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MOCA TUCSON – MOCA Summer Camp 2019

  • MOCA Summer Camp 2019
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    MOCA Tucson offers a safe, fun, and inspiring space this summer for youth to create, engage, and explore. Camp will be facilitated by MOCA staff as well as local educators and artists with art supplies and snacks provided.

    This summer MOCA Tucson will offer THREE summer camp sessions. MOCA’s summer camp offer a unique opportunity for your child to learn about installation art – including performance and video! This camp focuses on developing critical thinking skills and problem solving. Youth are invited to explore new materials and space as they are challenged to create an installation with multimedia components.

    Youth ages 8-13
    Session 1: June 10-14
    Session 2: June 17-21
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    Teens ages 14-18 
    Session 3: June 25 – June 29
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    Camps run from 12-4 p.m with optional aftercare available until 5 pm for $25/week.

    Cost: 
    Household income above $35,000 – $75/week
    Household income under $35,000 – Pay what you can

    Campers will be chosen by a lottery system. All applications received before May 15th will be entered into the lottery. All payments due before the beginning of camp. Spots will be offered to campers on the waitlist if payments not made by this date.

    Please feel free to email Eli Burke, Education Director, with any questions: eli@moca-tucson.org

    MOCA Summer Camp is made possible through the support of the Robert Barber Fund for Children’s Creativity. 

    Join us on June 28th from 5-7pm for a FREE showcase exhibiting the work from all three summer camp sessions!

    MOCA Tucson inspires new ways of thinking through the cultivation, exhibition, and interpretation of contemporary art. MOCA Tucson is generously supported by The Arizona Commission on the Arts, the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, and through our members and donors.

    Visitor Information
    Wednesday – Sunday, 12-5pm

    Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Tucson
    265 S. Church Ave.
    Tucson, AZ 85701
    http://www.moca-tucson.org

    Copyright © 2016 Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Tucson, All rights reserved.


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The Screening Room – THE MEANING OF VANLIFE & Arizona International Film Festival | www.filmfestivalarizona.com

  • Encore Screening   
     
    THE MEANING OF VANLIFE

    a film about freedom on the open road

    Friday May 3 at 7:30pm
      The Screening Room, 127 East Congress (downtown)
    Jim Lounsbury, Australia, 2019, 88 min.
    “The Meaning of Vanlife” is an adventurous and revealing look into the Vanlife culture and community through the eyes of nomads who have chosen to live a life of freedom on the road. This documentary explores a growing movement that exemplifies a deeper societal trend towards minimalism and authentic community building.
    Best Foreign Documentary at the 2019 Arizona International Film Festival.
     
    Admission to the screening is $8. 
    Arizona International Film Festival | www.filmfestivalarizona.com
    The Screening Room, 127 East Congress, Tucson, AZ 85701

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