Just steps from historic James Weldon Johnson Park in downtown Jacksonville, Florida, MOCA Jacksonville is a Cultural Institute of the University of North Florida.
May Art Walk Highlight:
MOCA will host UNF’s Baobab Black Arts in our theater during the upcoming Artwalk. Below is the description and here is the link to their page. Admission is free.
Wednesday, May 4, 6-8 p.m. (MOCA Jacksonville)
Poetry: Luminaries and Rising Stars
A poetry reading featuring a lineup of some of Jacksonville’s most exciting voices. Hosted by Mark Ari, poetry brings together current luminaries and rising stars whose work represents the broad but distinctive flavor that makes Jacksonville’s poetry scene one of the nation’s most vital: Yvette Angelique (accompanied by Kinney Harold, Tiffany Melanson, Alisha Lockley, and Rashad Hawkins.
We will also be holding our monthly Made @ MOCA class, our free dynamic drop-in art class designed for creative of all ages, skill levels, and abilities.
MOCA will have activities and entertainment on the first floor of the museum during each and every First Wednesday Art Walk. As well as free access to the galleries.
*Currently, MOCA has a capacity limit of 100 people at a time.*