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Museum of Contemporary Art

Audio described and tactile tour: Janet Laurence

Saturday 18 May 2019 (opening 10:30 AM)

at MCA ( venue info )
140 George St, The Rocks, Sydney NSW
https://mca.com.au

All Ages

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Join our Artist Educators for an audio described and tactile tour and experience artworks by Janet Laurence, one of Australia’s leading contemporary artists.

Focusing on key artworks in the exhibition, discover new insights about the works in Janet Laurence: After Nature.

Explore creative connections through use of tactile objects and engage with a range of Educator-led gallery strategies in an intimate facilitated experience of the exhibition.

Janet Laurence: After Nature includes key works from the artist’s career. For over 30 years, Laurence has explored the interconnection of all living things – animal, plant, mineral – through a multi-disciplinary approach. Encompassing key works and themes from the artist’s practice, the exhibition features sculpture, installation, photography and video.

At the end of your tour, take the time to reflect with your group over tea or coffee. Tell us what worked for you, share your thoughts and let us know if we can make your next gallery experience at the MCA even better.

Our new audio described and tactile tours has been developed following ongoing consultation and with the support of Guide Dogs NSW.
Be quick – spaces are limited.

If you are a regular visitor to the MCA and would like to discuss assistance with orientation training to the venue, contact Guide Dogs NSW/ACT.

Notice is required. Visit the website or call 1800 484 333.

Image: 

Bella Plus program and consultation with Guide Dogs NSW, 2018. Featured: Fiona Hall, Manuhiri (Travellers), 2014-2015; Barayuwa Mununggurr, Manbuynga (detail), 2015, installation view, MCA Collection: Today Tomorrow Yesterday, 2016, image courtesy and © the artists. Photograph: Jacquie Manning

All Ages