Fritz Haeg's 'Salon Colada' is part of MOCA's 'Convention' exhibition. Photo courtesy of the artist.
On Saturday, June 20, students 13 to 22 can experience Culture Shock MOCA Madness, an interactive event celebrating the Convention exhibition, one of the most innovative exhibitions of the season at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) 770 NE 125th St., North Miami.
The event is from noon to 3 p.m. and includes lunch by Pollo Tropical and an exclusive, behind-the-scenes presentation. Tickets are just $5 from Culture Shock Miami.
Culture Shock MOCA Madness is a partnership between Culture Shock Miami, a nonprofit organization that provides $5 tickets to cultural events in Miami to students ages 13 through 22, and MOCA. Students can buy one additional ticket for $5 for a parent or older friend.
Culture Shock MOCA Madness will include a tour meet-and-greet with MOCA Executive Director Bonnie Clearwater, MOCA Assistant Curator Ruba Katrib and MOCA Curator of Education Dr. Adrienne von Lates. A live DJ and a bento box lunch will be provided. The event will include a scavenger hunt with prizes. All attendees will get a souvenir CD with Convention photos and music tracks.