Rolling Stones History Arrives at JMC Academy

JMC Academy Sydney is excited to be the only education provider in Australia to be hosting one of three Rolling Stones sculptures as part of the International Exhibit, aptly named ‘Exhibitionism’. The unique sculpture, inspired by arguably the most iconic symbol in rock ‘n’ roll history, will take a three month seat in the front window of the Harris Street building, attracting visitors from around the world.

The Rolling Stones exhibit was opened in London before moving onto Chicago, New York and now Sydney. The exhibit tells the story of the most influential rock ‘n’ roll band in the world, allowing visitors to experience their incredible journey through this immersive exhibit, from their early days living together in a tiny flat, to headlining the biggest stages in the world.

The exhibit will open at the ICC in Sydney, just a 10 minute walk from the JMC Academy campus, on Saturday the 17th of November and will close on Sunday the 3rd of February. The exhibit features over 500 Stones’ items with 50 years of Stones fashion, 190 original artworks, vintage instruments, interactive sound mixing desks and recording studio, a screening cinema with exclusive content, all culminating in a 3D concert finale.

JMC invites the Stones fans to get their photo snapped with the 1.9m tall sculpture. The Ultimo campus is open Monday – Saturday and the artwork will remain until early February. There’s also a competition running – upload a photo with the sculpture to Instagram and #thestonesatJMC to go into the running to win the ultimate Rolling Stones merch prize valued at $250.



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