34th World Congress of the International Society
for Education through Art (InSEA 2014)


The venue for InSEA 2014 will be the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) in Victoria, Australia. The MCG was built in 1853 and, since then, has established a marvellous history that compares favourably with any other in the world.

Known colloquially as the ‘G’, Australia’s favourite stadium is the birthplace of Test cricket and the home of Australian football, holding more than 80 events annually and attracting close to four million people. It has hosted more than 100 Test matches (including the first in 1877) and VFL/AFL Grand Finals.

The MCG was the main stadium for the 1956 Olympic Games, hosting all track and field events, as well as the opening and closing ceremonies. In 2006, the MCG again played this role, this time for the 2006 Commonwealth Games.

 The MCG has outstanding function spaces including spectacular views of the city skyline and over the arena and is only minutes away from the heart of the city, with all forms of transport within easy access including a pedestrian bridge connecting to Federation Square.
For information about the Melbourne Cricket Ground, click here.
























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