MOCA Shakes Up Miami Culture

The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), North Miami invites guests to become a MOCA Shaker on Wednesday, October 25 and enjoy a Silent Disco Party. The MOCA Shakers series features unique, after-hours experiences for those who enjoy art, culture and meeting new people.  Attendees will enjoy after-hours access to the exhibition “Edouard Duval-Carrié: Metamorphosis,” as well as drinks from Oak & Cane American Craft Rum, and bites from Café Crème.  Event partners include Soundoff™, Oak & Cane American Craft Rum, and Café Crème.  
The MOCA Shakers enjoy a schedule of unique and exclusive events centered on cultural happenings and exhibition openings.
 
“Metamorphosis” features 37 new paintings and sculptures by Edouard Duval-Carrié, who is Haitian-born but calls Miami home. Centering on the symbolic and cultural histories of Haiti and the Caribbean, Duval-Carrié’s artistic themes are many variations on the historic life of the region, blending his distinct aesthetic with the everyday. Curated by Anthony Bogues, Ph.D. and Professor of Africana Studies at Brown University, the exhibition is on display Sept. 7–Nov. 5, 2017. 
For more information and to RSVP, visit mocanomi.org or call 305-893-6211. To sign up for a MOCA Shakers membership, visit mocanomi.org/membership. 
Sofia Vazquez

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