Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art
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|Location||7374 E. 2nd St|
Scottsdale, AZ 85251 United States
|Curator||Sara Cochran |
Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (SMoCA) in the state of Arizona is a museum in the Old Town district of downtown Scottsdale, Arizona. The museum is dedicated to exhibiting modern works of art, design and architecture. The Museum has four galleries that house various exhibitions, curated from their growing permanent collection and rotating shows. Knight Rise skyspace, by Arizona artist James Turrell, is permanently on view.
The museum is run for the city by Scottsdale Arts, a non-profit corporation.
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