The Museum of Contemporary Art is offering the perfect way to escape the cold this winter.
Starting February 24, in alignment with the release of new winter exhibitions, the museum will be offering free admission to all visitors on one Sunday each month.
Guests will be able to visit MOCA from 10 am to 2 pm, free of charge.
- Toronto's Museum of Contemporary Art officially opens this weekend
- Toronto's new light therapy room will help you beat the winter blues
- An interactive and personalized light exhibit is coming to Toronto this winter
“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,” says Andrea Barrack, in a press release. Barrack is Globe Head of Sustainability and Corporate Citizenship at TD Bank Group, which is behind this Sunday special.
The first of these free Sundays coincides with the new phase of exhibitions featuring the works of Chantal Akerman and Basma Alsharif, running February 14 to April 14, 2019.
The free days include guided tours of the exhibitions on view. Dynamic program offerings such as local collaborations and family activities will also take place on some of these Sundays, for all to participate in.
While you’re at the MOCA, you’ve got to pop into the light therapy room. It’s sure to brighten your winter mood and up your energy.
And if you’re still needing a little extra boost, the Drake Commissary is right up the street.
When: From Sunday, February 24, 2019
Where: MOCA – 158 Sterling Road, Toronto
Time: One Sunday monthly from 10 am to 2 pm
Tickets: Available online