WAG shares in student enrichment funding

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The Warrnambool Art Gallery (WAG) is one of almost 80 organisations to share in $7.5 million of Victorian Government funding to deliver innovative educational programs that enrich the learning experience of students across the state.

The WAG’s “Explore, Learn and Create” program draws on its changing exhibition program, encompassing young people focused exhibitions, Aboriginal cultural sessions, subject-specific sessions for years 3-6, Early Learning and pre-school sessions, Primary level and Secondary level programs as well as VCE Study Programs. 

All programs are designed to expand student learning, develop critical and creative skills and foster an awareness of the Creative Arts including Industry opportunities.

“Congratulations to WAG and all the successful recipients of this funding round across Western Victoria,” Labor Member for Western Victoria, Gayle Tierney said.

“It’s great to see so many innovative and creative program ideas that will enrich student learning beyond the traditional classroom setting.”

For more information about what’s on at The WAG, visit www.thewag.com.au