This event has been canceled. Message from Director Eli Burke follows:
MOCA Tucson values the safety of our visitors, program participants and the community, above all else. Due to growing concerns over the spread of COVID-19, recent travel restrictions put into place and global health advisories, MOCA Tucson will suspend all education programming until we can reassess the status of this health crisis.
Stay tuned for future communication about when our regular programming will resume. And please feel free to contact me directly with any questions or concerns over these recent changes at 520-269-6119 or firstname.lastname@example.org
I will miss seeing you all this week! Please keep in touch and check in. I will send out another email once we work out a date for programming to resume. If any of you want to pick-up your projects to continue working on them you are welcome to. Just let me know. Otherwise they are safe in the education space at MOCA.
This 10-week intergenerational arts program invites LGBTQIA+ individuals age 13-99 into the museum space to connect and create through current themes explored in contemporary art. This spring we are creating mixed media portraits inspired by the paintings of Amir Fallah. Stay Gold is aimed at creating an equitable and inclusive environment that fosters deeper connections within the LGBTQIA+ community by bringing youth, seniors, and ages in between together to make art. You do not need to have any previous art experience to participate. Spring 2020 facilitators: Harrison Orr and Eli Burke
JAN 21-MAR 17
NEXT: TUE, MAR 17 CANCELED
265 South Church Ave
(across from TCC in the old fire station)
FREE. MOCA Tucson provides art supplies, snacks, and passes for public transportation. There is free parking across from the museum after 5pm.
Questions? Contact Eli Burke at 520-624-5019 or email
This program is provided free-of-charge thanks to the Robert Barber Fund for Children’s Creativity, Alliance Fund and Aroha Philanthropies.