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Exposure to light is used as a treatment for seasonal affective disorder (SAD), milder winter blues and sleep disorders. Light therapy can improve our busy lives and make us feel happier. Visit once or as often as you need.Find out more »
Ange Loft will speak about her practice and specifically the thinking behind and making of 'A foreign source of extraordinary power'.Find out more »
Enjoy free admission at the museum one Sunday each month from 10am to 2pm.
TD Community Sundays are made possible by TD Bank Group through its corporate citizenship platform, The Ready Commitment.Find out more »
Connect to body, mind and soul through yoga and meditation in the artful surroundings of MOCA Toronto.
MOCA is excited to present a wellness series with classes that strengthen the well-being of our community and provide a space to explore different modes of mindfulness. From relaxing to invigorating, we invite you to beat the winter blues with artful experiences at the museum.Find out more »
Ange Loft’s wearable sculptures and movement facilitation is brought together in 'All You Can Hold', a multi-arts spectacle created to the music of LAL’s Album – Find Safety. Featuring Some of Toronto’s top queer and trans artists of colour, including, movement by ILL NANA/DiverseCity Dance company and Victoria Mata, and projection design by Jose Garcia. Join in creating a hallowed space, where we define for ourselves what it means to be holy, sacred, consecrated, sanctified, and blessed.Find out more »
Anique Jordan speaks about her work as an artist, a curator and a writer in 'Memory, Urgency, and Performing the Archive'.Find out more »
Movement workshop led by Ange Loft within the space of 'A foreign source of extraordinary power'.Find out more »
Serena Lee speaks about her work in video and performance in a talk entitled 'And Other Imaginary Lines'.Find out more »
Moyra Davey presents her film 'Hemlock Forest' (2016) which has a very explicit connection to Akerman’s 1977 work 'News From Home'.Find out more »
Allyson Mitchell and Deirdre Logue speak on their collaborative work as artists, curators and founders of FAG (Feminist Art Gallery) in a talk entitled 'Hers Is Still a Dank Cave'.Find out more »