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Visiting the exhibition

Exhibition entry is free.

Bookings required for all group visits, including self-guided visits, Art Adventure Tours, art forums, art workshops, study mornings, programs on request, access programs, outreach programs and professional development.

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Years K–6

Art Adventure Tour

Let’s look at contemporary art
Tuesdays – Fridays
10am, 11am, 12 noon or 1pm
Max 75 students per hour
1 hour
Free

Years 7–12

Art forums

Years 10–12
Q&A with arts specialists and artists from the Biennale, followed by a preview of the exhibition led by Gallery educators
12-2.30pm
Free

Wednesday 19 March 2014
Angelica Mesiti and Shannon Te Ao

Thursday 20 March 2014
Michael Cook and Krisztina Erdei

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Study mornings

Years 10–12
Unpacking the Biennale
Investigate themes and artists in the 19th Biennale of Sydney
Every Wednesday in May
10.30am
1 hour plus exhibition viewing
$3 per student

Programs on request

Choose one of the following options for your students (max 15 per group) with our Gallery educators, focusing on the exhibition and other artworks in the collection:

  • Biennale discussion tour (1 hour)
    $165 per group
  • Biennale workshop (2 hours)
    $225 per group
  • Biennale masterclass (3 hours + 1 hour break)
    $375 per group

Access programs

Art Adventure Tour for Years K–6 mentioned above is also available free with a registered Auslan interpreter for deaf students. Three weeks notice is required.

Years K–12 students with disability
Starting with art: Biennale
Thursdays and Fridays
1 hour
Max 8 students per group
Free
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Outreach program

Booked out
Year 11 students from low socio-economic status (Low SES) school communities
Art workshop
Join Gallery educators in an art workshop that incorporates looking at, interpreting and making art with 2D materials. The practical component is inspired by artworks in the Biennale, and ranges from observational sketches in the exhibition to mark-making activities. The event is generously supported by the Nelson Meers Foundation.
Monday 24 March 2014
10.30am – 12.30pm
Limited numbers
Free

Professional development for teachers

Learning symposium 2014