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Term 2, 2023

With Term 2 starting to look like our busiest since pre-COVID lockdowns, our Education team are looking forward to all that is coming over the next few weeks.

Term 1, 2023

Welcome to the start of a new year. We have been working hard behind-the-scenes on some new programs and workshops, so keep an eye out. In the meantime, keep reading to check out what we have on offer.

Term 4, 2022

Did you know we offer education programs around Australia? To complement our new Education Portal, we offer a diverse range of learning experiences to enhance student understanding and connection to intercultural capabilities and history.

Term 3, 2022

IMA staff members, Kym Wilton and Sherene Hassan, were delighted to host teachers from a diverse range of schools at this years first IMA Teachers Night on Monday, 20 June. They gave a tour of the Museum, with a special focus on curriculum alignments. Many of the teachers had not visited the IMA previously, and were amazed with the possibilities a visit to the IMA would bring to their school. Those who had visited before were enthralled by the new developments in the galleries. Please contact us if you would like us to organise an excursion for your students, or professional development for your staff. A reminder that teachers with a VIT registration can visit the IMA anytime for free!

Term 2, 2022

In April, we headed to Darwin NT to launch the pilot of our new education program.

Term 1, 2022

Internationally acclaimed multimedia artist, Narjis Mirza, presents Hayakal al Noor (Bodies of Light); a sensorial, immersive and transcendent installation. Opening on 24 March, this interactive installation takes inspiration from the medieval Islamic philosophy of illumination. Our Visiting Exhibitions Gallery will be transformed into a cocoon of animated calligraphy, projection, textiles, subtle fragrances and sounds, where you will be guided to ponder beyond the visible and the tangible.