Education Programs

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, The Studio of Karl Duldig, 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.

Please contact us for more information, to book a visit or to customise an education program - or sign up for email updates here.

Connecting Through Clay program
Duldig Studio’s Collaborative Clay Project for Students and Adults

Students and adults are invited to team up and make ceramic work inspired by the Duldig Family Art Collection. This is a great opportunity for people of different ages to work together to learn about clay modelling and have fun at the same time.

Workshop participants will work in pairs to create ceramic pieces that are then glazed and fired and displayed in an exhibition at Duldig Studio in 2020.

Workshops:3 virtual workshops will be held online during the July school holidays led by artist Stefan Damschke.
Suitable for: Art Class Groups; Studio Art Class Groups; Families interested in making art together.

Age group/s: Students: 6 years – 15 years plus Parents & Carers (1 adult per child)

Expressions of interest to:
Lyndel Wischer, Museum Director

Connecting through Clay is supported by the City of Stonnington.

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.

Contact us to get involved in Clay for Kids -

Clay for Kids is supported by the City of Stonnington.