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October 3 @ 5:00 – 8:00 pm
| Free for Members
Join us on Thursday, October 3 as we stay open late for an exclusive Members’-only evening at MOCA. This is the perfect opportunity for valued members like yourself to experience the recently opened exhibition Age of You, as well as Shezad Dawood’s Leviathan, part of the inaugural Toronto Biennial of Art.
October 23 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
| Free for Members
In this workshop, we will reimagine the digital future of Toronto and what it could look like in 2040. Together we will build narratives about the future and map out local policy recommendations in relation to Sidewalk Labs’ Smart City plans.
Mapping Digital Futures is part of a series of workshops presented in partnership with Digital Justice Lab for Age of You.
The Digital Justice Lab’s (DJL) mission is to focus on building a more just and equitable future. DJL engages with diverse communities to build alternative digital futures. Working alongside technologists, community activists and policymakers, DJL helps to shape a better understanding of technology and its impact on communities across the country. Through capacity building, public engagement and continuous collaboration, DJL supports communities in making informed decisions around digital issues. Digital Justice Lab is a project of Tides Canada, a registered Canadian charity dedicated to providing uncommon solutions for the common good.
Reserve your free ticket here.
The Aga Khan Museum invites visitors to journey across cultures, continents, and time. Through its diverse Museum Collection, special exhibitions, and dynamic programming, the Museum offers a portal to discover the artistic, intellectual, and scientific heritage of Muslim civilizations across the globe.
Special Offer for MOCA Members – Explore the Aga Khan Museum for FREE
Saturday, October 19, and Sunday, October 20, from 10 am to 6 pm, present your MOCA Membership card and receive free admission to both the Aga Khan Museum’s permanent and temporary exhibitions. Please note: this offer is for cardholders only and does not include guest privileges.
Visit the temporary exhibition:
Experience the first major exhibition to reveal the shared history of West Africa, North Africa, the Middle East, and Europe from the 8th to 16th centuries and see more than 250 artworks, many shown in North America for the first time.
Become a Friend of the Aga Khan Museum for a day!
Present your MOCA membership card to receive a 20% discount on purchases in the Gift Shop and 10% discount on lunch at Diwan or in the Courtyard Café. For reservations at Diwan, please call 416.646.4670.
For more information about the Museum and its programming, please visit agakhanmuseum.org
Your MOCA membership takes you places! Enjoy free admission to hundreds of museums and galleries throughout North America by showing your MOCA membership card.
Access, Engage and Immerse Members receive reciprocal admission to the following:
Additionally, Engage and Immerse Members receive reciprocal admission to the Modern and Contemporary Reciprocal Admission Program (ModCo)
MOCA members receive 15% off MOCA branded merchandise.
Drake Commissary is a culinary hub of innovation and experimentation in the Junction Triangle just down the street from MOCA that goes beyond the made-from-scratch mentality. Everything served and sold is baked, churned, fermented, cultured and pickled to perfection in the 8,000 square foot space.
Show your same-day MOCA ticket upon arrival and get a 15% off Culture-Goer discount on food for your whole table.
Learn more and make a reservation at drakecommissary.ca.
Present your same-day MOCA ticket over at the brewery, and receive 20% off draught, food and Henderson merchandise.
Anansi publishes very good books. Use your MOCA admission ticket for 15% off at the Anansi Bookshop.
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Sterling Weekend, 2019. Photos by Gabriel Li.