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Exhibition

Light Show

16 Apr - 05 Jul

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Exhibition

Energies: Haines & Hinterding

25 Jun - 06 Sep

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Exhibition

Aleks Danko

30 Jul - 18 Oct

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Special Event

Educator Exclusive

30 Jul, 5.30pm, Creative Studios National Centre for Creative Learning

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Conference

Dance, Theatre and Visual Art

20 Aug, 9.00am

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Aleks Danko & Tom Polo: Masterclass for teachers

29 Aug, 10.00am, Creative Studios National Centre for Creative Learning

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What we've been reading: June

MCA’s curatorial & digital team share links to articles and websites that have inspired them during June. more

Anna Davis on Energies: Haines & Hinterding

Curator, Anna Davis, has been working closely with David Haines and Joyce Hinterding in the lead up to their solo exhbition at the MCA. more

Welcome to Light Lab!

Welcome to Light Lab, the MCA’s fun free activity space created in conjunction with the exhibition Light Show. Situated in the foyer of the National Centre for Creative Learning it’s open weekends and selected evenings during vivid. more

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Volume One: MCA Collection

Works from the MCA Collection on display

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Remain in Light: Photography from the MCA Collections

On tour until October 2015

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ARTIST INTERVIEW

Watch our latest artist interview with Khaled Sabsabi

Workshop

Weave with the Artists
– Boolarng Nangamai

Listen, weave and learn in these two hour workshops with artists from string theory. Create your own bush jewellery necklace with woven pendant and bracelet with cultural knowledge holder Jodi Edwards and discuss Aboriginal way of life as Kelli Ryan, Founder of Boolarng Nanagamai Aborginal Art and Culture Studio shares stories of ‘Together Dreaming’ inspiration.

“Boolarng Nangamai means ‘together dreaming’ and comes from the Biripi and Dharawal languages of NSW. The name strongly represents who they are and how inclusive they are in the sharing of their artistic and cultural knowledge” – Tess Allas, string theory catalogue

Installation view, string theory; Focus on contemporary Australian art, 2013

Image courtesy and copyright the artists

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