A documentary from Arts Space Wodonga

With the library gallery redevelopment coming soon, we're taking a trip down memory lane by talking to some of the artists who first exhibited at Arts Space Wodonga when it opened in 2003.

Ignite your students’ passion for their world through art

Arts Space Wodonga is a unique learning space that enhances classroom programs.

Education programs are facilitated by the gallery’s Education Officer or Curator and aim to build awareness and insight into the possibilities of art. The gallery staff work to build visual literacy and an understanding of culture and the importance of art in society.

This education resource is intended as a starting point for generating ideas and classroom activities for primary and secondary students before, during and after a visit to the exhibition. It is intended to extend the information provided in the exhibition catalogue and labels in the gallery.

Talk & Tours are tailored to meet the needs of individual groups. Programs are designed to support the F-10 Visual Arts “Exploring Ideas; Responding and interpreting” and VCE Arts and Studio Arts 1-4 as well as other areas across the curriculum as required.

The Talk and Tours are designed to strengthen conversation, problem solving and writing skills. Students are engaged through object-based learning which develops critical-thinking skills and fosters an appreciation for the visual arts in the next generation.

*Please note, Talk and Tours will recommence when the new library gallery opens in 2021.


Arts Space Wodonga is presently not taking exhibition applications. Watch this space for information on how to apply to exhibit in our new gallery with construction is due to start mid-2019. Please contact the Arts Space Wodonga team for further information on (02) 6022 9600.