of Being

Extended to February 11, 2024

Smith & Meyer Galleries
Featured Artists: Vincent Cy Chen, Nicki Cherry, Jeremy Olson, and Stephanie J. Williams

An Adventure of Being explores blurred boundaries, physical breakdown, and states of in-between-ness. The painting, sculpture, and installations included in the exhibition incorporate materials and forms that bring to mind living beings.

2024 Art Classes for Kids, Teens, and Adults!

Register now! Classes begin January 21!

Whether you are giving the gift of creativity this year to a friend or family member, or you plan to set a new year’s resolution to get back into creating, sign up today to secure your spot in one of MoCA’s wonderful programs! From drawing and painting to ceramics and mixed media, you are sure to find an inspiring art class.

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.