• Tuesday 14 March 2017

    Reshaping Student Learning

    Authentic arts experiences in the Gallery context play an important role in students’ learning. The Learning team has been building a solid platform of Q&A programs over the past 18 months where secondary…

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  • Thursday 17 November 2016
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    Connections with culture

    The QAGOMA Learning program accompanying ‘No 1 Neighbour: Art in Papua New Guinea 1966-2016’ focusses on the role art can play in building bridges to cultural heritage and history. A pupil-free day in…

  • Sunday 21 August 2016
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    Art speaks many languages

    August is Queensland Multicultural Month and a visit to QAGOMA can be someone’s first experience of another culture. Guided tours at QAGOMA provide an accessible and enjoyable way to celebrate cultural diversity. Volunteer…

  • Friday 19 August 2016

    Explore contemporary Indigenous art

    The QAGOMA Learning team delivers professional development programs to empower Queensland teachers with practical and enjoyable approaches to explore contemporary Indigenous art in the Gallery and in the classroom. Our recent program emerged…

  • Monday 25 July 2016

    The art of tackling dementia

    Angela Bensted, Your Time Magazine visited the Gallery and joined one of our free Art and Dementia discussion-based tours designed for visitors living with dementia and their carer. Each tour takes approximately one…

  • Saturday 23 July 2016

    Join the livestream for our Cindy Sherman Q&A for secondary schools

      The days of the gallery asking all the questions are over.  QAGOMA Learning wants to hear the voice of young people.  The art practice of Cindy Sherman is a perfect opportunity for…

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