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School groups

walk-to-art offers tours to school groups; travelling to street art, public art, galleries and artist studios.

Bernadette Alibrando shares her knowledge in a way that is educational, creative and fun; exploring concepts, mediums and technical skills along the way.

How many: Groups of up to 20 students (smaller groups are advised)

How long: The suggested duration is 1.5 hours

How much: $180 per hour (per group)

Artist workshops: Can be added to the end of the tour

We also tailor art tours to accommodate individual group interests and schedules. For more information, contact walk-to-art using the form below or by telephone or email (view contact details).

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Testimonials (School groups)

  • "The tour involved us walking through various backstreets and walkways that we would have never thought to look down for awe-inspiring pieces of street art. Bernadette's knowledge really helped us to understand the history of street art and its influence on Melbourne."

  • "I just wanted to send my sincerest thanks to you for the walking tour you did with our students. The kids had a great time and got a lot out of the experience and loved seeing all the various street art. Many still are talking about their experience and the inspiration you gave them. I look forward to the next cultural tour where we can hopefully catch up again!"

  • "We examined the street art that has made Melbourne one of the best known street art centers in the world and some of the small contemporary art spaces that are available to new artists. Bernadette challenged us to question the visual spaces around us and guided us to broaden our thinking beyond conservative ideas of what art 'should or could' be."