Myers MOCA is a contemporary art space that is housed in a elementary school, located in New York's Hudson Valley region. It’s mission is to showcase the work of regional and national artists, allowing students to learn about the curatorial process, while interacting with the work first hand. Using the Lincoln Center model, featured artists are integrated into the art curriculum though individual projects, and group discussions with both students and community members.
All shows at Myers MOCA are student installed and curated. Work is selected from among a field of local artists who submit annually. Each year's program features a wide-range of exhibiting contemporary artists working in a variety of media in both fine and commercial art.
With each exhibition, students take part in a curriculum based on the Lincoln Center model. Students of all levels engage in learning activities that are centered around the themes of the exhibition.