Community Sundays at the MOCA
The Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto (MOCA Toronto) will introduce TD Community Sundays beginning February 24, 2019 with the opening of new winter exhibitions. MOCA Toronto invites all to enjoy free admission at the museum one Sunday each month from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
TD Community Sundays are made possible by TD Bank Group through its corporate citizenship platform, The Ready Commitment. "We are proud and excited to support the winter program at MOCA, which will help amplify diverse voices and timely perspectives from contemporary artists," says Andrea Barrack, Globe Head, Sustainability and Corporate Citizenship, TD. "We hope through these free Sundays more people can experience contemporary art and connect to it as they reflect on the story, and message, behind the different work. At TD, we believe that arts and cultural events that are reflective of all voices are important for building a more inclusive tomorrow."
The first TD Community Sunday on February 24, 2019, coincides with the new phase of exhibitions featuring the works of Chantal Akerman and Basma Alsharif, running February 14 to April 14, 2019. TD Community Sundaysinclude guided tours of the exhibitions on view. Additional, dynamic program offerings such as local collaborations and family activities will also take place on some of these Sundays for all to participate in.
On view at MOCA throughout 2019 is:
Art in Use
September 22, 2018–September 2019
About the Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto Canada
MOCA Toronto reopened in its new 55,000 square foot home on September 22, 2018. The new MOCA Toronto is a place of conversation, exchange and exploration where visitors of all ages and backgrounds can be part of a global creative moment.
Recently awarded Leading Culture Destinations’ New Culture Destination of the Year 2018 (North America), MOCA features work from both Canadian and other international, ascending and world-renowned artists that explore the themes of our time. Located on Sterling Road, in the culturally rich Junction Triangle community, the museum is housed in the historic Tower Automotive Building, a former aluminium factory. Key partners bolster the museum experience, including a studio collaboration with the Ontario Science Centre, studio spaces by Akin, café by Forno Cultura and shop by Art Metropole.
The evolution of MOCA Toronto is made possible through a unique alliance with Castlepoint Greybrook Sterling Inc., public sector funders, private donors, members, sponsors and a network of cross-sectoral partners. For more information on MOCA Toronto visit moca.ca.