By Carolyn Kelly

Agora. Photo: Manuel Molina Martagon

Agora. Photo: Manuel Molina Martagon

• A new season of

As we head into the week, our sights are set on the fourth of July. If you’re not heading out of the city to the nearest beach, here the lineup of what’s happening at MoMA:

Vito Acconci. Three Relationship Studies. 1970. Courtesy Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI), New York

• Tonight, don’t miss a Modern Mondays evening with the legendary artist and architect Vito Acconci, whose early work is currently on view at MoMA PS1.

• The first full retrospective of Bruce Conner’s 50-year career opens on Sunday, with Member Previews beginning on Wednesday. Be the first to see this postwar artist’s groundbreaking work in film, assemblage, and more.

Agora. Photo: Manuel Molina Martagon

Agora. Photo: Manuel Molina Martagon

• A new season of Agoras in the Sculpture Garden—informal conversations sparked by open questions led by educators and guest artists—kicks off on Wednesday at 3:00 p.m. This summer’s sessions focus on how we envision the future of art.

• Join the Wiki Loves Pride Edit-a-thon on Wednesday from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. and help expand the information and perspectives on LGBT topics and information on Wikipedia.

• Take a Summer Morning Tour, offered on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays throughout the summer, and enjoy the Sculpture Garden, coffee and a treat, and an intimate tour of the galleries before the Museum opens to the public.

Warm Up at MoMA PS1 on June 11, 2016.  Image courtesy of MoMA PS1.  Photo:  Derek Shultz

Warm Up at MoMA PS1 on June 11, 2016. Image courtesy of MoMA PS1. Photo: Derek Shultz

• Don’t forget about Warm Up at MoMA PS1 on Saturday, with Detroit-based DJ/producer/composer Theo Parrish headlining.

• And Monday is the last chance to see Ernie Gehr’s large-scale, multiscreen video installation CARNIVAL OF SHADOWS, which is a digital adaptation of an early 20th-century shadowgraph toy.

Read more here:: This Week at MoMA: June 27–July 4