Discovery program

White Rabbit’s ruling philosophy is that art should belong to all. We also believe great art has something to teach everyone, from children to adults, from art experts to the merely curious. Our floor staff have been chosen for their informed understanding of art—acquired as art students, curators, educators or practising artists—and their ability to convey that understanding and the enthusiasm behind it.

Our regular daily tours, at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., explore in depth the themes behind each exhibition, the ideas behind the works on show, and the influences upon the artists. To join a regular daily tour, come to the Reception desk five minutes before the set time.

Special tours are also available for groups, including school and university students. To book a special tour, please email tours{at} Your email should include: your preferred date and time, the number of people, and the name of your school or organisation. All group visits and tours need to be booked at least one week in advance. 

For adults, tertiary students and secondary students, up to 30 individuals can be catered for in a given tour. Each secondary-school group must be accompanied by at least one teacher.

Tours can also be tailored to primary students, in groups of 15 or fewer. Each group must be accompanied by at least one teacher.

Teachers may choose to lead their own classes through the gallery; group size is limited to 30 for senior students and 15 for primary students.

White Rabbit’s educational programs are headed by Luise Guest, a former secondary-school art teacher who has been studying and writing about Chinese contemporary art for many years.

Luise has prepared an education pack that introduces students to four artists in our current exhibition. Download the pdf here.


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