Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA)

Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA)

ACCA Facade. Photo: John Goslings.

111 Sturt Street, Southbank
Melbourne VIC 3006
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The Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) plays an inspirational and critical role investing in our artistic and wider communities, leading the cultural conversation and setting the agenda for contemporary art. Established in 1983, ACCA has a long and celebrated history investing in, nurturing and propelling the careers of contemporary artists by supporting them to make new, risk-taking and experimental work that challenges our thinking, encourages new perspectives, and connects and resonates with diverse communities. We work directly with leading Australian and international artists to commission new work, and produce ambitious exhibitions, publications and digital initiatives, supported by a dynamic series of inclusive and accessible education, outreach and public programs that encourage community engagement and debate, and inspire meaningful participation, cultural belonging and exchange. ACCA’s programs are characterised by their depth of engagement, impact and transformative potential. Experimentation thrives at ACCA, as we embrace new art and ideas, and inspiring, challenging and urgent conversations. We support artists to push the boundaries of their practice and audiences to share in the appreciation and creation of contemporary art and cultural belonging.

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