Fambo: Glow at the MCA
Celebrate Queer culture in a space created by contemporary artists for all kinds of families.
Across three Friday nights during Vivid Sydney 2023, step inside a glowing new world where the rules have been bent, changed, and reimagined.
Join a one-hour session where participants can experience an immersive installation by artists Justin Shoulder and Matthew Stegh inspired by the radical Queer art party Monsta Gras, and a hands-on workshop by a different contemporary artist each night.
Please note, tickets give you access to the workshop and installation space for a 1 hour session.
Bringing together artists and community, Fambo centres and celebrates LGBTIQA+ identities and Queer arts and culture, providing a space where gender is not binary or imposed, different bodies are not othered, and creative self-expression is encouraged.
Who can attend?
All bodies and all abilities are welcome. The immersive installation is suitable for all ages. The workshops are recommended for children aged 4+.
Please note, all children must be accompanied and supervised by an adult throughout their visit.
This series of events take place during Vivid Sydney 2023, and Circular Quay will likely be a high-sensory area.
Fambo will have mid-to-high-level music/noise and lighting effects. A dedicated low-sensory area with low lighting and sensory toys will be available during the event.
Read our Visual Story on how to access the MCA here.
The MCA welcomes all visitors and is committed to making its programs and services accessible to everyone. Would you like to request additional support?
Contact the MCA reception for free access support on 02 9245 2400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please allow 7 days for us to respond to your query.
Proudly supported by the NSW Government through the Culture Up Late Program.