Adelaide Festival Centre
The Adelaide Festival Centre provides authentic performing, visual arts and cross-curriculum learning experiences for South Australian school students which can inspire inspire creativity, expand cultural understanding and foster a lifelong passion for learning and the arts.
centrED Learning programs offer engaging, relevant education through uniquely designed workshops, experiences and events. They provide a foundation for fostering creative, cognitive, emotional, aesthetic and social development of future generations as life-long learners.
ALL school visits must be booked in advance.
For all paid bookings please use the Adelaide Festival Centre centrED Booking Form.
For all other bookings please refer to the booking information in the event details.
For more information and to discuss your student learning needs please contact centrED:
Explore learning resources for Adelaide Festival Centre performances and programs. https://www.adelaidefestivalcentre.com.au/learning/learning-resources/
Organising your visit
Please see the Adelaide Festival Centre centrED website for information on how to support your visit:
Adelaide Festival Centre is currently undergoing an exciting redevelopment. For the most up to date information regarding access please click this link.
For school specific questions you can also contact centrED via email or phone.
Click below to subscribe to Adelaide Festival Centre’s centrED eNews, the essential tool for teachers to keep up to date with curriculum based learning experiences at the Centre.
Filter programs for Adelaide Festival Centre
|Teachers Professional Learning Package 2020|
Adelaide Festival Centre’s centrED presents a unique year-long professional learning program for teachers with the opportunity to experience a select range of live performance and workshops. Registrations close on Friday 13 March (T1, Wk7)
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|Teachers’ Big Days Out|
South Australia’s major cultural institutions, along North Terrace and beyond are preparing for an exciting three day program for the second Teachers’ Big Days Out in 2020. Loaded with professional learning opportunities for educators across multiple learning areas, this event will provide you with strategies of how to incorporate a variety of cultural institutions and their collections into your teaching programs!
HASS - Civics and Citizenship
HASS - Geography
HASS - History
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