The MCA offers a number of important programs that focus on enhancing the engagement of visitors, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander audiences, with contemporary art and ideas. Working closely with community groups, programs are developed and presented either at the MCA or offsite.
Primary students experience works by Indigenous artists in the MCA Collection and connect with the diversity of contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art.View More
In a program for secondary students, engage with the diversity of work by contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists in the MCA Collection.View More
Join us at an event or program to learn more about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art.View More
Djurali, means to grow or learn in the language of the Gadigal people, the traditional owners of the lands and waters of the MCA site. Djurali is our Youth Art Careers Workshop, aimed at Year 9–12 Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander visual arts students who are interested in pursuing tertiary study or a career in the visual arts.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