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THIS WEEK AT MoMA: JULY 7–13

July 7, 2014  |  This Week at MoMA
This Week at MoMA: July 7–13

This week summer activities are in full swing, offering great ways to enjoy art and the outdoors. Don’t miss these seasonal events:

Agora facilitated by Petra Pankow. The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden, July 9, 2013

Agora facilitated by Petra Pankow. The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden, July 9, 2013

• Today, Monday, July 7, MoMA kicks offs Agora, a monthlong series of informal discussions between visitors and Museum educators that explore open-ended questions relating to visitors’ Museum experience. Set in The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden, MoMA’s agora will meet Mondays throughout July at 3:00 p.m.

• Who says summer school isn’t fun? Take a class at MoMA and discover new ways to see the world through art. Registration is still open for two classes beginning Tuesday, July 8—Space, Time, and Architecture, 1970–Present and The Infinite Mirror: Artists Inspiring Artists. See MoMA.org/courses for details.

MoMA Nights performance featuring Ex Cops, July 4, 2013

MoMA Nights performance featuring Ex Cops, July 4, 2013

• On Thursday, July 10, join us for MoMA Nights, when the Museum galleries are open until 8:00 p.m. and musicians perform in the Sculpture Garden at 6:30 p.m., with dining and snack options available outside and in our Terrace 5 café. This week’s performance is by Computer Magic, the electronic/pop project of producer Danielle “Danz” Johnson.

I Love Trouble. 1947. USA. Directed by S. Sylvan Simon

I Love Trouble. 1947. USA. Directed by S. Sylvan Simon

• If an air-conditioned movie theater spells summer for you, be sure to check out the film noir and whodunit offerings of Lady in the Dark: Crime Films from Columbia Pictures, 1932–1957, which begins on Friday, July 11, with a screening of S. Sylvan Simon’s I Love Trouble (1947).

• Don’t miss another installment of Summergarden on Sunday, July 13, part of MoMA’s monthlong, free weekly concert series of jazz and classical music in the Sculpture Garden. This week’s concert, Jazz Concert I: Jonathan Ragonese Ensemble, selected by Jazz at Lincoln Center, features the premiere of composer, arranger, and saxophonist Jonathan Ragonese’s American Dialogues: Introduction. See MoMA.org/summergarden for details.

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