Education programs at the Grainger Museum

The Grainger Museum has launched a new education page on its website. This new page provides examples and insights into the ways that the Museum engages with students.

While currently focusing on teaching and learning with tertiary students at the University of Melbourne, the site will continue to grow, documenting educational opportunities at secondary as well as tertiary levels. Highlights on the new site include tertiary English students salsa-ing in the Grainger courtyard, History of Sexualities students exploring Grainger through the theories of Freud, and Bio-ethics students considering everyday ethical situations.

Carved Inuit needle case recently used in one of the Grainger Museum's teaching programs. Grainger Museum, University of Melbourne

Image: Carved Inuit needle case (acquired by Percy Grainger in his fascination for indigenous material culture across the world) recently used in one of the Museum's teaching programs. Grainger Museum, University of Melbourne