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Celebrate spring at MOCA. Get your hands dirty and get creative by making your own wildflower seed ball that you can toss into your garden, or gift to a friend.The event is free and for all ages. Drop in anytime between 12pm-4pm.Find out more »
You're invited to participate in a collage art-making, constructing, and storytelling workshop inspired by Basma Alsharif’s exhibition.In this workshop, participants can create a layered collage inspired by an experience or memory. Tell a story using images, learn the basics of composition and make new friends.Find out more »
A work of theatre. A work of performance.
Lido Pimienta is a Toronto-based, Colombian-born interdisciplinary musician and artist-curator. She has performed, exhibited, and curated around the world since 2002, exploring the politics of gender, race, motherhood, identity and the construct of the Canadian landscape in the Latin American diaspora and vernacular.
Her 2017 Polaris Prize-winning album La Papessa charts Pimienta’s evolution into an independent woman and artist who refuses to fit into pre-conceived notions of what a pop Latina artist ought to be.Find out more »
You're invited to participate in a collage art-making, constructing, and storytelling workshop inspired by Basma Alsharif’s exhibition. In this workshop, participants can create a layered collage inspired by an experience or memory. Tell a story using images, learn the basics of composition and make new friends. Registration is not required. The workshop takes around 45 minutes and includes a tour of Basma Alsharif's exhibition. You are welcome to bring your own magazines and paper materials to use in your collage. Workshop times are 1pm,…Find out more »
Connect to body, mind and soul through yoga and meditation in the artful surroundings of MOCA Toronto.
MOCA is excited to continue our wellness series, following Well Winter. Spring Forward offers classes that strengthen the well-being of our community and provide a space to explore different modes of mindfulness. From relaxing to invigorating, we invite you to treat yourself with artful experiences at the museum.
On Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays, sign up for classes led by local yoga, meditation, Pilates practitioners. Classes take place outside regular museum hours for a tranquil experience. Please plan to set time aside before the class if you would like to explore the museum.Find out more »
Come by one of these locations on Sterling Rd. pick up a map and join us for an afternoon scavenger hunt of open studios, galleries and businesses. Get your map stamped at all 9 spaces and you can enter a raffle for various prizes and redeem it for a complimentary beverage at Henderson's Brewing.Find out more »
Allyson Mitchell and Deirdre Logue speak on their collaborative work as artists, curators and founders of FAG (Feminist Art Gallery) in a talk entitled 'Hers Is Still a Dank Cave'.Find out more »
Welcome to TD Community Sundays at MOCA
Enjoy free admission to the museum one Sunday each month from 10am to 2pm.
TD Community Sundays are made possible by TD Bank Group through its corporate citizenship platform, The Ready Commitment.
TD Community Sundays may include guided tours of the exhibitions on view. Stay tuned for more program offerings and activities.
Moyra Davey presents her film 'Hemlock Forest' (2016) which has a very explicit connection to Akerman’s 1977 work 'News From Home'.Find out more »
Join curator Muna Cann and artist Gustavo Artigas for an interactive video-making workshop inspired by Chantal Akerman and Basma Alsharif’s exhibitions at MOCA.
Playful and experimental in nature, the workshop will explore the differences and similarities between video art and cinema. Participants in the workshop will have the chance to create collaborative short videos using footage from their smartphones as a means to inquire into traditional narrative film and how it might be disrupted.Find out more »