Join author Maxine Beneba Clarke at the Immigration Museum for a writing workshop.
Explore the issues surrounding settlement of people seeking refuge in the context of Australia's immigration history.
A self-guided program is designed to give Years 7-12 students an introduction to the permanent exhibitions on the first floor of the Immigration Museum.
An interactive session unpacking settlement and migration stories from the 19th century to present day.
Experience Museums Victoria from your classroom with this series of virtual learning sessions.
Explore the themes of identity and belonging through an exploration of what it means to be part of a culturally diverse nation.
Explore themes of identity and belonging through an exploration of what it means to be part of a culturally diverse nation.
Interactive storytelling session focusing on individual journeys to Victoria using objects and artefacts from the collection.
A program introducing VCAL students to Victoria’s cultural diversity through a visit to the Immigration Museum.
Students explore the different journeys people have taken to Victoria from 19th–21st century.
Drama based resources about immigration and cultural diversity for use in the classroom and at the Immigration Museum.
A special program to support VCE Sociology Unit 3 Area of Study 2.
A self-guided program designed to give Years 3-6 students an introduction to the permanent exhibitions on the first floor of the Immigration Museum.
A digital education package incorporating web conferences with experts, research material and creative tools, enabling students to share digital histories.
Activities for students participating in the Small Objects Even Bigger Stories education programs at the Immigration Museum.