In honor of the five-year anniversary of its Farshid Moussavi-designed building, as well as its fall exhibitions, MOCA Cleveland is hosting a free community day today from noon to midnight. The day includes family-friendly activities, panel discussions with senior curator Andria Hickey and featured artists from the current exhibitions, which guests can explore throughout the day. Additionally, WRUW Studio-A-Rama presents live music every hour from 2 p.m. to midnight in Toby's Plaza, headlined at 10:30 p.m. by Sweet Spirit with special guests New Bomb Turks and This Moment in Black History. Following the event, the Happy Dog at the Euclid Tavern hosts a midnight afterparty. MOCA Cleveland's Fall 2017 exhibitions include the first U.S. museum solo show by British artist Phil Collins (not the musician) and A Poet*hical Wager, a group exhibition of contemporary abstract artists from around the world who use abstraction to convey complex feelings and concepts that can't be portrayed through representational imagery. Admission is free. (Usmani).