Target audience: Teachers, Families
Since it was established in 1983, the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) has built a reputation as a flagship contemporary art space. Situated in an award-winning iconic building in the Southbank arts precinct, ACCA describes itself as a champion of new art and bold ideas.
As part of the festival, ACCA is offering two exciting free programs.
The first is a free∗ evening session for teachers on Thursday 4 May. Led by Artistic Director Max Delany, it will include a private exhibition talk and viewing of a major solo exhibition of Melbourne-based artist Claire Lambe, as part of ACCA’s Influential Australian Artist series. The 90-minute program will begin with a private viewing and floor talk of the current exhibition.
On Sunday 7 May, the focus shifts to families, a free fun day out that gives the opportunity to think and make at ACCA with practicing artists.
ACCA will present two, different 45-minute workshops designed by the practicing artists. Participants can rotate through these workshops across two hours. Each participant will make at least two artworks to take home.
∗Please note, this event was previously mistakenly listed with a ticket price. It is a free event, but bookings are required.