Join the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit for the second annual Interchange Art + Dinner Series summer fundraiser. Detroit's most avid art collectors and supporters are opening their homes for a range of exclusive evenings that will combine food, drink, and art to create truly unique experiences. This array of individual and diverse events will unite like minded members of the community to benefit MOCAD and the ever thriving creativity in the city of Detroit.
Proceeds from the Interchange Art + Dinner Series aid in funding MOCAD's commitment to the presentation of forward thinking art and cultural events.
Tickets are available on a first come first serve basis.
For more information please call the Museum at 313.832.6622 or email email@example.com.
SUNDAYS AT CAFÉ 78 Ray 7 (Underground Resistance) + Relentless Melt
Sunday, August 9, 11 - 5pm
Café 78 invites you to immerse yourself in a sumptuous brunch of beats, art, and pop-up shopping. Contemporary leaders of the Detroit electronic music club community create the sonic ambience while guests enjoy classic cocktails, an array of Anthology coffee drinks, and a menu of seasonal food specialties curated by James Beard Award-nominated chef Marc Djozlija. Plus, the MOCAD galleries are open! The series happens every Sunday from 11am - 5pm.
Underground Resistance is a label for a movement. A movement that wants change through Hi-tech Soul, cosmic jazz-funk, riot disco and timeless electro. Relentless Melt specializes in artist-made products, prints, self-published writing and apparel.
Detroit is getting a street car line, the M1 Rail! As such construction has made some areas of Woodward Avenue difficult to travel. For full lane closures and directions, check the M1 Rail's interactive map here.
Our parking lot is located off of Garfield St. We recommend taking John R to Garfield. If you are traveling from I-75 northbound take the exit at Mack Ave. to John R north. If you are traveling southbound on I-75, take the Warren exit west to John R south. Visitors traveling from the M-10 Lodge Freeway take the Forest Ave exit east to John R south.
Please call the Museum at 313.832.6622 if you need further assistance.
Exhibition programming support is generously provided by the Taubman Foundation.
MOCAD Operations are supported by Masco Corporation Foundation, Erb Family Foundation, The Kresge Foundation, the Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment for the Arts.
The Erb Family Foundation approved unrestricted operating support for 38 cultural and arts organizations, including larger organizations that have had historical significance to the family and other organizations that are essential elements of a strong core central City and vibrant neighborhoods.
MOCAD's 2015-2020 Strategic Planning Initiative is funded in part by a generous grant from the Kresge Foundation.
DETROIT CITY funding is provided by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Kayne Foundation (Ric & Suzanne Kayne and Jenni, Maggie & Saree), Quicken Loans, Andre Sakhai, Liz and Jonathan Goldman, Jane Suitor, Scholar Property LTD, Jasmin Tsou, the Krawiecki Gazes Family, Kimberly Brown, and William Leung.
Detroit Speaks funding is provided by the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan.
MOCAD Education + Public Programs
Additional funding for programming and educational initiatives is provided by the Edith S. Briskin/Shirley K. Schlafer Foundation.
MOCAD Youth Programs
Youth Programs are graciously funded by the General Motors Foundation, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Neiman Marcus, and MCACA, as well as with product donation support from Whole Foods.
Mike Kelley Mobile Homestead
The Mike Kelley Mobile Homestead is commissioned by Artangel in association with MOCAD, LUMA Foundation and Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts with the generous support of the Artangel International Circle.
Community programs in Mike Kelley Mobile Homestead are supported by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation.