Secondary - College 7-12

Guided Programs - Live Digital Excursion

This year TMAG’s education staff will be hard at work developing the exciting new long term interactive Children’s Exhibition, opening in 2021, so we are offering a focused, highlights learning program as Live Digital Excursions for Term 1 and 2. These guided programs are delivered by TMAG's education specialists virtually. Programs are designed to deliver targeted learning outcomes for secondary school and college aged students.

Bookings two weeks in advance are essential for all guided programs.  Please note that exhibition and program dates may change without notice. Alternative dates and times may need to be considered.

To ensure all schools have the opportunity to access TMAG’s guided programs, TMAG asks schools to limit their bookings to no more than two guided programs per school, per week.

TMAG's Live Digital Excursions use Microsoft Teams. A projector connected to an internet enabled computer will be required for optimal experience.


Tasmanian Aboriginal Culture

First Nations in Tasmania

Aboriginal Learning Facilitator delivering program
This digital excursion program introduces students to the ningina tunapri gallery, explaining traditional Aboriginal life and culture through to contemporary Aboriginal culture. The program highlights key stories and objects from the past through to the present.

Duration: Approximately 30 minutes
Suitable for all ages
Program available: Tuesdays in Term 1 and 2


Tasmanian Aboriginal Culture

The Black Box Loan Resource and ningina tunapri Live Digital Excursion

Bringing Tasmanian Aboriginal culture and the ningina tunapri exhibition to your classroom. Your class will experience a live digital excursion of the ningina tunapri gallery, and will then unpack and discuss the Black Box contents with TMAG's Aboriginal Learning Facilitator. Full information here.

Duration: 1.5 hours -  30 minutes touring ninginia tunapri, a 30 minute break, finishing with a 30 minute session with the Black Box artefacts.
Suitable for grades 7-12
Program available: Tuesdays in Term 1 and 2

Work Experience

The Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery offers two Year 10 students a one week Work Placement each year. Work Placements are offered across several TMAG departments to enable students to experience the diverse nature of working in a museum and art gallery. The students will undertake their placement across the various TMAG sites.For further information please contact Kate Morris

New conditions apply due to COVID-19

At the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG), we are committed to ensuring the wellbeing and safety of our visitors and staff as we reopen with the easing of COVID-19 restrictions.

We have created an experience that prioritises your safety and enjoyment by introducing physical distancing and extra hygiene measures, comprehensive regular cleaning, and visitor number limits in galleries and on the site as a whole.

All visitors, including educational groups, are required to book in advance to ensure their well being and safety. For educational groups, please follow the links below.  For a general visit please book here. TMAG remains free admission and there are no booking fees.

Please do not plan to visit if:
- you’re unwell, have experienced cold or flu symptoms, fever or recent loss of smell or taste
- had close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the last 14 days
- been instructed to quarantine and your 14 days has not yet finished

We’re looking forward to welcoming you back and connecting with our visitors in person again.