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MOCAZine 2009

MOCAZine 2009

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Volume 10 ©2008-2009 Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami.
to the tenth year of the
! The MuseumOf Contemporary Art, North Miami, is delighted to work with the talented young people of our community on an arts and culture magazine created by and for teens. Over the past year, students from North Miami Middleand High schools have visited MOCA regularly to learn about contemporary art, journalism, poetry, and creative writing through lectures, discussions with artists, exhibitions, tours and editorial meetings. Subsequently, they researched and wrote articles, created photographs, generated images, anddesigned the issue. Once again we are proud to feature work by students inMOCA’s program, Women on the Rise!, and articles by students in MOCA’sSummer Journalism Institute. The fruition of their hard work is evident!The goal of MOCA’zine is to acquaint teens with career opportunities in
the elds of art and journalism as well as to introduce teens to the world of 
contemporary art and enable them to make connections with our exhibitions.MOCA’s teen programs are made possible through fundingfrom The Children’s Trust, National Endowment for the Arts,Florida Department of Education and the School Borad of Miami-Dade County, Jan and Dan Lewis, the Arnold S. Katz Endowment,Florida Department of State, Division of Cultural Affaris and theFlorida Arts Council, John H. & Ethel G. Noble Charitable Trust withDeutsche Bank acting as Trustee, Ethel & W. George Kennedy Family Foundation, the Columbine Foundation and Citi Foundation.
Cindi Nash
Board of Trustees, ChairEducation Committee
Bonnie Clearwater
Director and Chief Curator
Dr. Adrienne von Lates
Curator of Education
Isabel Moros-Rigau
Outreach andProgram Director
Karla D. Kennedy 
Summer JournalismInstitute Adviser
Stephanie Menjivar
Giovanna Stallings-Blanche
Paul Davey 
 Art EditorIllustrator
by Keyandra Summerville6 
Sympathy For The Devil
by Giovanna Stallings-Blanche8 
Men In The Cities
by Amber Mark10 
Treasures from trash
by Michael Silvers12 
Bourgeois inspires student
by Makana Levy14 
Rock The House
by Maia Pineiro16 
Food For The Gods
by Christopher Small18 
Art Is...
by Joanne Ongsitco20 
This Is Lyla
by Andrew Sanzetenea 22 
True North
by Amanda Regis, Martine Souverain, andNicholas Robie24 
The Twister
by Paul Davey26 
Father didn’t want anything to do with it
 by Sabryna Raymond28 
Lasers and Lights
by Journey Rangamar 34 
Artwork from the Women on the Rise! program38 
Station 10 and back again
by Tarah Garcon40 
Two peas from the same pod
by Alexandria Suarez42 
Art therapy reveals what words cannot
 by Alexandria G Smith44 
Hey Jude!
by Sam Angarita 46Information on Junior Docent Program and Summer JournalismInstitute
for more of Paul Davey’s work, visit http://mattahan.deviantart.com

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