The University’s significant cultural assets play an intrinsic role in teaching and learning, research and student engagement. Over 15 museums and galleries and over 30 individual collections, along with a number of performing arts venues, provide not only our staff and students but local and global communities the opportunity to gain knowledge and understanding of contemporary and traditional cultures, social history, scientific discovery and creative practice.
Museums and collections across the University develop and deliver transformative learning and research opportunities for students in a richly transdisciplinary environment.
Across the University’s museums, galleries and collections we provide a variety of pathways for primary and secondary students to engage in exciting transdisciplinary education programs. Experienced staff centre the student experience within our collections, sparking scientific and artistic enquiry and fostering the development of transferable 21st Century skills.