The Glasshouse Regional Gallery presents an exciting and dynamic education program.

The Glasshouse Regional Gallery presents an exciting and dynamic program of temporary exhibitions across all art forms that can and will inspire students.

As part of this program a selection of excursion packages inspired by the exhibition program, is on offer to provide a quality and enriched creative learning opportunities for students and to cater for the needs of schools.

To book your education excursion and to plan your visit to the Glasshouse please click here

CREATIVE ARTS WORKSHOPS
B IS FOR BICYCLES
In this syllabus-based workshop, students will design, create and construct their own bicycle inspired sculptures.
Subject matter: Objects Forms: Drawing, Sculpture.
Stage 2.

INCREDIBLE INSECTS
In this syllabus based workshop students will design, create and construct their own insect inspired sculptures.
Subject matter: Other Living Things Forms: Drawing, Sculpture, 3D Forms and Fibre.
Stage 2.

M IS FOR MAKING MUSIC
In this syllabus-based workshop, students will explore printmaking, and create artworks inspired by music.
Subject Matter: Objects, drawing, printmaking.
Stage 3.

Flexible times and dates, please enquire at education@glasshouse.org.au
Cost: $15 per student
Duration: 2 hours
Syllabus links: Visual Arts: VAS2.1 to VAS2.4.


GLASSHOUSE REGIONAL GALLERY TOURS
GUIDED TOUR
Duration: 1 hour guided tour
Cost: $5 per student
Join our Gallery educators on an hour long guided tour and find out more about the exhibitions and artworks on display.
Minimum of 10 students required.

GUIDED TOUR & ART WORKSHOP
Duration: 2 hour and 30 minutes
Cost: $15 per student
Join our Gallery educators on a 30 minute guided tour and two-hour exhibition based art-making workshop.
Minimum of 10 students required.

SPECIAL INTEREST TOURS
Duration: 1 hour guided tour.
Cost: $5 per student
If you have a specific area of interest or study, please contact our Gallery team and we can tailor a tour to meet your requirements.

The Glasshouse History Hunt booklet can be used to turn a Glasshouse outing into a cool children’s discovery adventure... and teach them to ‘dig’ heritage in the process.  Using an explorer’s map kids can search and discover fun facts about the history of Port Macquarie and the Glasshouse itself.   

The Heritage in a Box is a education resource that can be borrowed and has been developed as an aid for teachers in the instruction of Port Macquarie’s local history. The hands-on Heritage in a Box gives students the opportunity to hold museum objects and discover local stories from the past. 

FULL DAY EXCURSION PACKAGES
Bring your students to the Glasshouse for an inspiring day where they can experience visual arts, history, heritage and/or the Port Macquarie Library – the mix is up to you!
Cost: $20 per student
Duration: 5 hours
Flexible times and dates, please enquire at education@glasshouse.org.au for suggested  itineraries. 

 *Transaction fees may apply

Education Kits
Jennifer Keeler-Milne Education Kit: Secondary School Resource. 
Chris Langlois Landscape Narrabeen Lake no.3 2009.
Anneke Silver Land into Sea, 2003-2004.
Euan Macleod  Painting Port Macquarie, 2011.
Luke Sciberras Creeping Shadows, Flinders Ranges, 2010.
Marion Borgelt Bloodlight Strip: Figure 5, 2007.
Wendy Stokes Layered Reference 1, 2010.
Wilma Tabacco Cascade, 2007.