ACMI announces new programs for teachers and students for 2024

Amping up the digital literacy and creativity of students and teachers is a key focus for the national museum for screen culture.
A primary student holds a clapper board at ACMI green-screen lab for kids.

The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) has announced a raft of new programs for primary and secondary students and teachers in 2024, including school visits to the highly anticipated digital art exhibition Marshmallow Laser Feast: Works of Nature.

From using AI technologies in the classroom, to employing digital games and digital art as part of learning, the 2024 ACMI Education program continues to amp up the creative and digital skills and literacy of both students and teachers.

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Rochelle Siemienowicz is the ArtsHub Group's Education and Career Editor. She was previously a journalist for Screenhub and is a writer, film critic and cultural commentator with a PhD in Australian cinema. She was the co-host of Australia's longest-running film podcast 'Hell is for Hyphenates' and has written a memoir, Fallen, published by Affirm Press. Her second book, Double Happiness, a novel, will be published by Midnight Sun in 2024. Instagram: @Rochelle_Rochelle Twitter: @Milan2Pinsk