A museum centered on Art + Education + Social Justice through the lens of Africa + the diaspora
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Bandung Residency 2024-2025, Apply Now Until May 14

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MoCADA Enlists Salifou Lindou for BAM DanceAfrica 2024

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Bed Stuy Bike Day is Back! Food, Dance, Film + Fun, May 18

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The Independents Podcast: Cameroon

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MoCADA Abolition House Reopens May 17

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Bandung Learnings 3: Black-Asian Solidarity Share-Out

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ADMISSIONS
Tickets are based on an 1hr and 15-minute time slot, and are booked on a first come, first serve basis.

 

To see our hours of operation, click the name of the location that you would like to visit from the column on the left.

 

COST
Children (under age 6) are FREE
EBT card-carriers $4
Seniors + People living with disabilities (chaperones are free) $5
Children (Age 6-17) and Students (all ages with valid student id) $8
Adults $15

 

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For information about group tours, click HERE.
To learn more about memberships, click HERE.
To RSVP for our next Open House, click HERE.

MoCADA Abolition House on Governors Island
House 7A Nolan Park, Governors Island, NY 10004

 

Admission is FREE!

 

2024 Season Dates: Will reopen Friday, May 17, 2024
Hours: Friday – Sunday, 12- 5pm

 

*Tickets are not required for entry. But you must RSVP for special events.

MoCADA Ubuntu Community Sculpture Garden
48 Lafayette Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11217

 

Admission is FREE!

 

2024 Season Dates: Will reopen Friday, May 24, 2024
Hours: Wednesday – Sunday 11am – 2:30pm and 3:30pm -7pm

 

*Tickets are not required for entry. But you must RSVP for special events.

Mission

The Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts (MoCADA) uses art, education and advocacy as tools to celebrate the breadth of African culture, while fostering dialogue about the socioeconomic issues Black communities face to transform people and neighborhoods.

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EXPLORE

MoCADA activates spaces, walls, and more to present exhibitions, public art, and other special artistic presentations that center Africa and connect the diaspora.

PLAY

Tune in to MoCADA Radio music mixes and podcasts, or watch films, performances, live events, and more from MoCADA on replay.

LEARN

MoCADA uses art as a tool to dispel misconceptions about Africa and to instill a sense of pride in those who share this identity. Dive into our educational initiatives.

EXPERIENCE

MoCADA is a safe space dedicated to the personal, cultural, and professional growth of our community. Join us for our next event.

Donate

There are many ways to give to MoCADA.
support initiatives that foster equity, safety, growth, and
empowerment in our community.

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