Entry to the MOCCA gallery is "pay-what-you-can". For information on current gallery exhibits at MOCCA, please call the gallery. If you are a current member/supporter, you will receive invitations by mail to upcoming events and exhibitions.

Directions
from West:
The nearest intersection is Queen St. W. and Shaw St. Take the TTC train to Ossington station. Take the 63 Ossington bus southbound to Queen St. West. Get off on Queen St. West just before Shaw St. The Museum is on the north side of Queen St West and set back from a gated parking lot (marked by Shane Dark's bright blue sticks).

from East:
The nearest intersection is Queen St. W. and Shaw St. Take the TTC train to Queen St station. Take the 501 streetcar westbound along Queen St. West and get off at the stop at Shaw St. The Museum is on the north side of Queen St. West and set back from a gated parking lot (marked by Shane Dark's bright blue sticks).

For more information about MOCCA, visit the website.

Feel free to call MOCCA for additional information. Staff members can provide you with details about:

  • educational programming, classes, courses or lectures, or scheduling a school trip (ask for the Education & Exhibitions Coordinator)
  • partnership opportunities (ask for the Director)
  • becoming a member, joining MOCCA's board, or volunteering (ask for the Membership and Events Co-ordinator)
  • sponsoring or donating funds to MOCCA, or renting/booking a space at MOCCA for an event (ask for the Administrator and Finance Co-ordinator)
  • guided tours
  • international programs

Administration
The Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art is part of the administrative structure of Culture at the City of Toronto.
A not-for-profit citizen Board oversees MOCCA's programs and provides financial support. For more information, please visit the City of Toronto's website.

MOCCA Award
The MOCCA Award in Contemporary Art honours a Canadian, active in the field of contemporary art, for innovation, contribution over time, or for a specific project, that has national or international significance.

Eligibility extends to artists, curators, writers, theorists, educators, gallerists, patrons, collectors, philanthropists, advocates, administrators, other professionals and organizations.