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.— Jennifer, Auditory After Hours visitor

Come at night, wander the museum’s cavernous spaces after hours, and immerse yourself in a multi-sensory dream world that’s unlike anything you’ve ever experienced. The limitlessly innovative pianist, composer, and bandleader Jason Moran merges the visual and the sonic in an Auditory After Hours specially designed for and inspired by Sol LeWitt’s groundbreaking wall drawings. In Moran’s own words, this set is geared towards “breaking the grid”—whether enjoyed in the LeWitt exhibition or any of our expansive galleries.

Advance, timed tickets required


Sol LeWitt in 3D

Virtual interactive tour

Experience Sol LeWitt: A Wall Drawing Retrospective with an all-new interactive 3D tour—zoom in on the details of your favorite pieces, look back at the installation process with time-lapse videos, and uncover nuggets of knowledge and history as you virtually stroll through the winding galleries.


In Session

Recorded panel discussion

Thanks to all who tuned in to the second In Session panel last week; the enthusiastic engagement underscored the vital importance of combating racism and other forms of discrimination in museums and beyond. If you missed the livestream, you can still watch the full recorded discussion on MASS MoCA’s YouTube channel.


Made at MASS MoCA

Treya Lam

“I tried to make sure that I honored [Ledelle Moe’s] intentions…offering hope, solace, a point of  light for those who were in the gallery space.” — Treya Lam

In November 2020, we welcomed musician and composer Treya Lam into our studios and galleries as they returned to MASS MoCA to work on a site-specific audio/visual piece. In collaboration with Jason Chew (filmmaker) and Marie Lloyd Paspe (choreographer and movement artist ), as well as Bretony McGee (dancer) and s. lumbert (movement collaborator/movement artist), the piece — a year in the making — was filmed in Ledelle Moe’s exhibition Whenand uses music, movement, and film to explore themes of grief, migration, and the element of earth. Learn more about the artists’ process and their residency in our Made at MASS MoCA video.


“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.


Glenn Kaino (on view March 20)
James Turrell
Kissing through a Curtain
Ad Minoliti
Wendy Red Star
Close to You (on view April 2021)
Gamaliel Rodríguez
Joe Wardwell


“It’s the rich cross-history of bohemia and money, of creatives and cultural titans, that makes the Berkshires…an escape to one of the liveliest and most vital artistic hubs in the USA.” Condé Nast Traveler

Read the full article, Why the Berkshires, Massachusetts Should Be Your Next US Destination, from Condé Nast Traveler 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.





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