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Museum Hours

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Thursdays-Mondays, 10am-5pm

Holiday Hours:
December 31-January 4

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Advance, timed tickets required

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Next Week: ArtBar Specials

Virtual art-making Monday – Friday

Get ready to create, Kidspace is releasing virtual ArtBar Specials each day next week, December 28 through January 1. Ring in the new year while making new projects each day (plus an old ArtBar Box favorite!). Follow the link below and see if you can guess the artwork from the materials lists and the clues provided.

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Laurie Anderson

Expanded works
on view

Ever wonder how Laurie Anderson conceives of her projects and performances? A new exhibition gives a peek behind the curtain, with drawings, stills from performances, and selections from her archive.

Advance, timed tickets required

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Museum Town

Streaming now

“A deceptively breezy retrospective on MASS MoCA‘s unlikely success; [Museum Town] illuminates how and to what extent art and cultural institutions can help revive communities under duress.” — Hyperallergic

With appearances by artists ranging from James Turrell to David Byrne, narration by Meryl Streep, and a soundtrack from John Stirratt of Wilco, Museum Town tells a tale of great risk, hope, and power of art to transform a post-industrial city. Find an independent cinema near you streaming it below.

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In Session

Recorded panel discussion

If you missed the live stream of our first In Session panel discussion, you can still watch the full recording on MASS MoCA‘s YouTube channel. Moderated by artist M. Carmen Lane, panelists Nick Cave, Shaun Leonardo, Steve Locke, and Xaviera Simmons discuss how museums and artists represent Black and Brown trauma in artwork, exhibitions, and performances, and how they should navigate the resulting implications and challenges.

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Support Your Museum

This year we were wonderstruck by the strength of MASS MoCA’s community as thousands joined together to keep the museum afloat. Now, as 2020 comes to a close, we ask for your support once again.

Help ensure that MASS MoCA is ready to embrace tomorrow, whatever adventures it may bring. And we’ll celebrate together again soon.

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From CARE SYLLABUS:

Behind the scenes of Apsáalooke: Children of the Large-Beaked Bird 

Wendy Red Star sat down with Laura Thompson, Director of Education at MASS MoCA and Curator of Kidspace, to discuss the making of her current Kidspace exhibition Apsáalooke: Children of the Large-Beaked Bird.

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Auditory After Hours: Sylvan Esso

Saturday, January 9, 16 & 23
7pm, 7:30pm & 8pm

Sylvan Esso brings our galleries to new vibrant life during the next Auditory After Hours, which features a recorded live modular set incorporating sounds from the duo’s past albums. Tickets on sale beginning Wednesday, December 30, at 3pm.

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What’s Now. What’s Next.

ON VIEW

James Turrell
Shaun Leonardo (through January 4)
Ad Minoliti
Wendy Red Star
Ledelle Moe (through January 24)
Blane De St. Croix
Ben Ripley
Louise Bourgeois

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NOTES FROM THE MILL

The health and safety of all MASS MoCAvisitors, staff, and artists is our top priority. Advanced timed tickets, masks, and social distancing are all required while visiting. Learn more about the safety measures MASS MoCA has in place here and read our COVID Courtesy Code here.

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MASS MoCA Support

Programming at MASS MoCA is made possible in part by the Barr Foundation, Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation, and Mass Cultural Council.

MASS MoCA is also supported by the New England Foundation for the Arts through the New England Arts Resilience Fund, part of the United States Regional Arts Resilience Fund, an initiative of the U.S. Regional Arts Organizations and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, with major funding from the federal CARES Act from the National Endowment for the Arts.

Core funding is provided by the W.L.S. Spencer Foundation.

Major support is generously provided by The Willow Tree Fund. Additional support is provided by the Institute for Museum and Library Services; Samantha and Daniel Becker; John B. DeRosa; The Feigenbaum Foundation; Timur Galen and Linda Genereux; MountainOne; National Endowment for the Arts; the Ruth E. Proud Charitable Trust; and The Milton and Dorothy Sarnoff Raymond Foundation in memory of Sandy and Lynn Laitman.

Support is also provided by Anonymous (2); Berkshire Bank; Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation and the Adams Cheshire Educational Partnership, Cooper Meadow Fund, Gateway Fund, and William J. and Margery S. Barrett Fund; Joyce Bernstein and Lawrence Rosenthal; Guido’s Fresh Marketplace; the Arthur I. and Susan Maier Fund, Inc.; and Mass Cultural Council.

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