About Project Atrium

Project Atrium, MOCA’s bold series, features site-specific and site-sensitive installations by emerging and mid-career artists. The unique placement, dimensions and scale of MOCA’s Haskell Atrium Gallery provide a compelling challenge to the chosen artist—a call to reinvention and active collaboration with the architecture of the museum on a monumental scale.

Project Atrium: Season 4

Project Atrium: Caroline Lathan-Stiefel

July 26 – October 26, 2014

Project Atrium: Caroline Lathan-Stiefel from MOCA Jacksonville on Vimeo.


Project Atrium: Season 3

Project Atrium: One Spark featuring Shaun Thurston

April 9, 2014 – July 6, 2014

Project Atrium: One Spark featuring Shaun Thurston from MOCA Jacksonville on Vimeo.


Project Atrium: Ingrid Calame

November 16, 2013 – March 9, 2014

Project Atrium: Ingrid Calame from MOCA Jacksonville on Vimeo.


Project Atrium: Heather Cox

July 20 – October 17, 2013

Project Atrium: Heather Cox from MOCA Jacksonville on Vimeo.


Major Support is Generously Provided By


Presenting Sponsor

Supporting Sponsor

Contributing Sponsors

Agility Press
Arbus Magazine
The Boeing Company
The City of Jacksonville
Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville
Florida Division of Cultural Affairs
WJCT Public Broadcasting


Regions and Project Atrium

Make life better. That’s what Regions strives to do—not only in the excellent service it provides to its customers, but also in the way it serves the community. That’s why Regions is a contributing sponsor to the Project Atrium series that challenges emerging and mid-career artists to create site-specific or site-sensitive installations in the Haskell Atrium Gallery space. Regions’ contribution helps support this unusual program that brings artists from around the world to Jacksonville.

And now Regions customers hold a pass to the best contemporary art experience in Northeast Florida. Regions cardholders receive free admission to MOCA on Sundays to enjoy exhibitions on multiple floors. Check out The New York Times Magazine Photographs in the third floor exhibition space. Wander through the latest displays in the Permanent Collection and see what’s featured in the UNF Gallery on the second floor. Don’t miss the Project Atrium: One Spark installation in the Haskell Atrium Gallery that can be observed from three different floors. Families can take part in creative hands-on activities during Sunday ArtFusion or enjoy the fun and interactive stations in the ArtExplorium Loft for a lively educational experience.

Regions is also holding a sweepstakes for one of its prized green beach cruiser bikes at MOCA. Just add your name to the box at the front desk for a chance in the drawing.

Regions’ values go beyond how they do business when you visit your local branch. They put people first, do what is right, focus on their customers, reach higher, and enjoy life. This opportunity for Regions customers to visit MOCA is proof of that.

IMAGE CREDITS

Image 1: Shaun Thurston: Project Atrium: One Spark Satellite I, 2014. 1100 North Main Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Photo courtesy of Doug Eng.