Art Flow: a wellbeing experience
Art Flow: a wellbeing experience
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Art Flow: a wellbeing experience


Every Thu & Sat, 10.15am and 12.15pm  


140 George Street
The Rocks

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MCA’s new weekly wellbeing program

Slow down and ground yourself in the MCA’s new weekly wellbeing program, Art Flow.

Take a break from your morning or use your lunch hour to create space for reflection and to refresh your mind. Art can be a powerful source of wellbeing, and MCA's Artist Educators will guide you through an artwork to experience it, and perhaps yourself, in new ways.

Art Flow is a 45-minute session that invites you to contemplate art and your emotional response in a calm and supportive environment, opening you up to flowing through the rest of your day.

Art Flow has been developed over the past two years by MCA Artist Educators, the MCA Public Programs team and The Mind Room, a health, wellbeing and performance psychology community.

Who is this session for?

Art Flow is open to everyone, and no prior knowledge or experience is necessary to take part. We invite people from all backgrounds and communities aged 18+ to join Art Flow.

About MCA's Artist Educators

MCA's team of Artist Educators bring their own art and cultural practices and experiences to the programs they lead. They create warm and welcoming spaces, making every visit unique for participants.

About The Mind Room

The Mind Room is a health, wellbeing and performance psychology community. They share psychological knowledge and tools to empower people and communities to grow fit minds and flourishing lives.

There are four sessions per week, with a new artwork experience each week. Artworks of focus in June and July include:

Angela Tiatia, Lick, 2015

Elizabeth Mipilanggurr, Bamagora (conical pandanus palm mat), 2001

Nicholas Mangan, A World Undone, 2012

Khadim Ali, The Haunted Lotus, 2011-2012

Bookings are required. Book here

Access support

The MCA welcomes all visitors and is committed to making its programs and services accessible to everyone.