Educational Visits

The Studio offers specialist tours of our nationally significant collection for students and learners of all ages.

The Duldig Studio, house museum and sculpture garden offers unique object based learning opportunities exploring themes such as Vienna, Migration and Modernism or you can contact us to discuss your tour focus.

In conjunction with our current exhibition, SLAWA modernist art and design, we are offering  introductory and interactive tours of the exhibition and Studio with gallery educators tailored to the year level and exploring links to the Visual Arts curriculum.

View the exhibition and explore the art in one of our education programs for students and teachers detailed below:

Duldig Studio 2017 Education Program


Art For All Ages

We offer creative and fun educational programs informed and inspired by our art collection. 

Our Sculptor in Residence, Stefan Damschke, was a student of Karl Duldig. Stefan worked alongside Karl Duldig and was his assistant in Karl’s later years. He teaches students using clay modelling methods favoured by Karl. This continues the heritage of teaching and creativity at the Duldig Studio, as an extension of our Artists’ Studio.

Please contact us for more information or to customise an education program.

Clay For Kids

Now in its 10th year, our program of clay workshops for upper primary school students, run by professional sculptor Stefan Damschke, has grown in popularity. As well as providing an art program meeting the requirements of the Victorian Curriculum, Clay For Kids offers activities of artistic excellence. During the holidays, Stefan offers Clay Masterclasses to small and supportive groups of talented students in a real artists' studio!

Be inspired by Clay For Kids. View the mini-documentary.

Painting, Drawing And Illustration Classes

Developed by professional artists including award winning children's book author, illustrator and artist, Tull Suwannakit, these successful programs are offered to junior and upper secondary school students. Our classes are inspired by the Studio's collection and tailored to your school's requirements.

Still Firing! - Sculpture Journeys In Clay

A creative clay sculpture program of clay workshops to encourage sensory expression through artistic creation for seniors, run by our Sculptor in Residence, Stefan Damschke, is offered to Emmy Monash Aged Care through the generous sponsorship of Gandel Philanthropy.

The classes are tailored to residents'  interests, skills and capabilities and guided by artist and Occupational Therapist Debbie Weinmann. This new program brings together arts and culture, community development and social  inclusion which are key objectives of the three organisations forming this collaboration . 

Lesson Downloads

Bring the Victorian Curriculum alive in a house museum setting by downloading these lessons!

VIENNA The Duldigs in Vienna

MIGRATION Art Behind the Wire

MIGRATION The Duldig Family Story

MODERNISM Reshaping the World

Most families keep photo albums. Discover the Duldig family story, told through their photos.

Duldig Family Photo Album

Art Behind the Wire Exhibition Kit. Australia has a history of detaining families behind wire and under armed guard. During the Second World War sixty Jewish families from Singapore were interned ‘behind barbed wire’ alongside the Dunera Boys at Tatura in country Victoria. What was life like for them?



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The City of Stonnington proudly supports Duldig Studio’s Art For All Ages education programs.

The City of Stonnington and Bardas Foundation proudly support the Duldig Studio’s Clay for Kids program.

Gandel Philanthropy proudly supports Duldig Studio's Still Firing program.