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Community Futures School Exhibition

Join us at MOCHA to witness the future forecasting projects of students from MetWest High School in our Community Futures School (CFS) Program. A variety of projects will be represented including: Futuristic Portraits, Dioramas, Spirit Bowl Project, Scanning and Prototypes. In these projects, students present ideas about how they want to see the future with methods to solve social justice issues. 

Reception: May 23, 2024 | 4:00pm to 7:00pm

Exhibition: May 21 - July 11, 2024

Location: 1221 Broadway LL-49 Oakland, CA 94612 (Lower Level of Oakland City Center)

What is Community Futures School?

MOCHA's Community Futures School (CFS) program uses Afrofuturism, arts integration, and futures literacy as part of a community-building toolkit to imagine and to implement their communities and their world. Through CFS, youth continually create a personal life experience of accomplishing projects and being able to talk about their process with peers and other future community innovators. 

For more information, contact Director of Curation & Culture: Kaya Fortune (

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Past Exhibitions

In the Spirit of Creativity

March 21 - April 20, 2024

MOCHA provides a space for students to experience their art in an exhibition at the Museum. We want our students to see themselves represented through their art, giving them confidence and pride in their expression. MOCHA sponsored an exhibition for our Department of Education (DOE) schools, which include Laurel Elementary School, OAK Academy and Bridges Academy. Madison Park Academy Primary was an additional in-school program represented in the exhibit. Teaching Artists will exhibit their students' work from grades TK thru 5th Grade.

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