Join us for a night at the museum for a celebration of EJ Hill: Brake Run Helix honoring regional BIPoC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) artists, writers, and performers in the Berkshires. Brake Run Helix is a celebratory work by EJ Hill examining how those from marginalized backgrounds explore joy and play, and in that spirit, we bid it farewell (closing February 11) with a BIPoC mixer in the exhibition’s gallery (Building 5) including dancing and activities from the diaspora. Attendees will also be able to view MASS MoCA’s newest exhibition, Like Magic, which will remain open for this MASS MoCA After Hours event.
Arrive early to extend your visit and experience the full museum. Please note, Saturday’s show with comedian Zainab Johnson, who takes the stage at MASS MoCA’s Club B10 at 8pm, is at capacity.