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Our brick-and-mortar gallery, Brooklyn NY



Museum of Computer Art
139 11th Street (between 2nd and 3rd Avenues)
Brooklyn, NY 11215
718 788 1313

HOURS
Noon to 6 p.m. Tuesday thru Friday
or by appointment

The gallery is currently closed between shows.

NEXT SHOW
DONNIE 2010 CONTEST AND EXHIBIT
Tuesday, January 26 thru Friday, February 19, 2010

ONE-MAN SHOW
Jan Kölling
Distinguished Dutch Artist
June 1 - 18, 2010

CLICK BELOW TO VIEW ONLINE VERSIONS OF OUR PREVIOUS EXHIBITS

Inaugural Exhibit September 2 - 18, 2008.

Digitalism I Exhibit October 4 - 25, 2008.

On-line/On-wall Double Exposure Exhibit November 4 - 26, 2008.

Exhibit on a Theme of December December 10 - 30, 2008.

Donnie 2009 Contest and Exhibit February 3 - 28, 2009.

March 2009 Contest of the Month March 10 - 30, 2009

Spring Festival of Digital Art 2009 May 15 - June 19, 2009

Brooklyn Internationale Exhibit July 17 - August 7, 2009

First Anniversary Exhibit September 8 - 25, 2009

October 2009 Contest of the Month October 6 - 23, 2009

Digitalism II Contest and Exhibit November 17 - December 11, 2009

As a nonprofit educational organization, MOCA hosted at its gallery on a pro-bono basis Pratt Institute's MFA Thesis Exhibition, April 7 thru April 24, 2009, comprising interactive art, video, animation, projection art and still art. From that exhibit, Jessica Lee's "Mind Blend," a video and audio projection, may be viewed online here:

Mind Blend by Jessica Lee

This gallery is part of the dynamic Brooklyn NY artscene. It is located in the Park Slope/Gowanus area of Brooklyn that is morphing from light industrial into an artists' enclave and upscale neighborhood. The gallery is 1200 square feet in size and housed in a new building along with artist studios on a mixed-use block of private homes, a playground/park, warehouses and service companies--the kind of neighborhood that Jane Jacobs extolled in "The Death and Life of Great American Cities," her famous treatise on the urban environment, as safe and vital 24 hours a day. There's a subway line nearby, tying in the rest of the city. We love the space and are thriving there!

HOW TO GET THERE
By subway take the F train to Fourth Avenue station
or the M or R train to Ninth Street station. It's a short walk from the station.

By car navigate to the Park Slope/Gowanus section of Brooklyn,
sometimes called South of the Slope or South Slope
near the Lowe's store off Hamilton Avenue.