Advance, Timed Tickets Required

Museum Hours, beginning July 11
Wednesdays-Mondays, 10am-6pm, closed Tuesdays
Wednesdays + Sundays, 10-11am: eldery and immuno-compromised admission hour

  • Your next visit to the museum requires advance, timed tickets purchased through our website here.
  • Once you’ve purchased museum admission, be sure to also make reservations to visit James Turrell: Into the Light and to see the art of Wendy Red Star in Kidspace, MASS MoCA’s child-centric gallery (that adults love!). There is no additional charge to enter the James Turrell galleries. Admission to Kidspace is always free.
  • All MASS MoCA staff will be wearing masks and a smile (even if you can’t see it!). Face coverings are required for all museum visitors at all times.
  • MASS MoCA has heightened cleaning protocols across campus. You’ll find hand sanitizer in generous supply across the museum campus, in addition to many other interventions to ensure the safety of all visitors, staff, and artists.
  • By purchasing a ticket to join MASS MoCA’s visitors, staff, and artists at the museum, you agree to follow this COVID Courtesy Code while you’re on campus.
  • Stay safe, and enjoy the art!
MUSEUM ADMISSION

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Treya Lam: July 18

Singer-songwriter Treya Lam’s classical training shines through her every musical move. An avid guitar player, who came of age under the influence of female dynamos Cat Power and Feist, Lam merges dynamic, technical precision with dreamy vocals and languid melodies. Be here when Lam’s lush Nina Simone-inspired arrangements fill our brick-lined concert courtyard.

Saturday, July 18, 8:30pm 

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Members Get In First

Members are invited to join us on July 10 to be the very first visitors to return to MASS MoCA! We welcome members back to explore the museum galleries this Friday, before we open to everyone else on Saturday. The member love continues on Saturday, July 11, with a Members-Only performance by reggae-pop band SayReal and first look at our totally reimagined concert courtyard. There’s never been a better time to be a MASS MoCA member. Become a member right now to be among the first to visit MASS MoCA this weekend!

Members-Only Preview: Advance, Timed Tickets Required (even for members!)
Friday, July 10, 10am-6pm

SayReal
Members-Only Performance
Saturday, July 11, 8:30pm

 

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Blane De St. Croix: opens July 11

A massive installation that towers to the ceiling and barrels into the floor below, How to Move a Landscape is artist Blane De St. Croix’s largest and most ambitious exhibition to date. The result of years of fieldwork and collaboration with leading climate scientists, the exhibition explores climate change and the precarious nature of the world around us.

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Wendy Red Star: opens July 11

Multimedia artist Wendy Red Star’s Apsáalooke: Children of the Large-Beaked Bird provides an opportunity for adults and children alike to look at history and representation with fresh eyes. Make a reservation here to see her work in Kidspace, MASS MoCA’s child-centric gallery. Admission to Kidspace is always free, but reservations are now required.

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Kissing through a Curtain: opens July 11

In Kissing through a Curtain, ten contemporary artists address boundaries and attempts to communicate across them: not just between different languages, but also nations, cultures, media, bodies, and individual minds. Throughout the exhibition, the artists reflect on timely, urgent questions about who has access to which ideas, spaces, and histories.
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What’s Now. What’s Next.

JULY 18

Treya Lam/ON VIEW/

ERREON VIEW/

James Turrell/ON VIEW/

Ledelle Moe/ON VIEW/

Ad Minoliti/ON VIEW/Sol LeWitt

/ON VIEW/Gamaliel Rodríguez/

ON VIEWJenny Holzer

Notes From the Mill

What your fellow MASS MoCA fans are saying:

“I’m going this week during the “senior” hours 10-11:30. So psyched to be back in my favorite museum😁” — Carrie, Facebook

“Can’t wait!!!” — Leigh, Instagram

“See you on the 10th!” — Lori, Facebook

“Our family is so excited!” — Sarah, Instagram

Make your own plan for a socially distanced visit to the museum galleries here.

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MASS MoCA
1040 MASS MoCA Way | North Adams, Massachusetts 01247 | 413.662.2111
massmoca.org | info@massmoca.org

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McDonough & Conroy Architects

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MASS MoCA SUPPORT

This program is supported by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Core education funding at MASS MoCA is provided by the W.L.S. Spencer Foundation. Major support is generously provided by The Willow Tree Fund. Additional support is provided by 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.

Major support for Blane de St. Croix: How to Move a Landscape is provided by Scott and Ellen Hand with additional support from the National Endowment for the Arts. Catalog support is provided in part by the Joan Mitchell Foundation. The artist would also like to thank the following for their support of this exhibition: The Brian Wall Foundation, The Pollock-Krasner Foundation, The New York Foundation for the Arts, The Efroymson Family Fund, The Puffin Foundation, The Smithsonian Institute (SARF), Dieu Donné, The Foundation for Contemporary Art, and PolyQuest, Inc.

Major support for Kissing through a Curtain is provided by the Artist’s Resource Trust (A.R.T.) Fund, a fund of Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation. SAHA provided production support for Aslı Çavuşoğlu.

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