Generationext @ MCA


Leonardo Rocker

Generationext @ MCA

At the end of 2008, The Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) in Sydney commissioned one of our  Quirky Kid workshops to facilitate honest feedback from the youth committee in regards to their past experiences and expectations for future programs.

Now, The MCA is running its generation next series again. This series includes four after-hours, free of charge events for young people aged 12 to 18 years, and is linked to current MCA exhibitions. Generationext is supervised by MCA Learning staff and designed with input from the generation next Youth Committee, with a unique, 'no teachers. no parents' tag-line. Go and find out more about what the MCA, with the help of  Quirky Kid and the youth committee have created.

A teen age boy makes musical instruments out of playdoh on a table

Participants build a their collective strength

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Quirky Kid continues to grow, develop and evolve. As a result, we have new positions for child psychologists and a mental health clinician (Social Worker, Occupational Therapist, Mental Health Nursing or Psychologist) who shares Quirky Kid’s passion for working with children – Together, amazing things happen.

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Our programs includes an interactive workbooks and concise set of engaging award-winning materials to facilitate social and emotional learning (SEL).

Generationext @ MCA
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