Monet Toronto

Beyond Monet: The Immersive Experience makes its World premiere in Toronto at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre this summer, for a limited engagement.

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About
Beyond Monet

People of all ages can be part of every brushstroke as Monet’s artwork comes to life in front of their very eyes. Guests can become one with the paintings as projections of Monet’s pieces swirl around, transforming the space into an ethereal representation of his life’s work. His artwork expands beyond the framed canvases through music, sound effects and scenography that will awaken the senses and create a captivating atmosphere. Beyond Monet promises to break conventions with this spectacular audio-visual journey through impressionism. In Monet’s vision lies an incandescent world without a shore, a world of fleeting and effervescent reflections. Beyond our gaze is Monet.

Exhibit Details

opening summer, 2021

Duration

The visit will take around one hour.

LOCATION

Beyond Monet will take place at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre:
255 Front St W, Toronto, ON M5V 2W6

Health and Safety

The exhibit’s space within the Metro Toronto Convention Centre boasts over 50,000 square feet to allow visitors enough space to social distance with ease. The art event will also run on a timed ticketed-entry system, in order to ensure visitors’ health and safety and limited-capacity. Safety of the attendees is our top priority as we continue to follow the advice of public health agencies and government officials.

Frequently Asked Questions

Beyond Monet is following the approved guidelines below:
  • Timed ticket sales to help reduce congestion and capacity.
  • Arrow markings to allow for separate entrance and exit directions.
  • Increased cleaning practices of high touch surfaces with approved cleaning products.
  • Multiple hand sanitizer stations throughout the exhibit and venue.
  • Contactless transactions only to lessen transmission risk.
  • Masks are required inside the venue.

Tickets can be purchased right here at monettoronto.com.

Yes. Wheelchairs, walkers, and scooters are all permitted.

Yes. Service animals are permitted if accompanied by the appropriate credentials.

Yes, strollers and babies are permitted.

Yes. Photos of the event are permissible. Video recording of the event is not allowed. Tripods are not allowed in the venue.

No food and beverage will be sold on-site. No outside food and beverage will be permitted in the exhibit. 

Still have questions?

Reach us at info@monettoronto.com

BIPOC x Beyond

For every ticket that is purchased, one dollar will go towards an all-new fellowship program, the Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC) Fellowship, to help magnify the creative vision and voices of the BIPOC community.

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About BIPOC Fellowship 

Canadians are missing out on the creative potential of Black, Indigenous and other People of Colour. Due to systemic racism, few of our cultural institutions reflect Canada’s diversity among their leaders. Karen Carter, Co-founder of Black Artists’ in Dialogue and Gail Lord, President of Lord Cultural Resources, initiated the BIPOC Fellowship for professionals in the Gallery, Library, Arts and Museum sectors to provide funding and an effective mentorship program for both the fellows and their employer institutions. Imagine how vital Canada’s cultural sector will be when its leadership reflects diverse voices and perspectives. www.bipocfellowship.com