A collaboration between all members of the Museum of Contemporary Art's Artistic Division staff—ranging from curators to tour guides—"The Long Dream" is an exhibition that confronts that challenging times we're currently living through. Made up of works by more than 70 local artists, the exhibition includes paintings, sculptures, sound installations and performance pieces that directly and indirectly examine the uncertainty of the modern world, racial inequity and what a more just future might look like. Works by well known artists like Dawoud Bey and Nick Cave are showcased alongside rising creators like Jeanette Andrews and Nereida Patricia. The display also features pieces developed by local organizations and collectives, such as Experimental Sound Studio, Open Television and the team behind the Quarantine Times. The exhibition will conclude with a streaming arts event, with artists featured in "The Long Dream" sharing more of their work.
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