Thursday, May 29 2014

May 29

Remix Nights

05.29.2014 5:00 pm

Looking for something new and different to do this Summer? Come by MOPA for our Summer Remix Thursday nights. Each Thursday (with a few exceptions), we will stay open until 9 p.m. and feature a mix of entertainment. Plus, as in recent years, MOPA is partnering with The Prado to bring you a special dinner package.

May 29Becky Senf, Inside the Exhibition: After Ansel Adams
June 5Taiwan Cinema Spotlight: King Hu "Dragon Inn" PLEASE NOTE: Special pricing: $10 general, $8 MOPA members. Galleries closed between 4 - 7 pm for private event.
June 12Singer/Songwriter Lisa Campbell
June 19Store Summer Sale Kick-off & Toy Camera Demos
June 26The Darkroom: "Circulation" by Cristopher Cichocki
July 3The musical stylings of Le Ra
July 10Photo Remix: Bring your own photos from home to use in this fun photo transfer activity
July 17No late night due to private event

July 24





Eliza Jane Schneider is an actor, playwright, songstress, dialectologist, and fiddler, most widely known for voicing most of the female characters on Comedy Central’s SOUTH PARK, as well as voicing Rebecca Crane in the ASSASSIN’S CREED game franchise.

July 31


Italian Film Festival screening: "Many Kisses Later (Ex)"  PLEASE NOTE: Special pricing: $10 general, $8 MOPA members.
August 7Remix DJ/Producer spinning all night J. Blow
August 14Quartet Nouveau
August 21Print Photos with Light: Lumi inkodye stations with hosted bar
August 28Songstress, Lisa Campbell, returns


May 29

Inside the Exhibition: After Ansel Adams

05.29.2014 7:00 pm

In the genre of landscape photography, no one artist is more well known and influential than Ansel Adams, especially his images of America’s National Parks. Join us for a discussion about Adams’ legacy in this iconic landscape and the contemporary photographers featured in After Ansel Adams who are realizing their own visions in these places. The conversation will be between MOPA’s Assistant Curator, Chantel Paul, and Rebecca Senf, Norton Family Curator of Photography at Center for Creative Photography in Tucson, where Adams’ archive is housed. This promises to be an intimate look into the history and present state of landscape photography, with opportunity for Q&A following the discussion.

Thursday, May 29, 2014
7:00 to 8:00 PM
Free with Museum admission
RSVP to Melissa Pfeiffer at or 619.238.7559 ext. 290