Her Place Museum has an engaging and wide reaching education program, including resources, available to both primary and secondary students and teachers. These free classroom resources and opportunities are intended to assist teachers to introduce and contextualise the stories of the Her Place exhibitions.

Her Place Museum suggests that teachers utilise a broad range of the curriculum materials prior to visiting the exhibition including the pre-visit lesson plans and pre-visit general resources.

All lessons have been linked to the Victorian Curriculum to enable teachers to put them to their most effective use.  Her Place Museum is also offering teachers and students a free guided tour and teachers a free professional development workshop.

Current Exhibition and Education Program

Her Place: Remarkable Women

24 May–18 June 2017

COPACC (Colac Otway Performing Arts & Cultural Centre)

Her Place: Remarkable Women honours the lives and contributions of women throughout Victoria. The third in a series of exhibitions presented by Her Place Women’s Museum Australia, it celebrates the work, achievements and historical significance of women.

The exhibition tells the stories of ten women from across Victoria including the south west. These women have contributed to Australian society at both national and local levels through their work as artists and activists, farmers and businesswomen, scientists and community leaders. The group includes a former state premier and the AFL’s first female coach.

Many of the women featured in the exhibition have been inducted onto the Victorian Honour Roll of Women.