Learn, create and play in a Minecraft world specially constructed for the Powerhouse Museum’s Summer school holiday program.
In this workshop, young participants will be guided through Minecraft activities and games before going back in time to the Museum’s origins in 1879 and launching into ‘creative mode’ to build their own museum treasure.
This workshop series uses Minecraft Education Edition, a game-based learning platform that promotes creativity, collaboration and problem-solving in an immersive digital environment. The Minecraft world used in this workshop is safe, private and accessible only at the Powerhouse.
For ages 7–9. Available on two dates.
Participants are asked to bring their own lunch.
Bookings are essential, as capacity is limited to ten participants per workshop.
Anyone aged 16 years or over will need to provide proof of full vaccination (two doses) or a medical exemption for entry. Unvaccinated visitors under 16 must be accompanied by a vaccinated adult.
You can prove you have received two doses of an approved COVID-19 vaccine in one of the following ways:
COVID-19 digital certificate (Medicare, MyGov or Service NSW Apps)
Digital Immunisation history statement (Medicare or MyGov Apps)
Printed copy of COVID-19 digital certificate or immunisation history statement
All workshop equipment, materials and workspaces are regularly cleaned in line with COVID Safety Cleaning protocols. Workshop capacities have been reduced to encourage social distancing.
Please continue to be mindful of 1.5 m physical distancing and hand hygiene protocols. Masks wearing is recommended.
Please note these conditions of entry apply to everyone, including all staff, contractors and visitors. Check the complete conditions of entry before your visit here.
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