Education at the Duldig Studio

Education Programs

The Duldig Studio offers specialist tours of our nationally significant collection for students and learners of all ages. We offer unique object-based learning opportunities in conjunction with our current exhibition, The Studio of Karl Duldig - A Living Legacy. We offer introductory and interactive tours of the exhibition and Studio with gallery educators tailored to the year level.

To see the full details of our Education Program including pricing, take a look at our brochure here.


Connecting Through Clay tour & workshop
(Levels F-2 & 3-10)

A workshop that brings together looking at and talking about art and followed by a practical clay workshop with a professional sculptor. The workshop can be delivered at school or at our Studio.

Journeys & Change: Connecting Through Art
(All Year Levels)

Through the artists' house and sculpture garden, hear and see the journey of a young family escaping Europe at the start of the Second World War to their establishment of a creative and rewarding life in a new country. Suitable for all year levels, and English as a second language.

Driftwood - the Musical
12-13 May 2022 Alexander Theatre | 18 - 28 May 2022 Chapel off Chapel
(VCE Drama & Theatre Studies Unit 3 & 4)

Visit the Duldig Studio museum + sculpture garden and gain more insight into the context and cultural origins of Driftwood the Musical. The musical has been adapted from the book Driftwood by Eva de Jong- Duldig, daughter of Karl Duldig and Slawa Horowitz-Duldig, and Founder of the Duldig Studio.

Studio Inspiration & Techniques, Practices & Processes
(VCE Studio Arts Unit 1 & 3)

See, analyse, discuss, and reflect on the different studio practices of Karl Duldig from his student studio in Vienna in the 1930s to his own purpose-designed and built studio in his sculpture garden in Melbourne from the 1960s-80s.

Behind the Scenes at Duldig Studio
(VCE Studio Arts Unit 4, Arts Industry Contexts)

Give your students first-hand insight into exhibition development, design, installation and promotion at Duldig Studio. Explore how artworks are presented within the current exhibition and the considerations of artists and curators.

Artworks, Experience & Meaning
(VCE Art Unit 1)

Discover the art and life of Karl Duldig, the links between his culture, identity and art and his changing studios and studio practices.

MADE: MUMA & Duldig Experience
(VCE Studio Arts Unit 4)

Encompassing visits to both a public museum (MUMA Monash University Museum of Art) and a house museum (Duldig Studio), this joint initiative provides exceptional access to the local art industry across multiple venues.


Complete the booking form below and you will be directed to the payment form upon submission. A member of our team will be in touch shortly to confirm the details of your booking. A $50 non-refundable deposit is required at the time of booking, with the total balance due within three working days of your visit. 

Call our Studio on 03 9885 3358 or email us at enquiries@duldig.org.au for further information. 

 


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Education program booking form

Education program booking form

Please complete the form below and we will be in touch with you to confirm details.

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Visit details

We will do our best to accommodate your preferred date and will contact you to arrange an alternate date if there is a prior booking.
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Minimum of 10 (or payment for the equivalent. Maximum number 20.
We recommend 1 to 10 ratio of adults to students

Payment

$50 non-refundable deposit is required at time of booking and the balance due within three working days prior to visit. Please refer to costs outlined in our Education Program Brochure as these vary according to the program.