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Revamped Hardware brings MASS MoCA home for the holidays!

It’s never too early to start thinking about holiday shopping. MASS MoCA’s online Hardware store can help. The site now features a much wider selection of products, including past and present exhibition catalogs and new MoCA gear which is not available anywhere else.

Dedicated MASS MoCA fans might see a few familiar faces as employees and interns model apparel. Retail Manager Phyllis Criddle says, “All the photos of MoCA employees have such wonderful life and character- it wouldn’t look nearly as good if we had used professional models!” We couldn’t agree more; Derek and Marissa look great in MASS MoCA and Michael Oatman t-shirts, respectively.

 

Hardware has something for everyone on your list and even a few things for your own holiday wish list. Criddle shares her favorite items below.

Upside Down Grass Kit:  Grow your own version of Natalie Jeremijenko’s iconic Tree Logic.

The Fresh Egg Cookbook: Written by local author, chicken keeper, and Director of Development Jennifer Trainer Thompson.

Sol LeWitt Yarmulke: Designed by Sol LeWitt for his temple, Beth Shalom Rodfe Zedek, in Chester, Conneticut. Just in time for the holidays!

Speaking of the holidays, Hardware will extend an additional discount to MoCA members on Black Friday 11/23/12. Members will receive 20% off instead of their usual 10%.

Posted November 2, 2012 by MASS MoCA
Filed under BLOG, Design, Exhibitions, Hardware, Interns, LeWitt, MASS MoCA by Design, Staff, Tree Logic
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Artist Natalie Jeremijenko stopped by the museum a few days ago to install a bird watching/tracking camera near her upside-down tree installation Tree Logic.

Any predictions on what she will see? We’ll keep you posted if Natalie shares any info she gets from the camera!

Cheers,
Brittany

Posted August 7, 2010 by Brittany Bishop
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What might have inspired this?

skyPlanter

This new product from an Australian designer just came across our desk.  Its called the Sky Planter and its by Patrick Morris. The website touts the Sky Planter’s ability to save water, floor space, and your plants, but we already knew the benefits of upside down plants here at MASS MoCA.  We’re checking our records to see if Mr. Morris has ever been a visitor….

Jeremijenko-1

Posted August 25, 2009 by MASS MoCA
Filed under BLOG, Design, Exhibitions, Tree Logic
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