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Member Benefits

As a MOCA member, you have unlimited access to thought-provoking art and ideas. Your membership also includes exclusive benefits, from Members’ Previews to reciprocal benefits.

Member Log In Instructions
MOCA Toronto has recently switched to a brand-new system for selling tickets and memberships: Agile Ticketing Solutions.
With this new system you will be able to:
  • Log onto using your new Member ID number and create an online username and password. You will be able to access your discounts and member benefits immediately.
  • Get to your event easily and efficiently. Print your tickets at home or send them to your phone as an e-ticket.
  • Buy tickets to different events or renew your membership, in one transaction!

To log into create your username and password, and purchase tickets:

  1. Click here and login using your Member ID Number or email
  2. When you log in for the first time, you will be asked to create your online username and password.
  3. Once logged in, you will be able to purchase tickets at the discounted Member ticket price. When you are ready to finalize your order, click Proceed to Checkout.
  4. On the payment page, please verify your billing address and enter valid credit card info to pay for your order. Click Make Payment to complete your order.

We want to make sure that this change is a positive one for all our members. Please do not hesitate to call or email us with questions or feedback.

Member Events

CANCELLED: Exclusive Tour of The Power Plant, March 26

Please note that this tour has been postponed until further notice.

View the current exhibitions after hours with Power Plant curator, Justine Kohleal who will be leading members through the current exhibits with a special focus on the Naufus’ show.

Enjoy refreshments and mingle with fellow MOCA and Power Plant Members.

Date: Thursday, March 26
Time: 6–8 pm
Location: The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, 231 Queens Quay W.

Parking: Underground parking is available directly in front of the gallery and above ground at Queens Quay West and Rees Street. For parking rates and locations, visit Harbourfront Centre’s website.

The Power Plant is pleased to offer free admission for current MOCA members.

Space is limited. To RSVP, email

Reciprocal Benefits

Your MOCA membership takes you places! Enjoy free admission to hundreds of museums and galleries throughout North America by showing your MOCA membership card.

Access, Engage and Immerse Members receive reciprocal admission to the following:

Ontario Association of Art Galleries (OAAG)

North American Reciprocal Museum Association (NARM)

Additionally, Engage and Immerse Members receive reciprocal admission to the Modern and Contemporary Reciprocal Admission Program (ModCo)


Art Metropole

MOCA members receive 15% off MOCA branded merchandise.

Forno Cultura at MOCA

Members can enjoy a half-priced bottle of wine at Forno Cultura (on select bottles only).

Forno Cultura’s offers a wine list that is a mixture of new and old world wine making, whether you love natural wine or want a sturdy, traditional red. The kitchen offerings range from simple salumi + cheese plates to more hardy options like risotto and protein options.

Drake Commissary

Drake Commissary is a culinary hub of innovation and experimentation in the Junction Triangle just down the street from MOCA that goes beyond the made-from-scratch mentality. Everything served and sold is baked, churned, fermented, cultured and pickled to perfection in the 8,000 square foot space.

Show your MOCA membership card at any location upon arrival and get a 15% off Culture-Goer discount on food for your whole table.

Learn more and make a reservation at

Henderson Brewery

Present your same-day MOCA ticket over at the brewery, and receive 20% off draught, food and Henderson merchandise.

House of Anansi Press

Anansi publishes very good books. Use your MOCA admission ticket for 15% off at the Anansi Bookshop.

Exchange Weekends

Stay tuned for exchange weekends with other cultural institutions across the city.

Questions? Contact

Banner: Installation view: Satoshi Fujiwara, Crowd Landscape, 2019; Age of You, MOCA Toronto. Photo by Tom Arban.
Sterling Weekend, 2019. Photos by Gabriel Li.