Education at ACMI


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Current Exhibition | Resources, Events & School Visits 

Light: Works from Tate’s Collection 

16 Jun – 13 Nov 2022

Curated by Tate in the UK and drawn from their prestigious collection, Light: Works from Tate’s Collection celebrates groundbreaking moments from over 200 years of art history, and the artists who harnessed this elemental force through painting, photography, sculpture, drawing, installation and the moving image.

Perfect for primary and secondary students, visual art students and VCE Studio Arts, this major exhibition from Tate reveals centuries of artistic practice and places film in a broader art historical context. Book a self-guided exhibition visit to introduce your students to artworks that range from Turner and Constable to Turrell and Kusama.

Support your students’ visit with Light: Works from Tate’s Collection worksheet designed to encourage active viewing and creative engagement. Please note visitors can use only grey-lead pencils in the gallery.


Located in the heart of Melbourne’s Fed Square, ACMI (formerly Australian Centre for the Moving Image) celebrates the wonder and power of the world’s most democratic artform – fostering the next generation of makers, players and watchers. ACMI’s vibrant calendar of exhibitions, screenings, commissions, festivals, and industry and education programs explore the stories, technologies and artists that create our shared screen culture.

ACMI Education offers virtual lessons, exhibition visits, professional learning for teachers, and learning resources for use at home or the classroom.


ACMI Education continues to support teacher and student learning around screen, media and digital technologies.

Keep learning with ACMI online through their virtual lessons, VCE programs, and teacher professional learning sessions.

Use their online modules and resources in the classroom and share them with families for use at home.

Learning Online at Home

Explore art, animation, digital technologies, filmmaking, game making, sustainability and more.

You can browse their many primary and secondary modules and units for yourself or start with their highlighted lessons below. ACMI also provides special access to VCE and teacher programs online.

Virtual Lessons

ACMI’s virtual program spans animation, filmmaking, video games, and the fascinating story of the moving image. Each session goes for forty-five-minutes and includes interactive activities and student participation. Post-lesson activities offer opportunities for further discovery. Lessons are delivered via Zoom with teachers receiving resources and log-in details at least a fortnight prior to the lesson.


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