Creative Learning

Geelong Arts Centre's Education Program

Welcome to Creative Learning 2023

Discover an amazing year ahead of Creative Learning experiences that will spark a love for the creative industries and open you and your students up to a world of opportunity.

We are excited to reveal a 2023 Creative Learning program designed to entertain, educate and encourage creative learning in the classroom and beyond!

Giving students from Kindergarten and Prep right through to Year 12 access to enriching, educational arts programs, these applied learning experiences aim to stimulate the imagination, foster creativity, and transform how students see themselves and the world around them.

Offering a diverse suite of programs ranging from music to movement, puppetry and theatre, the 2023 program offers teachers a unique and creative way to explore key themes and ideas embedded within the Victorian curriculum, ranging from sustainability to First Nations and immigration.

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Introducing children to the wonderful world of theatre through captivating storytelling with mesmerising music in an immersive and theatrical performance.

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Dazzling kids with thrilling productions and workshops aimed to explore key themes and ideas embedded within the Victorian curriculum, ranging from sustainability to First Nations and immigration.

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Taking secondary students on a thought provoking journey through different cultures, genders and genres embedded within the Victorian curriculum. Aiming to spark a love for the arts among students and open them to a world of opportunity.

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Bringing kids of all ages together to sing, dance and perform in a communal environment of fun and creativity.

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Teacher's PD

The opportunity for Teachers to engage in creative conversations and professional learning workshops throughout the year, as well as access to engaging resources to assist in building lesson plans, inspiring student curiosity, and igniting meaningful conversations in the classroom.

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Class Clowns

Melbourne International Comedy Festival

Class Clowns is Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s national development program for teens. Comprising of a competition, workshop and mentoring program, Class Clowns plays a valuable role in supporting the confidence and creativity of young Australians. Registrations for the 2023 competition are now open, click the button below for more information.


Expressions of interest for our 2023 Creative Learning programs are now open!


Take Over The Airwaves

With a focus on creating a dynamic radio play, students are guided through a series of workshops exploring topics such as: how to tell an audio story, how to create characters and character voices, how to include sound effects and music and how to engage with audiences in broadcast environments.

Students become the actors, directors, scriptwriters, sound operators and narrators of their own unique story, with the support and mentorship of practicing theatre artists and digital resources.

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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 email our Creative Learning team:


Or call our Box Office and request to be transferred through to Creative Learning:

P: 1300 251 200

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