On Demand Resources
Where Creativity Meets At Home: Creative Learning!
We are here to share stories: authentic, cultural, empowering and challenging, from experts and community members.
Our resources focus on these three key cross-curricular priority areas:
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander History and Cultures
- Asia and Australia’s Engagement with Asia
Dates and times for all Creative Learning activity will be shared through the newsletter, as well as here on our website.
a signature event by Geelong Arts Centre
Geelong Arts Centers iconic Poppy Kettle festival will deliver its 39th festival online this year! Poppykettle gives kindergarten and primary aged children access to professional theatre experiences that stimulate their minds and inspire them to think creatively about the world around them. There are two exciting activities for your classes or all the family to enjoy during this years festival, featuring a live stream performance from an on demand puppet show called Trinket the Robot + More to be announced soon
Discover the Creative Learning 2021 program today!
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 look forward to welcoming 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.
See learning in action
Below we showcase some insight into our past programs.
Stand up concert!
Over 130 people joined the Massive Hip Hop Choir in Stand Up! Sisters and Brothers in Geelong - writing lyrics, learning songs, talking out how you can stand up to race-based discrimination and performing at GPAC and Customs House as part of Geelong After Dark and M~M2014.
Feel the energy and share!
Short Black Opera
Deborah Cheetham talks about the benefits of Short Black Opera.
Thank you to those teachers who had registered for events that have now been cancelled due to the temporary closure of the arts centre.
We are working hard to reschedule as much of our program as we can and will communicate directly with any schools that had bookings for events that do get rescheduled.
For more details about our Creative Learning program, please contact:
Senior Producer - Families, Youth & Creative Learning
Geelong Arts Centre
Geelong Arts Centre
P: 1300 251 200