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Spark your students’ creativity with a visit to MTG’s social history and visual arts galleries. Book an educator-led programme in which students devise scenes inspired by objects or artworks on display, or a free self-guided visit to inspire students' own projects.
|Years||Years 9 - 13|
|Cost||Self-guided visits free; educator-led programmes $4.50 per student.|
|Venue||MTG Hawke's Bay|
|Learning Areas||Social Sciences, Arts, Creative Writing, at MTG|
We can support your performing arts, visual arts, creative writing or social history programme by facilitating class or student visits to our galleries. The stories, ideas and perspectives behind the artworks and historical objects and photographs on display at MTG offer rich sources of inspiration for students' creative projects or research.
Contact our educators to arrange a teachers' preview visit or to tailor a visit for your students.
Teachers can visit MTG free of charge any time.
Current social history exhibitions at MTG include:
There are several galleries at MTG devoted to visual arts and design exhibitions. These exhibitions change from time to time. Browse our current exhibitions
Inspiration for devised or scriptwriting projects can be drawn from throughout the museum. Examples of NCEA Internal Assessment resources we can support:
For more information phone Gaynor on (06) 833 9788, or book now
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