IMA at Home
We bring the IMA to your home during challenging times
We have curated the best IMA content for you to enjoy from the comfort of your own home!
Check out our ‘Beat the Boredom’ series for kids looking for all sorts of fun activities.
Adults don’t miss out either – explore our YouTube feature videos. In My Table, we share the food we love to enjoy with friends and family. Object of the Week is a quick, weekly video highlighting one of the pieces from our collection.
Beat the Boredom
Our Beat the Boredom series is especially for busy families looking for activities for kids.
Dealing with Covid-19
‘Unprecedented’ is a word we’ve all been hearing a lot lately, as we all try, in our own ways to come to terms with the impact of Covid-19. Fortunately, the IMA community is brimming with specialists in a number of different fields, who we’ve been able to call upon for some tips. Note: The content we provide here in no way replaces the information provided by Australian and state government departments, we recommend keeping abreast of updated advice from these sources.
Riding the Wave of a Pandemic
Psychologist Monique Toohey talks to us about riding the wave of the Covid-19 pandemic including strategies to keep calm.
Managing with kids at home
Emotional Intelligence Coach, Maysaa Fahour talks to us about spending extra time at home with kids as the Covid-19 challenge evolves.
Catch up on YouTube
If you missed our recent webinar discussing how we can all thrive this Ramadan, you can catch up now on YouTube.
Build your own rocket ship.
Craft your own jewellery box.
Adventure out into the local park and collect items to add to your own terrarium.
Read My Muslim Mate along with author Amal Abou-Eid.
Try out this Baklava recipe with Masterchef Australia finalist, Samira Elkhafir.
Read aloud The Rainbow Hijab by Amran Abdi.
The Hijabi Girl read aloud by Ozge Sevindik Alkan.
See more images from The Boundless Plains exhibition
Our education portal is an excellent resource for teachers and parents looking for information and curriculum linked learning ideas which relate back to the Museum’s galleries and exhibitions.