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Mannes forges connections between community and art

Ruth Mannes, the new Executive Director of MoCA.

Lea Rivel '22, Staff Writer

April 6, 2020

Between her 20-year career in publishing, her last job as Executive Managing Editor at HarperCollins, taking a break from publishing to raise her family, being actively involved in the Westport PTA and collecting contemporary art for over 23 years, it is evident that Ruth Mannes cares greatly about both...

Moca Westport Features Works by Japanese Artists Yayoi Kusama

Yayoi Kusma’s work is being featured at MoCA.  Two of her pieces, Nassarsics Garden (pictured above) and one of her Infinity Rooms are being showcased.

Katie Simons ’22 and Izzy Sarren ’22

October 17, 2019

Westport Arts Center becomes the MoCA

Westport Arts Center becomes the MoCA

Margot Stack '22, Staff Writer

October 4, 2019

9/11 Memorial Continues to Preserve the Memory of Loved Ones Lost

9/11 Memorial Continues to Preserve the Memory of Loved Ones Lost

September 14, 2016

By: Tori Lubin Two massive rectangular fountains lie parallel to each other at 180 Greenwich St. in New York City. Water from all sides spills into the the center of the massive basin, which almost looks like an everlasting stream of tears. The names of all fatalities during the 9/11 attack are emblazoned...

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