Friday, August 20, 2021

Visualize AAPI History with MOCACREATE at Home!



MOCACREATE at Home: Visualizing AAPI History


The words "Visualizing AAPI History with the Museum of Chinese in America" in bold red letters.


We here at MOCACREATE are so happy that MOCA has been able to re-open and welcome everyone back to visit our galleries! Have you had a chance to visit our newest exhibit, Responses? If not, don’t worry. For today’s MOCACREATE, let’s all participate in the exhibit’s theme: to document and retell underlooked historical events related to anti-Asian violence and discrimination through a detailed timeline. Click here to see some examples, then create your own entry highlighting a historical event that you want to amplify. We’ll put together a timeline with all of your submissions!

Share your entry by tagging #MOCANYC and #MOCACREATEathome on social media, DMing us @mocanyc, or emailing your completed entry to



In case you missed it... 

MOCACREATE at Home | Drum to the Beat


The words "Drum to the Beat With MOCACREATE at Home" above a cartoon of a dragon boat and five rowers.



MOCACREATE at Home | Let's Make a Paper Tube River Dragon!


A dragon head made out of a cardboard tube, with blue and white streamers coming out of its mouth.



MOCACREATE at Home | Unearth Art like MOCA Hero Maya Lin


Architect Maya Lin seated in front of one of her artworks



MOCACREATE at Home | Art for All


Title slide showing "Art for All" and the MOCA logo.




Museum of Chinese in America