NAWIC’s final site tour of the year took place on 12 October at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA). The Watpac team took NAWIC members on a tour of the new extension, which will be opened in March 2012.
October 20th, 2011
The new space includes 50% increase in floor area, 5m high gallery spaces, creative learning spaces for school programs, lecture theatre, cafe and back of house areas. When opened, the new extension, likened to an abstract Rubik’s cube, will have a new entry that connects the Rocks Area to the Sydney Foreshore.
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