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National Gallery of Australia
Students engage creatively and critically as they look, think, create and talk about art, investigating diverse perspectives and a range of artistic practices. Programs at the National Gallery and online cater for all ages and can be tailored for students of all abilities.
Focus on art and imagination and make connections across the curriculum aligning with humanities and social sciences and cross-curriculum priorities. PACER approved programs available.
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Enter the world of celebrated Australian artist, Jeffrey Smart. From his earliest work to his last, investigate the artist’s intriguing depictions of the urban landscape. Available Term 1 and 2.
4th National Indigenous Art Triennial: Ceremony
Showcasing new work by more than 35 First Nations artists from around Australia, the exhibition reveals how ceremony is at the nexus of country, culture and community. Available Term 1 and 2.
New collection displays
Fresh thematic displays include Australian and First Nations art and Worldwide, highlighting the work of international artists and Australian artists in a global context. Available all year round.
Can’t get to Canberra? We’ve got you covered
Digital Excursions: Bring art to your classroom, with our interactive online programs.
Learning resources: Find curriculum aligned resources, videos and more on our website
Professional learning: Offered for teachers, online and on-site including National Visual Art Education Conference, 21–23 April.
On tour: National Gallery touring exhibition program and art cases for loan brings the collection to you!