We Want More Design, Atlanta.
Want to meet some of the farmers and producers who are growing, foraging, and making the products available through Sourcify and MODA? Join us on the evening of Thursday, March 30, for our Meet the Farmers event.
We're putting Queen Bey under the microscope for Women's History Month. Collaborate with facilitators, Blair Banks and Aretina Hamilton, as we analyze Beyoncé's evolution from daddy's girl to grown woman.
We're proud to partner with Scoutmob for another great year of 3D printing at MODA!
Use conductive and insulating dough to make, test, and refine circuits that highlight basic electronic properties!
On Saturday, March 18, we’ll head to Georgia Tech for a guided visit to an exhibition featuring the work of renowned architect, Santiago Calatrava.
Does your young designer love playing Minecraft? Now they can take their skills to another level by learning how to design buildings in Minecraft and prepare them to be 3D printed.
We’re excited to announce the magical moment when eating burritos for lunch and (or) dinner can be viewed as a philanthropic gesture! The MODA team and MODA exhibition sponsor, Chipotle, are making eating a selfless act by organizing a fundraiser to support the museum on March 24!
Join us at MODA for an electrifying morning of LEGO building, littleBits electronic circuitry kits, and local beer!
Create an invention that makes a difference in someone else’s life using littleBits!
Join us for a tour of our current exhibition, Food by Design: Sustaining the Future, as well as a guided look at our pop-up exhibit, Elegantissima: The Design & Typography of Louise Fili.
The second Sunday of every month is Family Free Day at MODA! Join us Sunday, March 12 for Ugly Produce Revolutionaries.
MODA has arranged for a curator-led tour of the current exhibition at SCADFASH, Threads of History. Two Hundred Years of Fashion.Join us on Saturday, March 11, as curator Luca Lo Sicco leads us through a sartorial voyage through style and time that celebrates the power of fashion and its capacity to reflect historical and cultural trends.
Explore Minecraft in a developmentally-friendly way by using it as a tool for designing and building a world!
Taught alongside our current exhibition, Food by Design: Sustaining the Future, a MODA instructor will guide participants through the process of creating a 3D-printable object (such as a wall mount planter or a tabletop planter) in a CAD program and preparing the file to be printed.
What if we could grocery shop while we wait for a bus, or harvest herbs and microgreens in our local supermarket? Take on MODA’s Design-it-Yourself (DIY) Challenge to redesign the grocery shopping experience and supermarket of the future.
Join us on March 2 at 7pm for a talk titled Food, Type, and All Things Italian. Louise is a graphic designer and founder of Louise Fili Ltd., a graphic design studio specializing in brand development for food packaging and restaurants.
Museum of Design Atlanta, 2015
1315 Peachtree St. NE
Atlanta, GA 30309