Learn with our collections

Uncover ways to enrich your learning or teaching with our vast resources. Explore programs, activities, fellowships and more.

Get in touch with us if you’re looking to embed collections in your curriculum, or to discuss creative collaborations for non-traditional research outputs. Learn how our resources can keep your students engaged and informed. We accommodate internships, work-integrated-learning placements, life-long learners, special interest groups, and school visits.

University students and staff

If you are an academic seeking to embed creative pedagogies, contact us.

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Our collections are a major academic resource designed for object-based learning.

There are many ways you can connect with our array of significant objects, curated over decades by University of Tasmania researchers.

Arrange for our cultural collections staff to lead a tour, deliver a lecture or facilitate an observation-based workshop. Students and researchers can also request guided access to collections rooms, catalogues and more.

We partner with Schools throughout the year to focus on specific curriculum priorities such as the current and ongoing Indiginising the Curricula program.


Student in park with magnifying glassWe offer a range of bookable tours, workshops, and activities to inspire curious minds.

Organise a guided visit to one of our exhibition or collection spaces or request a workshop aligning with your curriculum. We offer tailored class visits, on campus experiences and interactive learning options for school students of all ages.

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Fellowships and Residencies

Local and international fellowships and residencies allow our students, alumni, and creative community to build skills for their professional practice. View our upcoming opportunities.

Residency Spotlight

Tasmanian artists bound for heart of Paris

Six Tassie artists prepare to advance their careers and forge international relationships  while attending the Rosamond McCulloch Studio Residency at Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris.

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