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02/01/2010 MMoCA Acquires the Bill McClain Collection of Chicago Imagism
01/19/2010 MMoCA Celebrates Americana with Poetry and Jazz
01/04/2010 Design MMoCA 2010
12/15/2009 Apple Pie: Symbols of Americana in MMoCA's Permanent Collection
10/26/2009 Holiday Art Fair 2009
10/01/2009 Cage and Cunningham Chance, Time, and Concept in the Visual Arts
09/15/2009 Expanded Holiday Art Fair
09/15/2009 Fall Gallery Night
09/15/2009 Wisconsin Triennial Application Deadline
08/12/2009 Signs of the Times Robert Rauschenberg's America
08/05/2009 Return to Function
07/24/2009 Call for Artists Wisconsin Triennial 2010
07/21/2009 From Nature Realist Works in MMoCA's Permanent Collection
07/07/2009 Businesses Champion Art Fair on the Square
06/30/2009 Art Fair on the Square How-to-Collect Breakfast
06/29/2009 Curators' Choice: New Works from MMoCA's Collection
06/05/2009 Art Fair on the Square 2009
06/03/2009 Volunteers Needed for Art Fair on the Square
06/01/2009 Art Cart Gears Up for Another Summer Season
05/12/2009 Application Deadline for Expanded Holiday Art Fair is May 31, 2009
04/19/2009 “Design MMoCA” Posters Awarded First Prize
04/17/2009 First Fridays Celebrates “Return to Function”
04/14/2009 Spring Gallery Night
03/30/2009 "MMoCA Weddings" and "MMoCA Private Events"
03/19/2009 First Mondays with Natalie Settles
03/06/2009 Hair Affair: a Fundraiser for MMoCA
02/24/2009 Art Fair on the Square Application Deadline is March 2
02/18/2009 A Night of Vice and Verse
02/18/2009 Young at Art Celebrates Student Artists
02/05/2009 Poems for the Wicked
01/26/2009 MMoCA Films Reflect Theme of New Exhibition
01/07/2009 Something Wicked This Way Comes
11/07/2008 Barbara Probst: Exposures
10/16/2008 MMoCA Holiday Art Fair
10/01/2008 Arts Ball 2008
09/22/2008 Fall 2008 Gallery Night
09/18/2008 MMoCA Film Series Reflects Urban Narratives of George Segal: Street Scenes
09/08/2008 Discussions, Film, and Kids' Programs Accompany George Segal: Street Scenes
07/24/2008 Roberto Behar and Rosario Marquardt: The Absent City