Museum of Contemporary Art gets $5.1 million for building in Junction Triangle

The Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto Canada (MOCA) is receiving $5.1 million from the Canada Cultural Spaces Fund (CCSF) to help with its new building in the Junction Triangle.

From the news release produced by Museum of Contemporary Art

The Government of Canada’s support will help MOCA transform 55,000 square feet of heritage-designated, former industrial space into a new forum for contemporary art in one of the world’s most culturally diverse cities.

Opening in fall 2017, this revitalized space will feature museum-grade exhibition space. Formal and informal spaces will allow the public to gather, exchange, engage, educate, and inspire.

The new MOCA will expand audiences for and increase participation in contemporary art by activating and engaging audiences and artists in issues and themes relevant to our times.

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