Secondary - College 7-12

All secondary guided programs are designed for students in years 7 – 12 and are delivered by TMAG's education specialists.

Bookings are essential for all guided programs, and further information about planning your primary school group visit is available through our Bookings page.

Major exhibition programs: Tempest

General museum

Aboriginal

Art

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Major exhibition programs: Tempest

Tempest contemporary art welcome talk  
A pithy introduction to inform students’ personal interpretations of Tempest. Our Art Educator talks to students in the gallery and helps focus eyes and minds. There is opportunity to ask questions before free exploration.

Duration: 20 minutes
Dates: 21 June - 18 November, during term

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General museum programs

Discover Your Museum and Art Gallery  
What is it? Is it real? How is it stuffed? How old is it? Can we touch it? This interactive program includes a tour of TMAG's site, uses a variety of objects and materials, and offers an introduction to collections, conservation and interpretation. A good introduction to all other museum programs.

Duration: 1 hour
Suitable for all grades

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Aboriginal programs

Introductory Tour of ningina tunapri
This program introduces students to the ningina tunapri gallery and highlights key stories and objects while letting the students explore the exhibition displays that appeal to them personally.

Duration: 1 hour
Suitable for all grades

Introductory Tour of Our land: Parrawa, Parrawa! Go away!
Dealing with the European invasion of lutruwita (Tasmania) and the Black War between 1823 and 1831, this program looks at 'first contact' from both sides of this difficult story.

Duration: 1 hour
Suitable for Upper Primary and Secondary students

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Art programs

Literacy Through Art: for EAL students  
This specialised program uses the TMAG collection as stimulus for developing literacy in a relaxed and inspiring environment. Involves hands-on art making, discussion, writing and reading. Offered as vocabulary-focused sessions to complement and reinforce key content areas studied in English as  an Additional Language (EAL) courses. Ideal for beginners, or as refresher sessions for intermediate students.

Session topics: Faces, The Body, Animals, Colours and Shapes, Food.

Duration: 1.5 hours
Suitable for: EAL students, all ages

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BOOKING INFORMATION
All visits to TMAG require booking a minimum of two weeks prior to your visit. Alternative and times may need to be considered. All visits are free unless otherwise indicated.    
To make a booking enquiry please visit: http://www.tmag.tas.gov.au/learning_and_discovery/bookings
Please note that exhibition and program dates may change without notice.