50 musicians and composers offer a feast of groundbreaking music beginning July 26 and culminating with the mind bending six hour musical marathon August 2.
Here is a roundup of some events that promise to be fun for families, film fans and music lovers.
Joe Thompson says to expect a rollicking dance party with lots of friends and family returning to MASS MoCA, interesting food trucks and newly concocted drinks, a few surprises, and excellent art and music.
From Teresita Fernández’s aurelian makeover of the museum’s main galleries, to the solid gold talent on the museum’s multiplicity of stages, to Darren Waterston’s recently installed Filthy Lucre there’s gilt galore at MASS MoCA this summer.
Bang on a Can All Stars and guests will offer their musical takes on the art at MASS MoCA including that of Sol LeWitt featuring the music of Steve Reich, who was a friend and colleague of LeWitt.
While not yet finalized, it appears the museum will launch a major expansion project which will add another 60,000 visitors per year to its galleries and events..
The Colorado River is the ecological thread that runs through this evening of arts, ecology and wonderment.
Intoxicating Jamaican music sure to light up the dance floor.
How our buried childhood memories can be turned into the stuff of comedy as we laugh at ourselves and experience a sort of catharsis.
Wilco won’t make a Mass MoCA appearance in 2014.
More music and madness at Mass MoCA with one of the buzziest bands around.
A chance to shake off the winter chill and blues on February 1 in the Hunter Center.