Teaching & excursion programs
The Gladstone Regional Art Gallery and Museum with four distinct gallery spaces offers a great diversity of exhibitions and learning opportunities for teachers and students.
Our exhibition program shown concurrently with local art, craft and history displays means that there is always something new to see.
The Gallery/Museum is able to tailor your teaching and excursion experience to suit your needs so please contact our staff at any time throughout the year to discuss your group's requirements.
Admission to the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery and Museum and educational programs for schools are provided free of charge.
To book your visit:
Fill in the booking sheet and fax to 4972 9097 or email email@example.com through to the Gallery/Museum or phone the Gallery/Museum on 4976 6766 and provide details of your visit including date, time and student numbers. You can also advise at this time if worksheets or any special activities are to be provided during your visit.
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Assistance to schools and students
A subsidy, provided by the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery and Museum Society is available to schools who travel by bus to visit the Gallery/Museum. To apply, outline details of your visit and your school on letterhead addressed to:
Gladstone Regional Art Gallery and Museum Society
PO Box 2011
GLADSTONE QLD 4680
Resources for Teachers and Learning Professionals
Click on the links below for resource kits from touring exhibitions:
- Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art: Children's Art Centre's online resources and activities
- Flying Arts Alliance Inc. Essential Character of Queensland. Educational Kit
Click here for more information about our workshop program.
The Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum Society Bursary of $4500 has been established with the support of the late patron, Mr Cyril Golding to assist students studying all aspects of Visual Arts at a tertiary level. Registration forms can be obtained upon request via an email to the Gallery/Museum. Applications close mid-December.