Learn at the MCA
– Visitors with Specific Needs
The MCA offers a variety of programs and services to ensure the accessibility of the Museum and its collection.
Visiting the MCA
Visitors with specific needs are welcome at MCA, supported by our excellent staff and services. Please see our Visit page for all the details.
Bella program for students with specific needs
Look, touch, listen and create in the Bella Program, a FREE art-making workshop for children and young people with specific needs, including physical, intellectual, emotional or behavioural disabilities.
Also explore Hiromi Tango’s commissioned work for the Bella Room, the MCA’s space for students with specific learning needs.
Visitors who are blind or with vision impairment
Access the MCA’s collection and exhibitions through audio-described tours.
Visitors who are deaf or with hearing impairment
Explore the museum with AUSLAN-interpreted tours of the MCA Collection and exhibitions.