The Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) is pleased to announce our two new Poets-in-Residence for Fall 2023. Join us in welcoming: Thea Matthews and Ashia Ajani. The four-month residency runs from September-December, and welcomes two writers to the Museum to immerse themselves in the current exhibitions and pursue their own writing projects in response to the art on view.
Thank you to all of our guests, members, and supporters for helping to make MoAD possible and thank you to Michael Wayne Turner III and the entire Hat Matter: Thoughts of a Black Mad Hatter production crew for creating such a riveting and inspiring event.
MoAD's Emerging Artists Program (EAP) is excited to announce our 2023-24 cohort of artists. Thank you to all the artists who applied.
SFMOMA and MoAD announce joint curatorial position as part of ongoing partnership focused on art of the African Diaspora
This summer, we invite Bay Area students from grades 10, 11, and 12 who are interested in pursuing careers in art making to join a 5-week summer program. The deadline to submit applications is April 17th
Join us every Second Saturday for THRIVE @ MoAD Community Day with free admission to all our exhibitions.
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