#Discover MOCA With Your Jacksonville Public Library Card
You don't have to be a bookworm to enjoy your Jacksonville Public Library card! The Jacksonville Public Library and The Museum of Contemporary Art have announced a new perk that comes with being a card-carrying member: you can now score free admission to MOCA with your library card on the final Friday of each month. Additionally, Library cardholders can save on MOCA memberships. Library cards are so cool, aren’t they?
#Jacksonville Public Library + MOCA Art & Conversations
This benefit was created as a product of Jacksonville Public Library + MOCA Art & Conversations, a joint project between the two institutions featuring author talks, social forums, and film screenings to explore and expand the important topics trending among Jacksonville citizens. This new partnership strengthens the tie between the library and the museum. You can visit the museum and if you find an artist you love, you can go back to the library to do more research on the artist.
To enjoy this new perk that starts this month, February 2021, Library card holders simply need to show their Jacksonville Public Library card on the last Friday each month at MOCA Jacksonville's museum (333 Laura St. N. downtown next to the Main Library) to be admitted for free. Library customers may show their physical card, key tag, or virtual card available through the Library's mobile app. Duval County Public School students can show their student ID, which serves as their Library card. All Jacksonville Library card holders—including residents, educators, students, military, and those who hold active non-resident cards—are eligible for this benefit.
If you do not have a library card, click here to sign up for one. Or, you can pop into the Main Library branch which is just steps away from MOCA, and sign up for a library card in person!