Past Programs

  This auction closed on Saturday June 3rd. For sale is the original Benjamin Johnson glass artwork created on April 8th during his recent Spacetime catalog release party sponsored by Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art (iMOCA). The materials are blown glass, overlay and murrine roll up cup overlay. It was created with UV reactive materials that cause it…

Join us for a very special event with Indianapolis Glass artist Benjamin Johnson to celebrate the release of Spacetime, a catalog of Johnson’s recent iMOCA exhibitions. Enjoy light hors d’oeuvres and micro beer while Johnson demonstrates how he created his prints of the moon throughout the lunar cycle. Tickets are $50.00 each and attendees will receive their…

Sarah Hobbs will discuss her body of work in her first Indianapolis exhibition Psychological Traces, currently at the CityWay Gallery curated by Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art (iMOCA). Hobbs’ images are about the psychological space created by the compulsions and neurotic tendencies of human behavior. She photographs carefully constructed tableaus of domestic environments where common objects,…

iMOCA INSIDERS only event Join us for a one-on-one meeting with artist Constance Edwards Scopelitis and curators Jeffrey Teuton and Anne Surak.  Use this opportunity to network, receive professional advice and feedback, or create dialogue on an art-related topic. Saturday, February 25th, 2:00 – 4:00 PM iNSIDERS RSVP to meet with our professionals by emailing info@indymoca.org…

iMOCA at the Murphy November 1, 2016 Tom Hubbard is speaking about Recoil an iMOCA commissioned installation of ceramic guns imprinted with names of events, quotes from speeches, and writings about guns in contemporary American culture. In addition, Hubbard is showing pieces from this series at the Indy 1500 Gun & Knife Show as would…

Why You Shouldn’t Live in New York by William Powhida 10″x8″ | 14″x11″ | 20″x16″ | 30″x24″ Jen Bekman’s 20 X 200 is selling an exclusive limited-edition print by New York Artist William Powhida benefiting iMOCA.  The print comes in four sizes with prices ranging from $24 to $1200.  Each museum-quality and carefully packaged piece comes with an…