Multicultural Arts Club (MAC)

MAC wants to work with visual artists who demonstrate a serious determination to pursue a career in art.

MAC is a first point of contact for artists who, because of cultural or financial barriers, for instance, would find it difficult to continue their practice without some practical assistance or guidance. It would assist in the production of good quality work through workshops and fieldtrips and MAC exhibitions would provide a platform for emerging artists from multicultural backgrounds to showcase their work to a wider audience.

MAC Objectives

  • To give MAC members who wish to improve their work and their practice the practical, theoretical and technical advise they need and to develop an understanding of their work and it’s place within the Australian art market.

    To provide MAC artists with studio space and the materials to produce work of a high standard.

    To give MAC members advice and guidance on portfolio compilation and CV writing.

  • To provide MAC member with opportunities to exhibit their work to a wider mainstream audience, with a view to selling work and providing an income.

If you would like to become a MAC member, email us at meinfo@cabracc.org.au .

 

MAC Artist, Carl Ruhinda
“Across the Waters” Exhibition, Fairfield Museum & Gallery, Oct-Nov 12

 

MAC Artist, Shazia Kadim
“Across the Waters” Exhibition, Fairfield Museum & Gallery, Oct-Nov 12

 

MAC Artist, Kyaw San
“Across the Waters” Exhibition, Fairfield Museum & Gallery, Oct-Nov 12