Screen Worlds Education Visits
Screen Worlds: The Story of Film, Television and Digital Culture is an exhibition spanning over 100 years of the moving image, from pre-cinematic objects and forms to today's immersive media.
The exhibition contains 220 screen-based displays, over 30 hours of moving image content, including specially commissioned works, and fascinating artefacts and memorabilia.
Screen Worlds gives students the opportunity to think critically about the moving image, to create work and manipulate its forms and to understand the integral role it plays in our lives.
Free self-guided visits are available, or an educator can provide an introduction to the themes explored in the exhibition at a cost of $5 per student. Bookings are required for all education visits.
In 2016 there are five options for your educator led visit, exploring the following themes;
Introduction to Screen Worlds
An ACMI Educator introduces students to our rich, engaging and interactive exhibition. Students are encouraged to find out about the arrival of cinema, make discoveries about the creation of Blinky Bill, play Pong, step into the world of The Matrix and try to explain the magic of our Zoetrope. Suitable for all year levels.
Screen Worlds and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultures
Introduce students to the outstanding contribution made by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to Australian screen culture. Designed for Years 5-10.
The Science of the Moving Image
Designed for primary students, the program focuses on the relationship between the moving image and the human body – the brain, senses and emotions. Designed for Years 2-6.
The World of Videogames
Learn about the rich world of videogames and the giant industry creating and servicing them. Designed for Years 5-8.
Art, Design and the Moving Image
This introduction highlights the important role of media art in Screen Worlds and the significance of curation and design within the exhibition space. Designed for VCE and tertiary Art, Design and Media students.