“Forno Cultura is an alternative baking space which feeds the local community with the true taste of Italy.”
Forno Cultura offers light fare such as artisanal sandwiches, biscotti, coffee and a range of beverages.
Forno Cultura is currently under construction and will open later this winter.
Explore a range of artist-initiated publications, multiples and MOCA Toronto merchandise.
Monday: 10am – 5pm
Wednesday: 10am – 5pm
Thursday: 10am – 5pm
Friday: 10am – 9pm
Saturday: 10am – 5pm
Sunday: 10am – 5pm
MOCA is happy to partner with Akin to provide affordable rental space to 32 visual artists and cultural practitioners.
For more information about the selection process for the Akin Studio Program, please visit akin.art/moca.
Also on the studio floor, MOCA is collaborating with the Ontario Science Centre to produce works that explore the intersections of art, science and technology for display at the centre.
Meet the current OSC artists:
PA System art collective, a collaboration between artists Alexa Hatanaka and Patrick Thompson, are the current OSC resident artists at MOCA until March 15, 2019. They create public artwork and work in textile, printmaking, painting, and video. They exhibit in institutions internationally, such as the Canada House in London, the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona and the Art Gallery of Ontario. PA System’s recent work is informed by their time spent over the past six years in Kinngait (Cape Dorset, Nunavut), where their ongoing project Embassy of Imagination (EOI) is based. EOI is a visual art and social practice working with and for Kinngait youth.
PA System art collective invites everyone to help create part of the ongoing work Resolution (Mass of Clarity).
Milumbe Haimbe was born in Lusaka, Zambia. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture attained from the Copperbelt University in Kitwe Zambia, and also holds a Master’s Degree in Fine Arts obtained from the Oslo National Academy of the Arts in Norway.
Milumbe is a multimedia artist interested in exploring diversity in popular media and culture. Her work combines several mediums including drawing, illustration, animation, video, 3D modelling, text and comic book art to navigate these themes. She represents a wide intersection of cultural minorities and believes that this intersectionality places her in a prime position to lend her voice to the communities that she represents.
She has exhibited her work in numerous shows, including FOCUS 10 – Art Basal in Switzerland, and is an alumnus of the Art Omi International Artist’s Residency in New York, as well as the Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship in Washington DC. She also exhibited in the Biennale for Contemporary African Art in Dakar, 2014, and is a recipient of the 2015 Bellagio Arts Fellowship Award, the Astraea Global Arts Fund, and the Lauréate du prix de la Fondation Blachère.