What's On



  /  17 December 2016 – 26 March 2017

The exhibition Sovereignty focuses upon contemporary art of First Nations peoples of South East Australia, and keynote historical works, to explore culturally and linguistically diverse narratives of self-determination, identity, sovereignty and resistance.

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VCE Holiday Headstart

  • Workshop
  /  Thursday 19 January 2017

Heading into VCE studies and wanting some holiday inspiration? Join education staff at ACCA during the holidays to explore the exhibition Sovereignty.

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  • Artist talk
  /  Tuesday 7 February 2017, 6pm

Join artists Steven Rhall and Yhonnie Scarce as they discuss their work included included in ACCA's current exhibition Sovereignty.

FREE, everyone welcome.
Bookings recommended.

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  • Lecture series
  /  16 FEB, 20 MAR, 10 APR, 15 MAY, 19 JUN, 17 JUL, 14 AUG, 18 SEP, 16 OCT

ACCA presents a new series of talks exploring the recent architectural, urban and cultural history of some of the world’s most inspiring destinations.

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  • Meeting dates
  /  23 FEB, 23 MAR, 20 APR, 25 MAY, 15 JUN, 27 JUL, 24 AUG, 14 SEP, 12 OCT, 16 NOV

Enrolments are now open for ACCA’s Art Club commencing in 2017.

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He An: Do You Think That You Can Help Her Brother?

  /  Saturday 11 February – Sunday 23 April 2017

Inspired by the city lights and tenebrous urban narratives of Beijing, He An’s installation Do You Think You Can Help Her Brother?, creates a form of urban poetry from retrieved heritage signage which is swiftly disappearing from the skyline due to the rapid transformation of Beijing’s urban environment.

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ACCA's Sunday Sessions

  • Exhibition Tour
  /  EVERY SUNDAY 18 December 2016 - 26 March 2017

Join ACCA’s Gallery Attendants for a free exhibition tour, as they offer their knowledge, insights and personal reflections on Sovereignty.

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Asia TOPA 2017: Lukautim Solwara (look out for the ocean)

  • Performance
  /  17 February 2017

Next Wave brings together acclaimed Samoan/Aotearoa (New Zealand) artist Rosanna Raymond with Maori, Pasifika and Aboriginal collaborators in Lukautim Solwara (look out for the ocean), a one-night-only event of performance, art and adornment.

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