Creative Learning

Geelong Arts Centre's Education Program

Start your pre-planning for the new year with the 2022 Geelong Arts Centre Creative Learning program!

Next year, we have an amazing selection of workshops, performances and festivals - some familiar, some reimagined and some new - to cater for all of your arts-based learning, from young students in early learning to primary, secondary and VCE students.

As well as these, there will be professional development opportunities to take your drama and arts teaching further.

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We look forward to welcoming you to the program and hope, together, we might help spark a love for the creative industries that opens your students to a world of opportunity.

Now taking expressions of interest for 2022

Our Creative Learning program provides engaging resources that you can use to build lesson plans, inspire student curiosity, creativity, and ignite meaningful conversations in the classroom.

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Expression of Interest Form

Have our offerings caught your eye? Register your interest for our 2022 Creative Learning programs and our team will be in touch.

Access the EOI Form Here

Creative Learning 2021 Program

Creative Learning is an integral part of Geelong Arts Centre’s offering. We pride ourselves on delivering programs that inspire all ages, granting our region access to enriching, affordable and educational arts experiences.

Our professional learning opportunities also expand for teachers, with creative conversations and workshops on offer throughout the year.

We welcome you to the 2021 program and hope, together, we might help spark a love for the creative industries that opens your students to a world of opportunity.

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The Hunter The Hunted. Image: Jeff Busby


See learning in action

We See Recognition with Norm Jurrawaa Stanley

Norm Jurrawaa Stanley is a proud Aboriginal man with heritage connected to the Kurnai (Gippsland) and Wotjabaluk (Horsham) peoples of Victoria. Join Norm as he discusses creating art on Wadawurrung Country and explores what Reconciliation means to him.


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Contact us

For more details about our Creative Learning program, please contact:

Kelly Clifford
Senior Producer - Families, Youth & Creative Learning
Geelong Arts Centre

Emily Donoghue
Associate Producer
Geelong Arts Centre

P: 1300 251 200

E: creativelearning@geelongartscentre.org.au

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