MOCA Toronto to Reopen

The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Toronto will reopen to the general public on July 16, 2020 with required advance timed ticketing and new health, procedural and cleaning protocols. Tickets are now available for purchase here. MOCA members receive free admission but are invited to reserve timed tickets before their visit. With the reopening, MOCA introduces new days of operation: Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday 11 am to 6 pm and Friday 11 am to 9 pm with the first hour reserved for seniors and those at a greater health risk.

MOCA reopens with its current series of highly acclaimed, site-specific exhibitions by Carlos Bunga, Shelagh Keeley, Megan Rooney and Sarah Sze, which will extend through the summer. Public programmes, such as conversations, lectures, virtual tours and other events, will continue to be offered on MOCA’s online platforms, with additional new media art content every week on Shift Key — a rotating platform of moving-image artworks by Canadian and other international artists.

The revised schedule for current exhibitions is as follows:
Carlos Bunga: A Sudden Beginning – Floor 1 on view through summer 2020
Carlos Bunga: A Sudden Beginning – Floor 2 on view through October 4, 2020
Dornith Doherty: Archiving Eden: Exchange – Floor 1 on view through August 16, 2020
Shelagh Keeley: An Embodied Haptic Space – on view through September 27, 2020
Megan Rooney: HUSH SKY MURMUR HOLE – on view through September 13, 2020
Sarah Sze: Images in Debris – on view through October 4, 2020