The Chinese Museum is thrilled to announce it has received a grant from the Victorian Government to fully fund a digital incursion program for regional schools in Victoria!
Digital Cultural Adventures is the Chinese Museum’s new digital incursion program which brings the museum into the classroom via videoconferencing. Digital Cultural Adventures are suitable for primary and secondary students and provide authentic experiences to promote intercultural understanding. There are five modules to choose from.
What does the program include?
Who is eligible?
Thanks to Creative Victoria's Strategic Investment funding program, the Chinese Museum is pleased to offer regional schools in Victoria the chance to participate in Digital Cultural Adventures for FREE!
But, spaces are limited, so please book quickly to avoid missing out!
How can my school participate?
To make a booking enquiry, click the button below or email us at [email protected].
The Digital Incursion Program is supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria.
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This digital program allows regional Victorian students to visit the Chinese Museum from their classroom. Students will learn about the Chinese dragon, its role in the Chinese New Year parade and other important symbols in Chinese culture.
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