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Snapshot

Opening Hours

Opening Hours

Daily 10am-5pm
Session Times

Session Times

Commencing 10am-3:30pm as arranged
Session Duration

Session Duration

60 - 120 minutes
Facilitated Program

Facilitated Program

Fully facilitated (teacher must attend)
Group Size

Group Size

Maximum 100 depending on availability
entry fees

Entry Fees

may apply to special exhibitions or programs
Teacher to Student Ratio

Teacher to Student Ratio

Supervision ratio 1:15

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National Gallery of Australia

Students engage creatively and critically as they look, think, make and talk about art with curriculum aligned programs for all ages and abilities. Many of the National Gallery’s programs are now also available online!

Highlights

Botticelli to Van Gogh: Masterpieces from the National Gallery of London

5 March–14 June 2021, fees apply

Spanning 450 years, see paintings by revered artists including Titian, Rembrandt, Vermeer, Goya, Turner, Cézanne and Gauguin. Cover key periods such as the Italian Renaissance, Dutch Golden Age and up to the birth of modern art.

Stories of Australian art

Celebrate the resilience of Indigenous cultures, and connections between art, people and Country. Reconsider Australia’s history of colonisation and its impact. PACER program.

Women in Art

Can you name five women artists? View and discuss women artists across time. Presented in association with the Gallery’s Know My Name initiative.

Digital Drawing

Analyse the techniques of artists in the collection, then experiment with the creative potential of digital applications for artmaking.

Art in Focus

Learn about the best-known works of art in the national collection and reflect on the role of art and artists in our society.

Digital Learning

Digital Excursions: Bring art to your classroom, with our interactive online programs.

Learning resources: Find curriculum aligned art sets, learning activities, videos and interactives, available on our website.

Professional learning: Offered for teachers, online and on site. Subscribe to Learning e-news to keep up to date.