Schools and other groups are welcome to come and explore our gallery spaces. While MOD. is open to visitors of all ages, our exhibitions for 15-25 year olds. If you plan to bring primary school aged children, take some time to visit beforehand.
We recommend allowing at least an hour for your visit. Please note that MOD. has no bag storage facilities.
If you are bringing a group to visit, please fill out the enquiry form below at least 2 weeks before your visit. We will get back to you as soon as possible to confirm your visit.
All school groups are welcome to explore MOD. We can usually accept large groups depending on other bookings at the same time. However, please note that if you’re visiting with more than 30 people you will need to split up during your visit to meet our COVID restrictions.
Moderated tour experience
We can provide a tour guide to show your school group through each of the spaces (or a selection of them) to delve deeper into each exhibit.
We limit these tours to 30 people to meet our COVID-19 restrictions. If your group is larger than 30 people you will need to book an additional tour guide.
1 hour fee: $200 (ex. GST)
Cancellation Policy: Once your tour is booked and invoiced, a minimum of 48 hours notice is required if you need to cancel your booking.
Whole day workshop program
What is MOD.ULE?
MOD.ULE is a full day learning program designed in collaboration between MOD. and UniSA Connect. MOD.ULE consists of a number of interactive, focused activities that allow students to further explore the themes and concepts of the MOD exhibition IT’S COMPLICATED.
Who is it for?
MOD.ULE is a program specifically aimed at year 10 classes. It is limited to a group size of 32 students.
What will students do?
Students will have exclusive access to the IT’S COMPLICATED exhibition, guided by Moderators. They will explore a large range of ideas including how humans have impacted on global ecosystems and climate conditions. They will also learn about genetic adaptations and interactions including gene drivers in mosquitos and look at how new technologies in cell interactions can combat cancer.
Gel electrophoresis activities are conducted by the students to analyse genetic information and see how DNA profiles can be used in various situations. The complications around sharing DNA data are discussed along with future predictions about the reliability of DNA as evidence. Students will also engineer a device applying Newtons Laws to minimize impact forces while replicating the real-world scenario of parachuting cats.
How long is the program?
MOD.ULE runs from 9:30am – 2:30pm, with breaks for recess and lunch and is located at MOD., on North Terrace, Adelaide. It will run on Mondays in Term 2 and 3.
How much does it cost?
The cost of the program is $450 + GST for up to 32 students.
For any enquiries please email UniSAConnect@unisa.edu.au
Navigating the Future
Navigating the Future is a one-hour presentation by MOD. Director and futurist Dr Kristin Alford teasing apart the critical skills and competencies that are required for young people to take advantage of opportunities posed by shifting work futures. By linking back to the various exhibits within MOD. Kristin explains why these competencies are required and how MOD. is exploring these ideas with our young adult audience.
Who is it for?
Navigating the Future is suitable for teachers, parents and secondary school students in years 10-12.
What does it involve?
The presentation is around 40 mins with 20 mins allocated for questions.
Dr Kristin Alford is available to provide the presentation in person within 30 mins travel time from MOD. or via Zoom.
Locations more than 30 mins from the city are possible but may incur additional costs for travel time.
How much does it cost?
The cost of the program is $400 + GST.
Cancellation Policy: Once the presentation is booked and invoiced, a minimum of 48 hours notice is required if you need to cancel.
How do I book a presentation visit or Zoom?
Please email MOD. with your preferred date and time and we can confirm around Kristin’s availability.
Pre- and post-visit resources
Before you visit
Here are some documents that might help you and your students in preparing for a visit:
Teacher’s Guide — which contains the exhibition text, as well as some links to resources that we recommend. You can use these to add contextual information for students before (or after) your visit.
Social story — which has images and explanation running through a visit to the museum. This may be useful for those with Autism Spectrum Disorder or to prepare younger students before a visit.