EDUCATION

Michelle Nikou: a e i o u, 2017, installation view. Anne & Gordon Samstag Museum of Art, University of South Australia. Photography by Jessica Clark

Schools & Groups

The Samstag Museum of Art offers free exhibition talks and tours for schools and groups. The Museum also offers professional development for secondary and tertiary educators, to support visits and study around our exhibitions. 

Before visiting the Museum it is suggested that you contact staff to determine:

  • Suitability of exhibition content and subject matter for the year level you plan to bring.
  • Whether staff are available to give an introductory talk.
  • Opening hours, transport and cloakroom facilities.

We request that group visits to the Samstag Museum are to be booked in advance. Schools and other groups can book visits outside normal opening hours.

If possible, we recommend teachers and educators preview the exhibitions prior to bringing students to see the exhibition. We look forward to welcoming you and your class!

 

Resources

Christian Thompson: Divided Worlds

Douglas Watkin: The Queen & I

Christian Thoimpson: Ritual Intimacy

Tracey Moffatt & Gary Hillberg: Montages: The Full Cut 1999-2015

Michelle Nikou: a e i o u

2016 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Magic Object

Experimenta Recharge

Basil Sellers Art Prize 4

In–Habit: Project Another Country

Worlds in Collision: Adelaide International 2014

unDisclosed

Master of Stillness: Jeffrey Smart paintings 1940–2011

Beyond the self: Contemporary portraiture from Asia

Sidney Nolan: the Gallipoli series

Restless – Adelaide International 2012

Stop(the)Gap

White Rabbit – Contemporary Chinese Art Collection

Bill Henson: early work from the MGA collection

Mirror Mirror: Then and Now

A Generosity of Spirit: Recent Australian Women's Art 

Colliding Worlds