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MOCA’s High School Classroom Collaboration Project

Established in 2006, MOCA’s High School Classroom Collaboration (HSCC) project was developed with the Los Angeles Unified School District to enrich the lives of underserved teens and expand access to the museum’s educational and cultural resources for urban high schools.

HSCC offers students within participating schools a series of consecutive classroom workshops designed to deepen a specific unit of study through inquiry-based contemporary art instruction utilizing standards-based content.

Conducted by a team of bilingual MOCA artist/educators, each residency includes ongoing mentoring for classroom teachers, student art projects, interactive tours of MOCA’s groundbreaking exhibitions, free year-long family admission passes, monthly teen art workshops at the museum, and a culminating student art exhibition to inspire and engage peers and families.

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