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OPENING RECEPTION OF WINTER / SPRING EXHIBITIONS AT MOCA

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OPENING RECEPTION OF WINTER / SPRING EXHIBITIONS AT MOCA

Time: January 30, 2015 from 6pm to 8pm
Location: VIRGINIA MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART
Street: 2200 PARKS AVE
City/Town: Virginia Beach, VA 23451
Event Type: fundraiser
Organized By: VBnightlife.com
Latest Activity: Jan 18, 2015

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Celebrate the opening of MOCA’s new exhibitions including Ryan McGinness: Studio Visit and New Waves 2015. Born and raised in Virginia Beach and now based in New York, McGinness is internationally known for his exuberant marriage of abstraction and representation. His early interest in design, illustration, and popular culture led to a flat, clean edged style of bold logo like images. 

New Waves 2015 celebrates the rich and vast array of talent from across the state of Virginia. Awards will be presented to artists selected by the juror at the opening reception, including Best in Show and the new People’s Choice award. View New Waves 2015 artists here: http://virginiamoca.org/new-waves-2015

Enjoy live music by duo Jonny Cardigan and fine fare from Cuisine & CompanyEast Beach CateringMission BBQ, and Yummy Goodness Catering Company, plus a cash bar.

MOCA members and one guest FREE. All other guests $10. MOCA Memberships can be purchased at the event.

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