Inclusive programs

The Gallery’s inclusive programs provide specialised arts programs that engage diverse audiences with Gallery exhibitions, events and the collection.

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Art and dementia care

MEMORYSCAPE: a self guided tour booklet is a friendly learning resource available for all visitors when at the gallery. This can be downloaded below or can be collected from our information counter.  This guided tour is to be used in our exhibition Transcending Likeness: Contemporary portraits from the collection. 

Upcoming: Art & Dementia Program: Flowers

Participants will explore the Margaret Olley: The Art of Flowers exhibition using sight, touch and smell in a dementia care program designed to stimulate connection and discussion. Dates to be announced shortly.

To register your interest in the programs or to ask any questions please email GalleryEducation@tweed.nsw.gov.au or call the Education & Audience Development Officer on 02 6670 2712.

MemoryScape exhibition guide

 

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Margaret Olley Art Centre digital puzzle

Boost your brain activity with the Margaret Olley Art Centre digital puzzle courtesy of the Tweed Tourism Company's #LoveTheTweed initiative.

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Deaf and hearing-impaired visitors

The Yellow Room | Margaret Olley Art Centre

MOAC Curator Ingrid Hedgcock invites you inside the Yellow Room.

A special look inside Olley’s "sanctuary"

The Green Kitchen I Margaret Olley Art Centre

Curator of the Margaret Olley Art Centre & Collections Manager, Ingrid Hedgcock, invites you into her favourite room in the re-creation of Olley’s famous home studio – her Green Kitchen.