MAC’s program provides a platform for artists and local communities to own, express and share their stories, heritage, experiences and dreams
MAC welcomes expressions of interest for projects in all artforms from:
MAC welcomes performance proposals from performers, musicians, theatre companies, film makers, groups and arts organisations.
MAC’s Performance/Screen Studio is a highly versatile space that can be reconfigured depending on the type of event being staged. Applications for performances are accepted year-round; however, the earlier you book, the more likely you are to secure all the dates required for your sessions.
It will be your responsibility to manage bookings and ticketing for your performance.
Please complete the online booking enquiry form if you are interested in performing at MAC.
MAC welcomes workshop proposals from artists, performers, groups, arts organisations and more.
The Makers Workshop is a great venue for one-off workshops and workshop series.
It will be your responsibility to manage bookings and ticketing for your workshop.
Please complete the online booking enquiry form if you are interested in running workshops at MAC.
MAC welcomes exhibition proposals from artists, curators, groups and arts organisations.
MAC’s exhibitions are programmed 1 year in advance, with applications open in July and August for exhibitions in the following year. The Albert Hallway space is an exception, accepting expressions of interest year-round.
Please contact MAC’s Visual Arts Program Officer to find out more about exhibiting at MAC.
MAC’s Makers Workshop, Meeting Room and social spaces can also be hired for activities that are not arts related. Please complete the online booking enquiry form if you are interested in hiring any of MAC’s spaces.
Please note our major presentation spaces are NOT available for:
Activities that align very strongly with MAC’s guiding principles may be considered for a partnership. If you believe that your activity is a good fit for a partnership with MAC, please contact us to discuss.