Foster a love of learning through art with our range of dynamic and creative programs designed for all age groups.
Our learning programs are designed to inspire and enrich imaginations. We encourage students to think about and make art in new and critical ways using personal reflection, collaboration and experimentation.
Our education programs include tours and workshops created to connect with the Australian Curriculum and to enhance creative thinking in students of all ages and abilities. Onsite creative learning can also be extended with art making in the dedicated Tim Fairfax Learning Studio.
Preparing for your onsite visit will ensure a more rewarding experience for all — we offer guidance on what to do before, during and after school visits. Let us know your students’ needs so we can support their learning, including tailoring programs for students with disability. For education groups, bookings are essential and should be made at least four weeks in advance via Book Canberra Excursions.
Can’t come in? Bring the Gallery and the collection into the classroom with our range of digital excursions and online learning resources. We offer ideas to support independent student research, as well as resources designed to enhance learning in a range of subjects, including Arts, Humanities, Health and Education.
Want to know more? Discover professional learning opportunities for teachers, hear artists, curators and educators talk about current exhibitions, and connect with the Gallery’s education team.
For further information, call +61 2 6240 6519 or email email@example.com.
Please read our COVID-19 Safety Plan for Visiting Groups before planning your excursion.
Our range of learning programs are designed to enrich your students’ imaginations on site and online.
Discover the many ways we support your teaching requirements. As part of our learning commitments, we run teacher exclusives and professional learning, onsite and online.
We offer ideas to support independent student learning, as well as a range of resources linked to the Australian Curriculum.
Plan a School Experience
Preparing for your onsite visit or digital excursion will ensure a more rewarding experience for all — we offer guidance on what to do before, during and after school visits.
National Visual Art Education Conference
National Summer Art Scholarship
Be an artist, conservator, curator, designer, educator, digital producer, publishing professional – there is more to a career in the visual arts than meets the eye!
Research Library & Archives
The National Gallery Research Library & Archives is home to the most comprehensive collection of visual arts literature in Australia. It is a resource like no other, documenting the history and development of our nation’s dynamic art and culture.
The National Gallery has a dynamic publishing list that spans print and digital publications.