Info for Teachers
This initiative aims to provide students with an opportunity to engage in a creative process, and explore how objects and stories from Museum collections relate to their own lives and interests.
Having selected a Museum exhibit, and one of the inquiry questions, their productions may explore a specific character, an event, emotion, cultural practice, scientific theory, or a work of art – in fact anything that sparks their imagination and curiosity.
In addition to gaining exposure to industry professionals, students will also gain:
How does this project link to the Curriculum?
Rich opportunities for studies in the following curriculum areas
An opportunity beyond the classroom to develop one or more of the five key competencies
Schools programmes are funded jointly by Auckland Museum and the Ministry of Education through their Learning Experiences Outside The Classroom Programme (LEOTC).
MASTER CLASSES WITH MIKA
Students and teachers are invited to come along to a seminar with performance artist Mika and creative director, Piri Tukere from Supply, an Auckland-based digital design studio. Find out more »
To book for a Master Class with Mika phone 09 306 7048 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download the entry form (PDF 98 kb)
Download the student brief (PDF 106 kb)
Media Release Form
Download the release form (PDF 92 kb)