Online Learning

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Welcome to Arts Centre Melbourne's Online Learning space, the place where music, circus and theatre buffs, educators and learners create, and share knowledge and ideas in creative and collaborative ways. Our Online Learning Resources are designed for you to have stimulating interactive experiences in a format that is easy to use

Posti Network

There’s a lot happening on the POSTi Network – friends, photos, secrets, games and mischief…plus a cool French rock band. Take the quest to find out who knows who, who did what to whom, and why.

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Step behind the scenes at Arts Centre Melbourne and discover what it takes to work as a Producer, Performing Arts...

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Stories in the Wall

Immerse yourself in original stories of Alien Invasion, written and acted by Victorian Primary Students

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Page to Stage

A new website is being developed for Arts Centre Melbourne, please note that the some elements of Page to Stage are not...

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Online Learning Performing Arts Collection

The Performing Arts Collection is the nation's premier collection relating to the history of circus, dance, music,...

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Are you researching a specific topic in the performing arts? Arts Centre Melbourne is home to Australia’s largest...

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For kids and their teachers
Check out Quirky McKircus' Family Circus fun interactive collection of Circus memorabilia

For music gurus, secondary and tertiary students
Learn about mash-up/remix culture with CC sMASH or add your own music knowledge to Revolutions: The Australian Music History Timeline.

For anyone doing research in the performing arts - or the just plain curious!
Head for Arts Centre Melbournes' Online Collections portal or Research Centre to learn more about Arts Centre Melbourne's unique collection relating to Australia's rich performing arts history and artists' stories.

Interested in working in the theatre?
Find out more about creative careers as a Producer, Performing Arts Curator and Production Manager using the Careers resource.

Arts Centre Melbourne's Online Learning has been generously supported by the Victorian Government through Arts Victoria and the Community Support Fund, and the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development FUSE Project.

We gratefully acknowledge the ongoing support of Miss Betty Amsden OAM, for her generous gift of the Betty Amsden Arts Education Endowment for Children, donors to Arts Centre Melbourne's Annual Giving Appeal and supporters of the First Call Fund.