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Energies: Haines & Hinterding

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Aleks Danko

30 Jul - 18 Oct

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

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Alex White reflects upon the newly launched program offerings and the possibilities these hold for students and teachers anywhere in Australia. more

Mug Shots

In preparation for the The Rocks Aroma Festival on July 26, MCA staff share some of the stories behind the mugs they use for their workplace beverages. more

MCA’s first Oculus Rift artwork experience

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Volume One: MCA Collection

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Remain in Light: Photography from the MCA Collections

On tour until October 2015

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ARTIST INTERVIEW

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Exhibition

War Is Over! (if you want it): Yoko Ono

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15 November 2013-23 February 2014

The works of legendary artist, peace activist and musician – Yoko Ono – were shown ay the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia for War Is Over! (if you want it): Yoko Ono exclusively to Sydney.

Famously described by John Lennon as ‘the world’s most famous unknown artist’, Ono is now recognised as an innovative artist whose work traverses generations. From the personal to the political, Ono has embraced themes of loss, conflict, humanity, and the desire for world peace through her art.

Visitors delighted sculpture, immersive installations, written texts, films, sound compositions and participatory art works which involved a range of hands-on activities – from mending and arranging broken crockery, to stamping world maps with peace stamps, to writing personal messages of love to your mother.

This was rare opportunity to see the conceptual masterpieces of Yoko Ono.

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