Access audio, video, photographs, artist statements and curatorial interpretation with a few clicks. Discover ideas for pre- and post-visit activities, and interactive teaching tools for the classroom. MCA digital resources let you hear from artists, catch behind-the-scenes glimpses and catch up on MCA events.
All MCA Learning resources can be downloaded FREE for educational use.
An exciting set of resources inspired by the practices of David Haines and Joyce Hinterding that combine science and art. Includes interview with the artists, a presentation file and downloadable PDFs.
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The MCA produces a range of supporting and interpretative materials for the general public that are also invaluable for teachers and students. These pages are created for each exhibition held at the MCA and include images, videos and curatorial texts that support public and school engagement with the exhibition.
Since 2005 the MCA has produced video interviews with artists in the MCA collection. The series covers more than 60 artists with more are added each year making this resource one of the most comprehensive sources for information on contemporary Australian artists where the artists own voice is heard.
Access the MCA Artist Interview Collection here.
The MCA Collection contains over 4000 works by Australian artists that have been acquired since 1989. This growing resource includes in depth analysis of artworks, images, exhibition histories and biographical details. MCA Collection Online is an evolving resource that represents many of the Museum’s collection highlights.
Access the online collection here.
These resources provide an introduction to Remain in Light: Photography from the MCA Collections,a MCA Australia touring exhibition of over 70 artworks by Australian and international artists collected by the University of Sydney and the Museum of Contemporary Art during a period spanning more than 50 years.
Explore our latest learning resources produced in partnership with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC).
Designed for students and teachers to access at school, or for independent learners at home, these multimedia resources highlight artistic practice and cultural importance of artists and works in MCA exhibitions and Collection.