Virtual Virginia MOCA

the Museum is always open. Here.

When the Museum closed it's doors for COVID-19, our team was inspired to creating a virtual museum to bring the artists and art of Virginia MOCA to you anywhere in the world. On Virtual Virginia MOCA you can view the artwork from the current exhibitions, learn with our education team, or visit again with the artists from past exhibitions such as Michael Kagan, Todd Schorr, Inka Essenhigh, and Ryan McGinness. There will be new features to explore, so visit regularly.

Free Admission to the current exhibitions for all visitors is graciously underwritten by Sentara Healthcare. Book your tickets here.

Enjoy and don’t be shy if you have ideas or suggestions. You can give input by emailing info@virginiamoca.org.

virginia MOCA IS open!

New Hours:

Thursdays: 10am – 4pm

Fridays: 9am – 3pm (First hour is reserved for patrons 60+)

Saturdays: 9am – 3pm (First hour is reserved for patrons 60+)

Sundays: 1pm – 4pm

Read our Safety Guidelines to prepare for your visit.

HAMPTON BOYER: THERE'S NO PLACE LIKE HERE

Hampton Boyer

View select work from the exhibition by Virginia artist, Hampton Boyer.

Watch Boyer speak about his work in the gallery at Virginia MOCA.


featured artists

Hear from artists on view currently and from the past several years who have brought their amazing work to Virginia MOCA.

Click here for video, images, and articles as they are posted

Photo by Fresh Look Photography

education

Stay creative from home with engaging videos, activities, and learning opportunities for the whole family.

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Virtual Galleries

Experience artwork that will be on view when Virginia MOCA reopens to the public.

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Megan AngoliaYeah, I’ll totally do laundry this week, 2019 Terracotta, acrylic, mixed media 8.5 x 8 x 5.5 inchesCourtesy of the artist

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Header photo: Installation view from Todd Schorr: Atomic Cocktail on view at Virginia MOCA September 22 – December 30, 2018. Artwork: Verne to Vader: Noteworthy Highlights Concerning the History of Space Fiction as Represented in Popular Culture, 1997. Acrylic on canvas. Collection of Mark Parker.

Shifting Gaze: A Reconstruction of the Black & Hispanic Body in Contemporary Art from the Collection of Dr. Robert B. Feldman was organized by the Mennello Museum of American Art and curated by Shannon Fitzgerald, Executive Director, Mennello Museum of American Art.

The exhibition presentation at MOCA is generously underwritten by the Capital Group, Meredith and Brother Rutter, and Petra Snowden. The exhibition is generously supported by the City of Orlando and Friends of The Mennello Museum of American Art. Funding is also provided by Orange County Government through the Arts & Cultural Affairs Program and United Arts of Central Florida.