Virtual art exhibitions
View real school examples of virtual arts exhibitions, using a variety of different tools and platforms.
- Merewether Heights Public School created a virtual art exhibition using Matterport. Wollongong High School of the Performing Arts also used Matterport to create a virtual sculpture gallery.
- Carlton Public School used a combination of Google Sites and video to a create a virtual tour of their art exhibition.
- Wagga Wagga Community of Small Schools (Kapooka PS, Ladysmith PS, Tarcutta PS and Uranquinty PS) used hyperlinks in Google Slides to create their combined virtual art gallery.
- The schools in the Sapphire Coast Learning Community used SITU360 to create their virtual art gallery, combining both video and images of artworks.
- Anson Street School created a video of students presenting their artworks and shared this on their school Facebook page.
- Tooleybuc Central School used Microsoft Sway to create their visual arts exhibition.
- Dapto Public School created a drive-by art exhibition by displaying artworks on their school fence, as an offline alternative.
Explore two virtual art exhibitions that have taken place in collaboration with the Arts Unit and Stem.T4L.
- ARTEXPRESS virtual gallery – explore how the technology has been used to showcase exceptional works from 2020 and 2021 HSC students.
- Your Public Art Project – explore how primary and secondary students from across NSW worked with Kaldor Public Art Projects to re-imagine public spaces within their local communities.
Creating a virtual exhibition
View the Arts Unit's step-by-step guide to creating a virtual art exhibition. This resource provides instructions, links and examples for 2 different online platforms you can use (SITU360 and SharePoint Space).
Alternatively, view the examples above to get inspiration and explore other platforms you can use.
- Check the latest department advice for school-based staff (staff only).
- Get started planning a virtual event like this.