Game Masters Education Program

Game Masters  

ACMI Screen Education has put together a series of educational programs and resources to complement ACMI's Game Masters exhibition.

Contact ACMI Screen Education for more information.


Please note all program bookings are now closed.

Exhibition Visits

Visit ACMI's Game Masters exhibition, with specially discounted prices for school groups available between 10am and 3pm on weekdays.

Self-guided visits are $10 per student (min 10 students). Educator-introduced tours are available at 10am and 1pm and are charged at $15 per student (min 10 students).

Education Resources

These education resources (aimed at primary, secondary and tertiary students) focus on a number of exhibition highlights and provide a range of stimulating ideas and questions for a deeper engagement with the themes and content of the Game Masters exhibition.

> Game Masters Education Resource Kit
> Game Masters Classroom Activity Kit

This resource kit explains the various levels of Game Masters: The Game and includes discussion questions for the classroom.

> Game Masters: The Game Resource Kit

Student Programs

Talks and Workshops

These relevant and engaging events have been specially designed to help students get the most out of Game Masters.

> Build an app for iPhone 
> Game Girls
> Game Loading
> Machinima
> Make a Good Game TV Show
> Videogame Character Design
> Videogame Design 101
> Exploring Games and Film

Games and Cinema Screenings

Selected films inspired by or relating to games and game culture. Each film session includes an educator-led introduction to the film.

> eXistenZ
> Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
> Tron Legacy
> Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva

Teacher Programs

Explore the issues surrounding the games industry and discover new approaches to games-related topics.

> Games in the Classroom
> Game Masters Two-Day Forum
> Games and Secondary English: Exploring Themes and Issues with Games

 
 
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