Occasionally MoMA swags itself out in the evenings, dispelling any notions about museums and stuffiness. Tomorrow, Ad-Rock will perform a three-hour long DJ set as part of Looking at Music 3.0, a current exhibition focusing on NYC's underground music scene during the '80s and '90s.

The hilarious and gifted Kathleen Hanna, former frontwoman for Bikini Kill and current spouse to Ad-Rock, will be on hand to sign posters and generate that air of brilliance she brings to a room.

Cey Adams, the man who served as the Def Jam creative director during hip-hops golden age will also be signing. He designed the artwork and packaging for many of your favorite Method Man, DMX, and Jay-Z albums.

There's no special ticket for this event; just buy a regular admission ticket.

MoMA Nights with DJ Ad-Rock
Thursday, May 5
5:30 p.m. to 8:45 p.m.
Museum of Modern Art
11 West 53 St, New York
Tickets $20 (regular admission fee)