The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia is pleased to present the first major survey exhibition in the Southern hemisphere by internationally renowned artist and Turner Prize recipient, Grayson Perry, as part of the Sydney International Art Series.
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Connect with the Biennale artists & staff at our Educator Exclusive, Exchange Series or Contemporary Art Studio programs.
Bookings and information
For all other primary or secondary programs book through our schools page & request a focus on the Biennale!
About the exhibition
Access the MCA learning resources to discover a rich source of materials designed to develop and support creative learning and engagement with contemporary art in the classroom.View More
Essential info for schools planning on visiting the MCA including planning a self guided visit.View More
Discover the possibilities of contemporary art on a lively Gallery Exploration sparking creative and critical responses to artworks.View More
Exhibition in Focus programs put an exhibition under the spotlight in an investigative Gallery Exploration. Zero-in on an artist’s practice, concepts, process and approach to materials.View More
Discover the diversity of contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists in the MCA Collection.View More
Spend a day in the studio with guest artists from MCA exhibitions in 2016. Connect with an artist, discover their practice and explore new ways of looking, thinking and creating.View More
In a small-group program based on dialogue and exchange, investigate artworks to build a tool-kit of strategies for unpacking and responding to contemporary art.View More
Explore contemporary art the write way – a playful creative writing program for students of Visual Arts or English.View More
Join artists and curators in conversation with secondary students from NSW schools for a series of lively talks exploring artist and curatorial practice. Attend in person or stream live to your classroom.View More
Examine how artworks use newer technologies and how these effects can form the language of an artwork. Take these ideas and apply them in a collaborative art-making workshop using littleBits electronics to create sculptures that move, light up and respond to a viewer.View More
Djurali means 'to grow’ in the language of the Gadigal people, the traditional owners of the land and waters the MCA is situated upon. Djurali is a free program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in Years 10 – 12 who are interested in undertaking a tertiary degree in Fine Art.View More
Connect with creative learning programs at the MCA from anywhere in Australia – for free! Experience interactive workshops that link students with contemporary art and artists in real time and challenge students to look and think in new ways through encounters with contemporary art.View More
Explore contemporary art in the Bella Program, a FREE creative learning program for children and young people with specific needs, including physical, intellectual, behavioural or sensory disability.View More
Feeling brave? Open a creative learning mystery box on an Artist-Run Adventure with a practicing artist from the MCA’s Artist Educator team.View More
Got an idea for a learning program at the MCA? Our Artist Educators can develop a Gallery Exploration or Studio Workshop tailored to the needs of your class.View More