Fall Fundraiser - Factory at MOCA @ MOCA Tucson, Tucson [15 September]

Fall Fundraiser - Factory at MOCA

19:00 - 23:00

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MOCA Tucson
265 S Church Ave, Tucson, Arizona 85701
Celebrate the Legend of Andy Warhol’s Iconic Factory at MOCA!

MOCA Tucson’s Fall Fundraiser pays homage to Warhol’s iconic Factory. Explore the lesser known areas of MOCA’s Brutalist architecture with site-specific, interactive installations, art happenings, and performances on the top two floors of MOCA. *note, some areas are not fully accessible

Interactive Projections & Video Installations
TV Party and Scott & Gary Show
Performance Art Happenings by Sugar Beast Circus, Natalie Brewster Nguyen, Angela Jennings, and Brian & Ryan
Beausoleil Voyeur Spins 60s/70s Psychedelic
Drag Sensations Lucinda Holiday and Tempest DuJour
VENUS in LUCIFER perform The Velvet Underground
Live Screenprinting by Cream
Live Tattooing by Black Rose
Paddle8 art auction and more!

«Andy’s Hamburger Hut» brought to you by Tallboys and Isabella's Ice Cream
«Lonesome Cowboy Lounge» brought to you by Agustin Kitchen

Alcohol Sponsors:
Ermano’s Craft Beer & Wine Bar
The Owl’s Club

Come dressed in your best mod, psychedelic, disco, drag, or 80s street wear!

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