Auditory After Hours: Jason Moran

Saturday, February 6, 13 & 20
7pm, 7:30pm & 8pm

“The combination of music and art made me feel like I was in a dream. Really transported us to another place.— Jennifer, Auditory After Hours visitor

The limitlessly innovative pianist, composer, and bandleader Jason Moran has always taken jazz to new places—whether collaborating with world-class visual artists, mounting a solo exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art, or as Artistic Advisor for Jazz at the Kennedy Center. Now he brings it to the MASS MoCA galleries with a selection of music specially designed for Sol LeWitt: A Wall Drawing Retrospective. LeWitt’s patterns have inspired Moran since early in his career; in Moran’s own words, this Auditory After Hours set is geared toward “breaking the grid”—whether you enjoy it in LeWitt or any of our expansive galleries. Our minds are blown in advance. 

ON SALE: Friday, January 22, 12pm


In Session

Thursday, January 21, 6pm EST

Why should art institutions move toward the work of anti-racism and social change? What are an art institution’s responsibilities toward BIPOC audiences when hosting challenging work concerning violence enacted against Black and Brown bodies? What is an art institution’s role in providing context around a work of art? Tune in tomorrow to hear museum leaders discuss these questions and more at our second In Session panel discussion focused on anti-racist work in museums. 

Free for all, the discussion will be streamed live on MASS MoCA’s YouTube channel and Facebook page.


MASS MoCA From Home

Launching Saturday, January 23

Whether you visited the galleries last week or haven’t been for a while, amplify your MASS MoCA experience with MASS MoCA From Home, an online hub for all (virtual) things MASS MoCA. Explore the Sol LeWitt galleries with an all-new interactive 3D tour, tune in to community performances (popping up for just the weekend to kick things off!), get your creative juices flowing with classic ArtBar specials, and so much more.



Artist Roundtable: Reimagining Care of Indigenous Objects

Tuesday, January 26, 6-7:15pm EST

Join Kidspace exhibiting artist Wendy Red Star, guest curator of the first module of CARE SYLLABUS—a justice-oriented public education and community resource developed by MASS MoCA and MCLA—for a roundtable discussion about shifting practices of care in collections of indigenous culture. Panelists include artists Tanis S’eiltin and Peter Morin, as well as Christine Oricchio, Collections Specialist at the National Museum of the American Indian.


Ledelle Moe: When

On view through January 24

When does that thing that only the best art can do: remain constant while the world wobbles in shaky orbit, revealing something new with every lurch.” — Murray Whyte, The Boston Globe

See it for the first time or come say goodbye to an old friend—this is the last weekend to view Ledelle Moe: When.

Advance, timed tickets required


Let’s Be Great

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service is a point for us all to deepen our commitment to serving others. Regardless of your circumstances, you can make a positive difference in your community.

Below are just some of our local organizations providing services to Berkshire communities in need. Learn about the vital work they’re doing and how you can get involved to support their efforts:


“A breath of fresh air.

— Jess, MASS MoCA visitor

Museum Hours:
Thursdays-Mondays, 10am-5pm
Closed Tuesdays + Wednesdays

Advance, timed tickets required


What’s Now. What’s Next.


Ledelle Moe (through January 24)
James Turrell
Kissing through a Curtain
Ad Minoliti
Wendy Red Star
Barbara Ernst Prey
Gamaliel Rodríguez
Joe Wardwell


Assets for Artists has announced its Spring 2021 webinars! The 11 fresh webinars are for artists in MA, RI, and CT and include a brand new offering for performing artists surviving the COVID shutdown and another about collaborating with an anti-oppression lens.

See the full line-up here.

The health and safety of all MASS MoCA visitors, staff, and artists are 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.




AAQ / Resource: Joseph Pagac Architect


MASS MoCA Support

Ledelle Moe: When is made possible through leadership support from Xtina and James R. Parks. Additional support has been received from the Henry Moore Foundation.

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.

Images: Top row: Lisa Dent, Cameron Shaw (photo: Matt Sayles), Tracy Moore. Bottom Row: Eric Shiner, Cecile Shellman, Dr. Mindy Fullilove | Detail from Wendy Red Star, Baaitchi (Good Things), 2020, from Bíiluuke (Our Side) series | Installation view of Ledelle Moe: When | Perfectly Clear (Ganzfeld), 1991 gift of Jennifer Turrell © James Turrell, Photo by Florian Holzherr