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What You'll Get
- What’s included: standard admission to the museum at all hours of operation
- In 2019, MoCADA will expand its exhibitions catalog to eight exhibits that concern topics relevant to the African diaspora and the greater community of people of color, from revolution, identity, gender, and immigration, to expanding conversations around Afrofuturism.
- Free admission for children under 12 when accompanied by an adult
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About Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts
The Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts focuses on the visual and performing arts of the African Diaspora. The exhibitions and special programs held in the museum explore new artistic production and encourage dialogue on relevant social and political issues. The museum's aim is to support artistic creation and continuous evolution of culture.
The Building: The museum is located in the James E. Davis 80 Arts Building within the BAM Cultural District.
Don't Miss: The museum's exhibit offer is dynamic and constantly changing. In 2019, it will expand its exhibitions catalog to eight exhibits relevant to the African Diaspora touching upon such subjects as revolution and identity, gender, immigration, or Afrofuturism.
- How to Suffer Politely (and Other Etiquette) is a large format print examining how anger and resistance to racialized violence are considered "impolite".
- Hââbré, The Last Generation is a series of studio portraits presenting the disappearing practice of scarification.
Special Programs: The museum provides educational guided interactive tours for all ages to create a better understanding of the arts and cultures of the African Diaspora.