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MMoCA Seeking Docents to Engage Young Visitors

The Madison Museum of Contemporary Art (MMoCA) invites community members to join a very important volunteer team—the museum’s docent corps. This welcoming group of trained volunteers engages visitors with works of art on view at...

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MMoCA Unveils Details for Fall Gallery Night

MADISON, WI—On October 6, Gallery Night will take place, engaging thousands across the Greater-Madison area in an evening of art and community. This unique event creates free opportunities to connect with others, explore...

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MMoCA Unveils Details for Fall Gallery Night

MADISON, WI—On October 7, Gallery Night will be celebrated at more than 60 venues as lovers of art, culture, and community flow into galleries, museums, coffee shops, restaurants, and other local businesses to enjoy a...

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MMoCA Announces Fall Events

MADISON, WI—Each year, nearly 500,000 people engage with modern and contemporary art through Madison Museum of Contemporary Art (MMoCA) exhibitions and events. By offering lively, engaging, and meaningful events, often...

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Disability Pride takes a look at the movement for disability justice, its role in queer justice, and why accessibility has to be a basic human right.

The Echo Chamber of Pandemic Grief

Loss is already hard enough, but when compounded by isolation and sociopolitical tensions it can be more challenging to find closure. After losing her grandfather early in the pandemic, Sami Schalk unpacks the process of pandemic grief.

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