Printer-friendly versionPrinter-friendly version

Our range of artist-made learning resources are designed to give visitors a hands-on experience of current gallery themes. For more information on how to book a 'hands on' session, please contact the Creative Learning Team.

Tactile Sculpture - click image to enlargeClick Image to Enlarge

Tactile Sculpture

Inspired by the museum's Dundee and the World Gallery, this vibrant textile sculpture was created by artist Paola McClure.

Encompassing the diversity of the World Cultures collections, exploration of the sculpture will reveal its 'secrets' - objects and adornments that reflect the themes of ceremony, ritual and masquerade.

Suitable for all ages.


Har Head - click image to enlargeClick Image to Enlarge

Har Head

Har head was created by artist Stephen Bird and is designed to encourage awareness of the process and materials of ceramics.

Situated in The Long Gallery, it can be explored with your eyes and hands and has been inspired by the views of Dundee revealed through the 'har' from across the Tay.

Suitable for all ages.


Victorian Cabiner - click image to enlargeClick Image to Enlarge

Victorian Cabinet

This beautifully crafted cabinet is full of amazing Victorian learning resources and costumes. Created by furniture maker Lyle McCance, the cabinet and its content's have been inspired by the museum's Victoria Gallery and offers children an insight into Victorian Life and Art.

Suitable for children.

Life in the Landscape - click image to enlargeClick Image to Enlarge

Life in the Landscape

Our digital learning tool is inspired by the museum's Landscapes & Lives Gallery. Created by artist Janice Aitken, it's a fun way to learn more about the natural environment and the wildlife that inhabit it. 'Life in the Landscape' is available in the Creative Learning Studio and Study Spaces.

Suitable for children and families.

« Back to Learning Resources page

Funding Logos