We offer education programmes to suit all students from Year 1 to 13. Learning activities will be adapted to meet the needs of each year level and the relevant curriculum/NCEA objectives. We also develop curriculum-linked resources for each major exhibition to assist you before, during and after your visit.
All our programmes are FREE. If you would like to make a booking for a class, or would like further information please email email@example.com or contact the Gallery on 06 871 5095.
Our education programme is supported by the Ministry of Education’s Learning Experiences Outside the Classroom initiative (LEOTC).
Click here to download the Education Programme for Term 1, 2019 or see below for the current education programmes available.
This collaborative installation by Billie Culy and Henry Lyons uses photography, found objects and audio to connect viewers with portraits of Hawke’s Bay people. Personal objects sit alongside photographs, accompanied by recorded interviews from each participant who we never see in person | 18 Feb - 10 May
In term two, we will run a school symposium for identifying opportunities and career pathways for youth. Students will explore ideas and key themes of identity and nationhood as emphasised in Kauri Hawkins exhibition and the commemorative event. Students will participate in workshops with a number of artists including Hawkins to share their own stories and experiences through creative writing, waiata, spoken work, movement and visual arts. More information to come, so keep in touch if you want your class to be part of this unique experience
Bring your primary, intermediate or secondary school group for a unique, free walking tour to discover new ways to experience public art in Hastings CBD. Hear the stories behind our public art collection, discuss them in relation to the surrounding environment, and explore the importance of public art to the culture of a city.
Learning to look and how people ‘read’ a work of art. Students explore exhibitions at the gallery to practice close-looking and observation techniques while strengthening their visual literacy and visual thinking skills. NCEA: 1.2-2.2-3.2- 1.1-2.1-3.1 Duration: One hour, however, we can change it to meet your timeframe. Suitable: For Year 1-13 Cost: Free Available: Throughout the year
These social stories were designed for the gallery by Kelsey Hankins, to support families and schools bringing people with Autism Spectrum Condition and Sensory Processing Condition to the gallery. Please feel free to download the stories and adapt them to your own needs.