REMIX: Museum Hack 2016 is about finding new ways to present our culture.

Innovators, coders, students, artists and designers: we invite you to re-interpret our fantastic collection.  

The winning hack team will win a $5000 Curtin University School of Education cash prize.

The winning school student will win a tailored excursion for their entire class. 

What’s in it for me?


  • Fun!  
  • $5000 cash prize 
  • Mentoring opportunities from industry professionals 
  • Professional networking with innovators, creatives and tech entrepreneurs 
  • Creative concept development and skill sharing 
  • Free food during the Hack Weekend! 
  • Professional profile building 
  • Professional profile building 

Sign Up!



By participating in this project, your students will:

  • The winning school student will win a tailored excursion for their entire class. 
  • Develop their general capabilities, particularly in the area of critical and creative thinking
  • Develop their research and inquiry skills as they investigate a range of artefacts
  • Hone their communication skills as they justify their artefact selection
  • Expand their imagination as they contemplate a new museum for Western Australia
  • Enhance their literacy skills as they prepare an interpretative statement
  • Display their visual arts abilities in creatively interpreting objects
  • Contribute to the creation of a digital artwork for public display

Sign Up!


Please Note: Both Teachers (Years 3-6) and Hackers have until 27 March to register interest.


This competition is open to all primary schools across Western Australia.

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