MOA’s Indoor galleries will be closed until May 8th as we transition for our next exhibition “Sculpture, Painting and Snapshots: 37 years of Acquisitions from the MOA Collection”.
Announcement about the Robert Rauschenberg Exhibition:
“Due to circumstances outside of MOA’s control, we have decided to delay the Robert Rauschenberg exhibition until Spring of 2020. One of the major collectors to the exhibition had last minute complications with loaning the work, which prevents us from providing the best possible exhibition for our patrons.
In lieu of the Robert Rauschenberg exhibition, we will be showcasing selections from our indoor permanent collection. This will allow visitors to experience a variety of artworks, many by local and international artists, that normally would not be on display. This exhibition will open in May and run through July (exact dates TBD) and is free to the public. Visit moaonline.org for forthcoming details about the MOA Permanent Collection Exhibition.”
Call for Entry for emerging artists film/animation under 5 minutes to our new Pop-Up Mobile Theatre, Cricket Cinema
Click here for Call Details
Deadline to apply is May 13th
MOA is a forerunner in the placement of site-specific sculpture in Colorado. Our art collection is located within various public locations throughout the Denver metro area. From commercial office parks to botanic gardens, city parks and traditional sculpture gardens; art is placed to interpret space as “a museum without walls.” Foremost, MOA believes in ‘making art a part of everyday life.’
MOA is headquartered at the Englewood Civic Center in the heart of Englewood. MOA also offers INDOOR galleries, studios and special events and programs. Please feel free to stop by for a visit or contact us anytime.
MOA’s galleries and outdoor collections are always free to attend.
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