Australian education partnership takes creative approach
Learn at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) – Deutsche Bank shines a spotlight on learning as the MCA’s first ever education partner.
Deutsche Bank values creativity and innovative thinking. We understand the vital contribution artists and museums make to economic vitality and cultural progress and have supported contemporary art for more than 30 years through acquisitions, groundbreaking exhibitions and partnerships with diverse arts organizations.
Our partnership with the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) in Sydney is a prime example. Deutsche Bank’s support as the MCA’s first ever Education Partner facilitates a wide range of innovative learning initiatives that connect children, students and teachers to contemporary art both at the MCA and its National Centre for Creative Learning and remotely through digital excursions.
The MCA is committed to combining art with education and sharing this passion with as many people as possible. Cutting edge facilities at its National Centre for Creative Learning take the museum and its content to many regional and remote parts of Australia, giving it a truly national reach. Through our Education Partnership, Deutsche Bank also makes these unique learning opportunities available to the local community charities we support as well as employees and their families.
Art and education
participants took part in learning programs at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney.
to Anish Kapoor exhibition (Dec 2012-March 2013).
Deutsche Bank has enabled more than 4,500 students to view Kapoor, with over 1,600 students participating in hour-long educator-led tours.
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