Located on the second floor of the museum, the MCA's Commons places artistic and civic exchange at the heart of the museum. Everything that happens within the space, including an array of programs, community meetings, and artist projects, is meant to encourage formal and informal dialogue as well as interaction among artists, visitors, and communities. Programs and installations are organized by MCA Public Programs and our partner organizations. New events and experiences are added regularly.
Short A person at the side of the road holds up a large, lime-green fabric sign that reads "I AM AN IMMIGRANT I CAME HERE TO TAKE YOUR JOB BUT YOU DON'T HAVE ONE!"
Long A person stands on the shoulder of a rural highway. They hold up at arms-length a lime-green banner reading "I AM AN IMMIGRANT I CAME HERE TO TAKE YOUR JOB BUT YOU DON'T HAVE ONE!" in large, black type. The words "but you don't have one" are underlined for emphasis. The fabric of the banner is half the person's size and conceals their upper torso, leaving only their jeans and black shoes visible.