See what events and programs are coming up in the calendar for Teachers.View More
Need help creating a professional development session for your staff? We can tailor a program that explores areas such as creative learning through contemporary art, contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art practice, art and technology workshops, or ideas for developing literacy through contemporary art.View More
Experience new MCA exhibitions and uncover behind-the-scenes perspectives with talks from artists and curators in a series of events just for teachers. Explore new teaching ideas and connect with a community of educators.View More
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
Build a tool-kit of strategies for developing creative learning experiences through contemporary art in the primary classroom. Explore new ways to help your students engage with artworks, make cross-curricular connections and participate in a range of experimental art-making activities.View More
Bungawarra invites teachers to join Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists from the MCA Collection, along with Aboriginal curators and educators from the MCA Learning team to explore contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art practice and cultural learning approaches for the classroom.View More
Discover how dance, music, theatre and the visual arts can unlock the learning of students with disability. A two-day forum focused on building creative skills and ideas sharing. Presented in partnership with the Sydney Opera House.View More
Hear from New Romance: Art and the Posthuman MCA curator Anna Davis and leading artists Patricia Piccinini, Rebecca Baumann and Ian Burns to explore what it means to be human today in this unique professional development opportunity featuring in depth artist talks, Q&A session and panel discussion.View More
Join teaching artists from Sydney’s leading cultural organisations to explore cross-curricular and cross-arts connections for the primary classroom.
Presented in partnership with the Sydney Opera House.View More
Our Teachers Advisory Group brings together educators from all stages and regions across NSW to help us develop meaningful programs and resources for students and teachers.