MCA Learning programs connect students and teachers to contemporary art through innovative creative learning approaches. A range of programs incorporate different learning styles and multiple intelligences to explore exhibitions, artists’ practice and the art world both at the Museum and remotely through digital excursions.
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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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.
Access BOSTES endorsed professional development opportunities and develop your teaching skills though workshops and seminars. Don’t miss our regular Educator Exclusive evenings, to experience new MCA exhibitions, meet with artists and curators, explore new teaching ideas and connect with colleagues in the National Centre for Creative Learning.
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