The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) on Sterling Avenue is bringing a global virtual art experience to Sorauren Park starting October 1. One of the stops at Sorauren Park features celebrated Chinese contemporary artist Ai Weiwei.
To experience the exhibits, you need to download the Seeing the Invisible app to your iPhone or Android smartphone, details here.
From the MOCA website: “MOCA presents the acclaimed augmented reality (AR) contemporary art exhibition, Seeing the Invisible, in partnership with the City of Toronto and Toronto Parks, Forestry & Recreation. Presented for the first time by a museum and in free public spaces, the exhibition includes AR works by thirteen internationally recognized artists: Ai Weiwei, Jakob Kudsk Steensen, Sarah Meyohas, Timur Si-Qin, Isaac Julien CBE RA, Ori Gersht, Refik Anadol, El Anatsui, Pamela Rosenkranz, Mohammed Kazem, Mel O’Callaghan, Daito Manabe, and Sigalit Landau.Continue reading
Support the non-profit, community-powered Friends of Sorauren Park with your purchase of a cool Friends of Sorauren Park t-shirt! All proceeds support free programming in the park and the projects of Friends of Sorauren Park.
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Sorauren Park will host one of the City’s modified summer camp programs for kids aged 6-12, starting July 13. Online registration opens June 25.Continue reading
Registration for kids soccer and t-ball starts March 11 through the city of Toronto website and other means. The popular programs are run in partnership with the community-based Sorauren Sports Association. The city also runs tennis programs and, in the Sorauren Park Fieldhouse, early-age Adventure Camp, supervised play programs, and adult pilates through the summer.Continue reading