The Katijin Coolungah [Seek and See What Was and What Can Be] Education Program is a creative and engaging learning experience for primary and secondary students.

Katijin Coolungah Education Program

The program delivers age-appropriate interactive workshops, tours and artist talks to provide learning experiences through the lens of art on themes associated with human rights, sustainability, inclusiveness and reconciliation.

The Carrolup Art Collection, created by children at the Carrolup Native Settlement offers a unique opportunity to learn about the lived experience of the Stolen Generations and its ongoing impact on First Nations peoples.

Our curriculum-based education resources are designed to support educators before, during and after the activities, creating long-lasting benefits by extending the learning experience into the classroom. The program facilitates positive, inclusive and accessible learning to foster critical thinking, spark curiosity and develop skills and understanding of the world around us.

School Tours

School and student tours are available on Thursdays and Fridays during scheduled exhibition periods. Tours are free, run for 30-60 minutes and are available for up to 30 students, with additional sessions available on request for larger groups. Bookings are essential.


School holiday workshops are run during the April, July and September school break.  For more information and to make a booking, view the JCG What’s On page.