Foster a love of art with our range of dynamic and art-filled programs designed for all age groups. Our learning programs are designed to enrich your students’ imaginations on-site and online. We encourage students to think about and make art in new and critical ways using personal reflection, collaboration and experimentation.
At the Gallery
On-site creative learning can be extended with art making in the dedicated Tim Fairfax Learning Studio. Be sure to book your school program at least four weeks in advance via Book Canberra Excursions. Let us know your students’ needs so we can support their learning, including tailoring programs for students with disability. Tours and workshops are also available, designed to connect with the Australian curriculum and to enhance creative thinking in students of all ages and abilities.
For more information to bring your class to the Gallery see the Plan a School Experience page.
Digital excursions and online learning resources are brings the national collection into your classroom. These programs and resources connect with the Australian curriculum and can be used to complement your onsite visit or as stand alone programs. Please book at least two weeks in advance for a digital excursion program.
For more information on the Gallery's digital programs and resources see the National Digital Learning Program page.
For further information on programs, call +61 2 6240 6777 or email email@example.com.
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Teaching through and about culture, bringing together the voices of Australia’s First Nations communities through art.