The Chinese Museum has received a grant from the Victorian Government to deliver free digital incursion programs to schools in Wangaratta Shire!
Experience the Chinese Museum in your classroom via videoconferencing! Digital Cultural Adventures are suitable for primary and secondary students and provide a fun and engaging way to learn about Chinese migration to Australia, ancient China, cultural celebrations and arts and crafts. There are five modules to choose from.
Image caption: Children participating in a digital incursion at the Wangaratta Library in January 2021.
What does the program include?
Who is eligible?
The Chinese Museum is pleased to offer Wangaratta teachers the chance for their class to participate in a Digital Cultural Adventure for FREE!
But, spaces are limited and the incursions must take place by 10 December 2021, 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 Cultural Adventures: Travelling Museum Program is supported by the Strategic Partnerships Program, Department of Education, Victoria.
A digital program allowing students from regional Victoria to visit the Chinese Museum from their classroom. Explore the reasons Chinese people first migrated to Australia, and some of the contributions they have made to this multicultural country that we live in.
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.
This digital program allows regional victorian students to visit the Chinese Museum from their classroom. Students will learn about the origins of Kung Fu, its health benefits, as well as learn and practice a few movements.
This digital program allows regional Victorian students to visit the Chinese Museum from their classroom. Learn about Emperor Qin and his Terracotta Army, inventions that emerged during the Han Dynasty and the importance of the Silk Road.
This digital program allows Regional Victorian students to visit the Chinese Museum from their classroom. Students will make their own red paper lantern and learn about the significance and history of lantern making in China.