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International Grand Opening Weekend

September 22 @ 10:00 am - September 23 @ 5:00 pm

| Free
Kendell Geers

Official Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Saturday, 10 am
Museum doors open at 11am

Last entry at 4:30 pm

Join us for MOCA’s official public grand opening ceremony. Following the ribbon cutting ceremony, we invite you to explore all five floors of the museum all weekend for free. Meet some of the artists and learn about their work.

This event is not ticketed and is all ages. Anticipate wait times.

Artists in attendance (subject to change):

      • Hiba Abdallah
      • Andreas Angelidakis
      • Matilda Aslizadeh
      • Adrian Blackwell
      • Justin Langlois
      • Ange Loft
      • Rajni Perera
      • Jeremy Shaw
      • Nep Sidhu

Getting to MOCA, 158 Sterling Road, Toronto

  • Transit: MOCA is easily accessible by TTC and we highly suggest this mode of transportation. We are located near Dundas West and Lansdowne Stations. You can reach us via the 505 Dundas and 506 Carlton.
  • Parking: There is very limited paid parking available across MOCA.
  • Biking: We are located along the West Toronto Rail Path. There are limited bike rings for parking.
  • Road closures: Dundas St. and Lansdowne Ave. intersection is closed due to construction

Accessibility:

MOCA Toronto is a barrier-free and accessible museum for all. We are located on the first five floors of the Tower Automotive Building, with elevators serving each floor. The museum has wheelchair and stroller parking as well as two walkers and wheelchairs available onsite for use. If you have other needs we should know about, contact us at visitorexperience@moca.ca ahead of time to make any arrangements.

 

This event has been financially assisted by the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund of the Government of Ontario through the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport, administered by the Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund Corporation

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Kendell Geers, BE:LIE:VE, 2002. Neon. Courtesy the artist and Stephen Friedman Gallery.