Duldig Studio offers specialist tours of our nationally significant collection for students and learners of all ages. We offer 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 also 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.
Click the link below for a detailed description of our education programs for students and teachers.
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VISUAL THINKING STRATEGIES
Sequencing Artworks and the Stages of Aesthetic Development
Duldig Studio is pleased to offer this teacher professional learning program in collaboration with Monash University Museum of Art
Date: Tuesday 27 November 2018
Time: 9.30am – 3.00pm
Cost: $50( includes all resources, refreshments and lunch)
For Bookings contact: Melissa.firstname.lastname@example.org
Catch up with colleagues and join experienced Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS) trainer Carly Grace as she leads an inspiring end-of-year program at MUMA and Duldig Studio. VTS is a renowned inquiry-based approach to experiencing art. It empowers students to discuss artworks with their peers and develop skills in observation, communication and speculation. During this full-day program we will take an in-depth look at the VTS methodology and its theoretical underpinnings. We’ll explore how VTS connects with curriculum and how it can be used in a variety of contexts.
Participants will also take part in practical VTS sessions at MUMA and Duldig Studio and have the opportunity to curate a selection of modern and contemporary artworks for their students guided by the stages of Aesthetic Development.
This workshop is designed to enhance the capacity of teachers who have undertaken VTS training and would like to refine and extend their skills / become a certified VTS facilitator. It is also suitable for teachers who are new to VTS and would like to explore this process in a supportive environment.
Image: Karl Duldig, Kneeling Nude, marble c. 1924 © Duldig Studio
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 11th 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.
Be inspired by Clay For Kids. View the mini-documentary.
Bring the Victorian Curriculum alive in a house museum setting by downloading these lessons!
Most families keep photo albums. Discover the Duldig family story, told through their photos.
Duldig Family Photo Album