Luke Jerram’s Gaia is currently on display at St Paul’s Cathedral through to June 26. School, church & community groups are welcome to book a free group visit to Gaia at the Cathedral.
Generally, the exhibition will be open to the public on Monday to Saturday during day time hours. Details of opening times can be found here.
Due to the busy nature of the Cathedral, we cannot guarantee we will be able to accommodate your group on your preferred dates and/or time but will do our best to accommodate all requests.
For School/Educational visits, staff and teachers are responsible for supervising students. To find out more about bringing a school group to the Cathedral, please click here
Gaia Learning Activities for Schools
Guided Tour with ISCAST Scientist
Scientists from ISCAST will guide students through the art installation and engage them in conversations about science, faith, and caring for our planet.
Bookings for tours can be made using the link above. For more information about the tours, contact Sarah Wilson at SarahWilson@iscast.org or on 0421 046 020.
Gaia Worksheets & Classroom Resources
Get excited about your school’s visit to Gaia or encourage further learning by exploring our range of materials for various school ages & topics. Worksheets can be printed off in advance and brought along with your school group when you visit Gaia, or you can complete them after your visit.
These classroom resources have been kindly prepared by Revd Kirsty Ross, Chaplain at Melbourne Girls Grammar School.
- Find clips or watch in full our World Earth Day Panel Event focusing on what we can do to mitigate a climate emergency.
- ‘Our Fragile Planet – in need of saving’ read an article by Dr Andreas Loewe, Dean of St Paul’s, on why the Cathedral is exhibiting Gaia and a Christian response to Climate change.