09jul12:00 pmSummer Kids Events: Zines with MOCA12:00 pm Bookmans Tucson Social Media
Finally, after the longest year of our lives, school is out, and it is summertime. Usually, during summer, you could catch some incredible, kid-friendly events in our stores each week.
Finally, after the longest year of our lives, school is out, and it is summertime. Usually, during summer, you could catch some incredible, kid-friendly events in our stores each week. This year, we are doing things a little differently. Each Friday at noon throughout summer, you can tune into any Bookmans Tucson Facebook and Instagram to watch some of our favorite local partners sharing their expertise.
Join MOCA and Bookmans Tucson for a zine-making cut and paste party! Zine is short for magazine. They are a D.I.Y publication that is independently produced and distributed. We are doing it the original way by cutting and gluing images. Grab your glue stick, some images to collage, and some scissors. After the event post your zine and tag Bookmans East, Bookmans Midtown, or Bookmans Northwest on Instagram and we’ll share your work!
Established by artists in 1997, MOCA is Tucson’s only museum devoted exclusively to contemporary art from around the globe. Housed in a repurposed firehouse in Downtown Tucson, MOCA Tucson applies creative solutions to the problems of today and tomorrow through the vehicle of contemporary art. We create programming that is ambitious, innovative, and that is responsive to the wants and needs of our community. A pioneering museum of its kind in the community, MOCA Tucson currently hosts rotating exhibitions by locally, nationally, and internationally renowned contemporary artists—critical exhibitions that spur dialogue and that foster empathy between artists and audiences. Our bold programming is highly engaging for diverse audiences and creates a welcoming, inviting space for visitors to learn more about the changing world we live in. MOCA Tucson is an important incubator and connector for contemporary art across the Southwest region and beyond.
MOCA Tucson resides on the ancestral lands of the Tohono O’odham people.
(Friday) 12:00 pm
Bookmans Tucson Social Media
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