TV for Water



What attracts me [to contemporary art] is a certain awesomeness and presence which relates to the spirit of our time—to the human condition: the ups, the downs, the disruption, the chaos, the ambivalence.
Gerald S. Elliot, interviewed by Judith Neisser, 1987


Learning about contemporary art isn’t just a matter of historical facts and artist biographies. Contemporary art is special and important because it can help us see our present moment in new ways. Join the MCA’s Manager of School Programs, Jeremy Kreusch, to explore an exhibition called “Water After All.” Look at four different artworks that mirror for different aspects of water. Discover ways art can inspire us to engage with ourselves, one another, and the world we share.