Our goal is to provide students and teachers with the tools they need to make the most of their visit to YAM.
We have a range of resources and education kits designed to enrich students’ understanding and appreciation of our exhibitions.
Our resources and education kits are closely aligned with the New South Wales syllabus and National K-6 and 7-12 curriculum, ensuring that students and teachers can easily incorporate their visit into their existing lesson plans.
In addition, we can create individual experiences tailored to specific syllabus or curriculum requirements to further support student learning.
These resources are available here on our website or contact us to learn more about how we can help enhance your visit to YAM.
The STILL education kit aims to introduce students to the history of the still-life genre and still-life artists. It provides a range of activities for students on these themes for students of all ages.
Peggy Zepher talks about what inspires her artwork and the name of her exhibition Please Walk on the Grass.
Gareth Budge provides a brief insight into Coffs Harbour and shaped him as an artist and an individual.