LANCASTER – The Lancaster Museum of Art and History (MOAH) is hosting its second MOAH on the Move event this Saturday, Nov. 19, at Tierra Bonita Park, located at 44910 27th Street East in Lancaster.
It’s happening from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and the event will be hosted by artist/activist Reginald B. McKinley II and Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Dani Dodge.
McKinley is a Los Angeles-based multidisciplinary artist, social commentator, and equity consultant whose work has been featured on CNN, NPR. BBC, NBC, and ABC. His work documents daily life to help bring light to hidden biases and attitudes that affect underrepresented communities.
Dodge’s experience as a journalist in the 2003 invasion of Iraq helped lead to the creation of art and installations. Her installations often require interaction from the viewers that reveal personal truths to showcase the human experience.
MOAH on the Move is a community engagement series created by MOAH to continue serving the community during its temporary building closure. MOAH is hosting a free event every month until April 2023 at varying parks throughout Lancaster, where participants can engage with local artists and create their own works of art.
For more information, including future locations, dates, and times for MOAH on the Move, visit lancastermoah.org/onthemove.
[Information via news release from the city of Lancaster.]