Please note, the exhibition closes on 27th October, 2017.

The Hundred Languages Of Children Exhibition

We are pleased to announce the Reggio Children's The Hundred Languages Of Children Exhibition will be on display in Melbourne from February to October 2017.

The Exhibition, which has been travelling the world for the past 35 years, documents the incredible capabilities of children as seen through the pedagogical journey of the infant toddler centres and preschools of Reggio Emilia, Italy.

If you are interested in attending the Exhibition we have four options for you to consider:

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Evening Workshops

For Educators wishing to visit the Exhibition to gain an insight into the Exhibition's many provocations.

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Introductory Full Day Workshop

An introductory one day workshop to the pedagogical philosophy of the Reggio Emilia Approach.

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Advanced Full Day Wokshop

An advanced one day workshop for educators already practising the Reggio Emilia Approach.

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Exhibition Informal Days

For those wishing to visit the Exhibition at their own pace, it will be open each Friday for public viewing.

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Groups wishing to visit the Exhibition or to construct a professional development day around a hosted visit to the Exhibition should contact exhibit@guardian.edu.au. For all other enquiries, please contact Belinda Frenkel on (03) 8582 4273.

Please note that all visits to the Exhibition must be booked in advanced through the Book Now button that appears in each of the four options above.

Location and Directions

The Exhibition is being hosted by Guardian Early Learning Group at its Pedagogical Exchange at 67 Hoddle St, Richmond.

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Guardian Educators

If you are an educator at one of our Guardian centres and wish to attend the Exhibition, click here for more information.

The net proceeds raised from fees charged to visit the Exhibition will be used to finance a scholarship for one or more educators working with indigenous children to attend an International Study Tour at the Loris Malaguzzi International Centre in Reggio Emilia, Italy. Further details on the application process for this scholarship will be released soon.

The hosting of The Hundred Languages Of Children Exhibition has been made possible through the collaborative efforts of:

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