Autumn is the perfect time to get inspired, whether that’s through an art exhibit at the National Gallery of Canada or MOCA Toronto, the beauty of Parks Canada places in the fall, or exploring a re-opened cultural space like The Royal Alberta Museum. Use our CAP Attractions Directory to see all the art galleries, museums, and more where you can get inspired with your CAP card. [Photo: Parks Canada – Ethan Meleg]
The Royal Alberta Museum Grand Opening in Edmonton
The new Royal Alberta Museum is excited to welcome you with six days of free admission for everyone, October 3 – 8! With 2.4 million uniquely Albertan stories just waiting to be told, you’ll find a-ha moments around every corner: space rocks, live bugs, enormous dinosaurs, wildlife, and personal accounts from people who have shaped Alberta come together in bold, new exhibits. Learn more here.
Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Toronto opens in new location
MOCA Toronto opened its doors on September 22, 2018 at its new location in Toronto’s Junction Triangle. Visit the new MOCA Toronto, a place of conversation, exchange and exploration where visitors of all ages and backgrounds can be part of a global creative moment. They welcome you to three phases of exhibitions a year featuring work from Canadian and international artists that explores the themes of our time. Visit their website for details. [Photo: Kendell Geers]
Parks Canada in the Fall
The Fall is a wonderful time to explore and discover Canada’s natural and cultural heritage. To see what fun fall activities and special events are happening at Parks Canada places, click here: Fall Events 2018. [Photo: Parks Canada – Ethan Meleg ]
Artissimo activities for children at National Art Gallery
The Artissimo Studio in the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, ON, is where families can have fun making art. Each month features a new project to create and take home. Visit on the weekend of Saturday, October 6 to Sunday, October 7 to create Gel Window Clings and Neon Monster Masks.
Thanks for sharing your photo with us from the Art Gallery of Hamilton, Elizabeth!
Use social media to share your photos from with us: use the hashtag #CAPCanada when posting your photos, or you can also tag CAP and/or the ICC in your photos on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. [Photo: @eneswald1 ]
Citizenship ceremonies at CAP Attractions
The Institute for Canadian Citizenship (ICC), in partnership with IRCC, will be hosting more than a dozen citizenship ceremonies this month! Some of these ceremonies will be hosted at CAP Attractions, where you are invited to use your CAP card to join the ICC and relive the moment. Join us at the Vancouver Art Gallery on Friday, October 10 at 10:30 a.m.; Ontario Science Centre in Toronto, ON, on Thursday, October 11 at 11:00 a.m.; or the Art Gallery of Alberta in Edmonton, AB, on Tuesday, October 30 at 11:00 a.m.
2018 ICC Fellowship kicked off at 6 Degrees Toronto
Last week, the 2018 cohort of ICC Fellows kicked off their fellowship term by presenting their projects at 6 Degrees Toronto. The ICC Fellowship provides a special opportunity for young leaders to foster change and inclusion in their communities. At 6 Degrees Toronto, the 2018 ICC Fellows met with leaders, thinkers, and doers in this space, who provided the fellows with invaluable advice and mentorship. You can read more about the fellows and their projects, and follow their journey here.
Thank you to everyone who attended, volunteered at, or helped spread the word about 6 Degrees Toronto. Your involvement in this year’s event was integral to its success. It was a great three days of conversation, ideas, and action with 45 leaders from around the world, and more than 500 participants. The ICC looks forward to continuing the conversation at 6 Degrees Berlin on November 12! To see highlights from 6 Degrees Toronto and for more information about 6 Degrees Berlin, visit 6DegreesTO.com.
“I think the CAP [card] is a fantastic idea. We have been to several concerts with our free tickets from CAP and went to Banff National Park,” says Shandra, “I plan to visit the Bell Music Centre, TELUS Spark and Fort Calgary in the near future. I love art and museums: they teach about the diversity of our cultures and the history that formed this country. They also provide a chance to learn from past mistakes and ensure that Indigenous culture survives.” Learn more about CAP member Shandra Weber in this month’s CAP Spotlight, written by her.