Colour Fields MCA Summer Bar to Bring Colour to Circular Quay

The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) is bringing colour to Circular Quay with the opening of its latest summer bar Colour Fields from 3 November 2017.

Colour Fields MCA Summer Bar

Colour Fields is inspired by the Sydney International Art Series exhibition Pipilotti Rist: Sip my Ocean (1 November 2017 – 18 February 2018) offering Sydney-siders and visitors the chance to view the harbour in a different light.

Colour Fields is a collaboration between the MCA, Scoundrel Projects who have championed many Australian musicians and DJ, Future Classics the Sydney crew who’ve encouraged us to put down that mobile and take a life-enriching short course, Work-Shop; and Culinary Edge, the team behind MCA’s restaurant Graze which overlooks Circular Quay.

A vibrant menu has been created by Culinary Edge, the team behind Graze Restaurant. Visitors can celebrate summer in style with a carefully curated selection of cocktail classics with a contemporary twist and a range of bites and boards perfect for sharing.

Work-Shop In Colour Fields visitors will also have the chance to get creative with a range of Wednesday night classes which include Scents of Colour, DIY perfume-making, Rosé Appreciation masterclasses and Craft Singles with tickets going on sale early October.

Colour Fields opens on 3 November 2017, Wednesday to Sunday from 4pm.

Image courtesy Scoundrel Projects, used with permission.


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