At MIC our vision for our Arts and Culture Program is to develop real-life connections with local artists, events, festivals and programs through the development of valuable collaborations and partnerships. This engagement with partner organisations will allow opportunities for:

  • intergenerational learning within a diverse and vibrant inclusive community
  • activating place with temporary art projects that add to the landscape and support local artists
  • a focus on artist practices that cross boundaries between art, science and technology, social activism, architecture and design
  • the development of an arts panel/board to include interested parents, teachers/staff, students and external partners.

Specialist Classes: Art at MIC

Art is taught to all students at MIC, starting with the Early Years program. For more on how Art is taught at MIC – visit the Specialist Classes – Art page of our website.