Curriculum Links

OzAsia Festival offers many opportunities to link to the Australian Curriculum for F-10 and Senior Secondary Students, particularly for the Cross-Curriculum Priority of ‘Asia and Australia’s Engagement with Asia.’ Other links include The Arts, Languages, English, HASS, Technologies, Science, Mathematics, Intercultural Understanding, and Critical & Creative Thinking.

School Offerings from OzAsia Festival

Artist in Schools - Chinese Folk Dance workshops
Reception - Year 2 | 18-28 October

Celebrate OzAsia Festival at your school with Chinese Folk Dance workshops for Junior Primary classes. Find out more here.

Moon Lantern Trail Tours
Year 3-7 | Friday 22 October 

Join two engaging storytellers as they lead students through tales of community and culture inspired by Moon Lantern celebrations across Asia and closer to home. Register your interest here.

School Matinee – Action Star
Year 8+ | 12.30pm Friday 29 October 

Prepare for combat in this blockbuster story of struggle, adversity and kung fu. Read more and book your classes in here.

School Matinee – Perahu-Perahu
Year 8+ |11am Thursday 28 & Friday 29 October

Stunning imagery and live music turn the traditional art form of wayang kulit on its head as Indonesian-Australian artist Jumaadi and his collaborators reinvigorate the ancient storytelling technique of shadow play. Book in your school here.

$20 Schools Ticket Offer
OzAsia Festival is pleased to support school engagement with the wider festival program by offering $20 school priced tickets for selected performances. See a full list of $20 ticket offers here.

In Other Words
Friday 7 November

In Other Words is OzAsia Festival's exciting new writing and ideas program. Stay tuned for the school workshop program to be announced in early September.  

Artist in Schools – Shibori Dye Workshops 

OzAsia Festival Designer Truc Truong is visiting selected schools throughout June through to August, teaching the art of shibori and creating dye fabrics that will be used in her venue design for OzAsia Festival. Read more about the program here.