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Berkshire Teachers & Social Workers Appreciation Day

Free Admission & Activities

  • Special Event

  • Saturday, April 30, 10am–5pm
  • Free for Berkshire County Teachers & Social Workers
  • MASS MoCA

MASS MoCA invites Berkshire teachers and social workers—and anyone who works in the schools and social service organizations, from the lunchroom folks to the janitors, from receptionists to administrators—to a free day of joy, creativity, and community with your families. Enjoy the galleries and special activities designed to make you feel our collective gratitude for your hard work each and every day, especially over the past two years.

A 2pm performance with Supaman, the Apsáalooke (Crow) Nation hip-hop artist is also on the agenda with special remarks by First Lady Lauren Baker. Learn more a

Museum tickets are free for Berkshire County social workers, early childhood educators, PreK-12 teachers, school administrators, and their families. Advance registration is required and can be done via the below links. Free Supaman tickets are limited to 3 per family – first come, first served:

Please direct any questions about how to register to education@massmoca.org

Schedule

10am–5pm Enjoy our vast galleries
   
  Check out 10th annual Teen Invitational
  B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building, 3rd Floor
   
  Take part, make art at Kidspace’s ArtBar
  Kidspace, Building 10, 2nd Floor
   
11am Public Tour
  Lobby, Building 10, 1st Floor
   
11:30am–12pm Mindful Drawing
  Kidspace, Building 10, 2nd Floor
   
12pm – 1pm What’s Coming Next Preview with Curators
  Prow, B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building, 2nd Floor
   
1pm Public Tour
  Lobby, Building 10, 1st Floor
   
1pm – 3pm Drop-in Drawing Project with Exhibiting Artist Amy Yoes
  Event Space, B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building, 2nd Floor
   
2pm Supaman performance with special remarks by First Lady Lauren Baker
  Hunter Center for the Performing Arts
   

About Supaman:
Supaman is Christian Takes Gun Parrish, a member of the Apsáalooke (Crow) Nation, dancer, and innovative hip hop artist who has dedicated his life to empowering and spreading a message of hope, pride and resilience through his original art form. Supaman’s one-of-a-kind performances combine Native culture, comedy, and hip hop culture which dazzles audiences and captivates listeners. Join him in celebrating the final weeks of Wendy Red Star’s exhibition ​​Apsáalooke: Children of the Large-Beaked Bird.

Make a Plan

  • For the Supaman performance, all attendees age 5 and up must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination at entry (accompanied by a photo ID for visitors over 18). Read our COVID-19 FAQ here.
  • All events at MASS MoCA are accessible to all audiences. Please contact boxoffice@massmoca.org if you would like to inquire about accessibility needs and services.
  • By registering and joining MASS MoCA’s visitors, staff, and artists on the museum campus, you agree to follow a Courtesy Code, detailed here. Our full COVID FAQ is here.