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Mass Mo Ca - 7 Reviews - 87 Marshall St, North Adams, MA - Museums & Galleries Reviews - Phone (413) 664-9137

Mass Mo Ca

87 Marshall St
North Adams, MA 01247
(413) 664-9137
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Very interesting and thought provoking exhibits. Extremely helpful staff and volunteers. Great use of old industrial buildings. We'll be back soon! Pros: interesting exhibit...


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Worth the 700 miles trip! 8/5/2002

Very interesting and thought provoking exhibits. Extremely helpful staff and volunteers. Great use of old industrial buildings. We'll be back soon! Pros: interesting exhibits, great volunteers, nice part of the USA more

Wild Art, Great Space 7/31/2002

MassMOCA presents awesome performances as well as contemporary art on the cutting edge. If you go to MOCA, take a tour -- they are excellent. Art shows feature internationally important artists and art trends, not for the faint of art. Performing arts events have included Philip Glass, Steve Reich and many other luminaries in music, dance and film. Great dance parties. more

10 7/29/2002

There is no permanent collection at MASS MoCA -- (that's why i gave it a 5) and that's fine because it's a contemporary art museum (not a modern art you have it listed). they are always on the cutting edge of art and really make the drive from anywhere worthwhile. the robert wilson exhibit is amazing as is the general look, feel, and ambience of the buildings and complex. they're performing arts events are also spectacular as are the venues. there really is no other place like this in the states. Pros: inexpensive, great scenery, performing arts Cons: winter weather more

Biggest Draw in the West 7/28/2002

Western Massachusetts' MASS MoCA offers up enough astonishing breadth (and girth!) to stun even the non arty crowd into submission. Set in a lovingly restored mill complex, art on the largest scale imaginable never fails to delight, challenge, and what seems to be MoCA's specialty, unabashedly entertain. more

bigger can be better! 7/28/2002

The Robert Wilson 14 Stations is in itself worth the price of admission, but there is also a great Guston show (on Richard Nixon!). For a great day, visit the Klimt exhibition at nearby Clark Art Institute, then see the survey of new art from Vienna at MASS MoCA. Hoffman gets digitized. (A discount package ticket for joint admission is available, but it's not well marketed, so you'll have to ask.) Pros: family friendly, stunning art, great shop & cafe more

Make the pilgrimage 7/28/2002

MASS MoCA is a mecca for arts pilgrims. Providing artist residencies to the best artists of our time, and showcasing fabulous works in a friendly setting, MASS MoCA is a refreshing, must-see destination. Visitors always find something unexpected. Make the pilgrimage. Pros: Great exhibits, Interesting space, Unexpected more

Massive MoCA 7/24/2002

The transformation of a huge, 18th century mill complex into a museum of contemporary art is spectacular. The buildings alone are worth the trip, and the museum is being filled. Pros: beautiful setting, uncrowded usually, contemporary art Cons: still new, city has to catch up, contemporary art more
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  • In Short
    The 13-acre museum complex, formerly Sprague Electric Company, offers 100,000 square feet of exhibition space in 19 galleries. Galleries of up to 20,000 square feet house a rotating selection of permanent and visiting exhibits, including the work of sculptor Joseph Beuys and emerging artist Natalie Jeremijenko's zany upside-down trees. Theaters and performance spaces host performance art, film, music, dancing, and more. Kidspace offers children and adults alike a chance to view and make contemporary art.

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