Visit

Mercer Union will open on 17 September 2022 for Aimée Zito Lema’s exhibition, Scryer in the Archive.

We are happy to accommodate private visits outside of regular gallery hours; please reach out by email at office@mercerunion.org to request an appointment.

Health and safety measures at Mercer Union include:

  • Hand sanitizer and disposable masks available on site
  • Additional cleaning of high touch surfaces

Please postpone your visit if you are not feeling well.

Accessibility

Mercer Union is located at street level and has an accessible ground-floor washroom, with clear, unobstructed pathways within the gallery. Please note that there are no automatic doors at the entrance or washroom.

Mercer Union is committed to ensuring equal access and participation for people with disabilities. We welcome onto our premise service animals and support persons. If you require additional accommodations, please send an email to office@mercerunion.org.

Exhibition tours

Exhibition tours are currently by appointment only, if you would like to arrange a tour or to find out more, email us at: office@mercerunion.org

Free Educational tours

Mercer Union is happy to welcome school groups. If you would like to arrange a visit or find out more, contact Sonya Filman.

Nearby

Mercer Union is a proud part of the Bloor and Lansdowne Art District. Our neighbours include MOCA, Gallery TPW, Daniel Faria Gallery, Robert Kananaj Gallery and Clint Roenisch Gallery, all on and around St Helens Avenue, and further north, Arsenal Toronto/Division Gallery, Franz Kaka and Patel/Brown Gallery.

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