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Australia Center of Contemporary Art, Melbourne

Australia Center of Contemporary Art, Melbourne

The Australian Centre of Contemporary Art (ACCA) is Melbourne’s premier gallery for contemporary art and is well known for its innovative and thought provoking visual art installations. It proudly presents art by Australian and international artists and what makes it different from most art galleries is that it does not have a permanent collection. Instead it commissions new works that are especially created for the ACCA space. This makes the centre a dynamic and ever evolving art space that always offers something new and exciting to the visitor.

There are five programs on offer each year and the scale of some of the art works is impressive. Past exhibitors have included: Mike Nelson, Viv Miller, Fiona Tan, Nike Savvas and many more exciting and provocative artists. Along with the installations, there is always a lot happening with a kids program, artist talks and workshops. You generally do not have to book to take part in any of the activities on offer at the ACCA. Located at Southbank, just across the Yarra River from the Melbourne CBD, the ACCA is easily accessible to visitors. It is open Tuesday to Friday from 10am to 5pm and on weekends from 11am to 5pm – admission to the centre is free.

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Sight Name: Australia Center of Contemporary Art
Sight Location: Melbourne, Australia
Sight Type: Museum/Gallery

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Tour Duration: 2 Hour(s)
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