Mesa Arts Center
MCA Museum has reopened to the public with robust safety protocols, informed by CDC guidelines and State health department guidelines. Our top priority is to create a safe environment for all visitors and staff, while allowing you to reconnect with the arts and culture experiences you know and love.
Tickets to Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum are FREE. All tickets have an entry time. Please arrive at your designated time so you have plenty of time to explore. We recommend reserving your tickets on-line in advance so you can select your preferred date and time to have a contactless experience.
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Hours: Tues-Sat 10am-5pm & Sat Noon-5pm; Closed on Mondays
Sept 10, 2021 - Nov 28, 2021: Contemporary Visionary Art: Divine Paradigm
Through mystical and spiritual themes, Visionary Art transcends our physical realm and vividly conceptualizes a sublime state of consciousness. This exhibition brings together 16 national and international Visionary artists, who use a variety of mediums and subject matter to capture their own journey toward a deeper understanding and awareness.
Sept 10, 2021 -Jan 23, 2022: Alex Grey & Allyson Grey: The Beyond Within
The paintings of Alex Grey & Allyson Grey were inspired by psychedelic mystical experiences of the 1970’s. This exhibition represents a spectrum of work selected from phases of their explorations in painting, 3-dimensional art, animation and multi-media social sculpture.
Sept 10, 2021 - Jan 16, 2022: Amanda Sage: Vision Seeds
Colorado artist, Amanda Sage, is known for her transformative narratives that explore inter-dimensional realms of possibility. This exhibition highlights works from the last ten years and provides a provocative vision for a more symbiotic relationship between earthly and spiritual planes.
Sept 10, 2021 - Jan 2, 2022: Wiley Wallace: Lucid Fate
Phoenix painter Wiley Wallace creates luminous and ostensibly radioactive worlds intersecting the real and imagined. Under a neon-hued glow, his realistic and surreal renderings of children and adults are placed amid Arizona landscapes, creating “near-magical” references of the supernatural.
May 13 - Aug 7, 2022: Selected works from Judson C. Ball and Nancy Sue Ball: Somos SouthWest
For the last five decades, businessman Judson C. Ball and pioneer educator in childhood learning disabilities Nancy Sue Ball have amassed an impressive collection of 281 objects by artists inspired by the Chicano Art Movement. Known for its rich, vibrant colors and bold imagery, Chicano art is a celebration of Mexican/American heritage, culture, and traditions. This exhibition highlights 29 artists from the Southwest, whose work encompasses a wide range of subject matter and mediums, including oil, acrylic, watercolor, pencil, charcoal, ink drawings, wood, and metal.
About: Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum is the exciting visual art exhibition space at Mesa Arts Center. In five stunning galleries, MCAM showcases curated and juried exhibitions of contemporary art by emerging and internationally recognized artists. MCAM also offers lectures by significant artists and arts professionals, art workshops, and a volunteer docent program.