The Teece Museum of Classical Antiquities
Featuring the James Logie Memorial Collection
The Teece Museum and the James Logie Memorial Collection are great resources for teaching and learning. Our free education programme, sponsored by the UC Foundation, caters for primary and secondary schools, university students, and community education groups.
Primary and Secondary School Visits
The Teece Museum and Logie Collection can be used to explore a wide variety of disciplines such as classics, history, art history, social studies, geography, and fine arts. We offer guided sessions for primary and secondary schools from Year 1 through to Year 13, and community education groups. Teachers can choose from a series of set lesson plans, or the content can be tailored to meet specific learning outcomes.
The Museum is available for school groups by appointment Monday to Friday. Just call or email to make a booking.
Note that the museum is open to the public Wed-Fri from 11am-3pm. Members of the public may be in the gallery if classes are visiting at those times.
Who To Contact
- Teece Museum Secondary School Quick Start Guide (PDF, 9.4 MB)
- Teece Museum Primary School Education Resource (PDF, 13.7 MB)
- Teece Museum Primary School Object Based Learning Worksheet (PDF, 1.6 MB)
- Teece Museum Primary School Activity Worksheets (PDF, 5.4 MB)
- Teece Museum Primary School Education Object Cards (PDF, 17.4 MB)
- Teece Museum Theatre Masks Template (PDF, 1.5 MB)
Online Resources for exploring the Logie Collection
- We Could Be Heroes: Gods & heroes of the ancient Greeks and Romans
- Power and Profit: The life and coins of Alexander the Great
- Virtue and Adversity: The poetry of Virgil
- From Hieroglyphs to Text Messages: A Short History of Writing
- Portraits in Plaster: Casts in the Logie Collection
- Buried Treasure: archaeology and the discovery of lost civilisations
Central City Educational Opportunities
Make the most of your class visit into the centre city by visiting more than one of the great local arts and heritage attractions. In addition to the Teece Museum, the Rutherford's Den, Canterbury Museum and Christchurch Art Gallery all run educational programmes, and are all located within easy walking distance of the Teece.
The Logie Collection offers a small number of student internships to UC students each year. Interns conduct research into the Collection, working directly with original artefacts, while earning course credit.
The Logie Collection has been a source of inspiration for numerous international research projects. We can assist students and scholars with information about the Collection for research purposes.
Images of objects in the Logie Collection are available for research and publication purposes. Use of Images is permitted subject to the provisions of the NZ Copyright Act and the conditions set out in our Image Use Policy (PDF, 273 KB). UC staff and students are welcome to include images of collection items in research papers, lecture notes, assignments and assessment projects for UC courses. We can also supply research images for use in student projects to visiting schools or educational groups.
The Logie Collection works with a number of other special collections at UC, and in the Community, that may be of interest to teachers and researchers. Find out more about how to link to other resources.