The Education Department of the Museo Moderno works with all levels of our educational system and accompanies institutional pedagogical processes. The Schools and Educational Institutions Department promotes several educational programs that enhance the link between the educational community and the museum.
If you are interested in your institution taking part in our programs, please send an email to [email protected]
This initiative aims to offer educational experiences that are conceived and designed exclusively for children of preschool and kindergarten age. For more information, please contact us at [email protected]
In addition, we organize activities that are open to families with children from 6 months to 2 years of age. To find out what’s new, go to the Museum’s calendar.
El museo va a la escuela [The museum goes to school] is an educational offering that sees the museum as a platform that transcends the building itself to become a meeting space between ideas about art and students as producers of knowledge. If you are a primary and/or secondary school teacher and are interested in broaching the experiences and debates surrounding contemporary art, write to [email protected]
We have created a special program to receive students from careers related to the arts and other academic disciplines in order to consolidate the relationship between the museum and universities. The activities have been specially designed in conjunction with teachers. One of the program’s defining actions is to encourage debate among students in order to turn the museum into a space for education and training, as well as into a place for meeting, working, discovering and sharing critical thoughts.
The Moderno’s Language Program (PIM, for its acronym in Spanish) is an initiative that offers the experience of integrating two different fields:
Languages and the Visual Arts. It seeks to incorporate modern and contemporary art concepts and terminologies in foreign languages such as English, French and Portuguese.
The program is aimed at language teaching centers and educational institutions, both public and private, that offer English, French or Portuguese as one of their subjects at all levels: Elementary – Intermediate – Advanced – Bilingual. Each visit is customized according to the specific foreign language skills of each group.
The Children’s Council of the Moderno is a space created by and for children. It is a forum where children can play, think, express themselves and help the city and its museums to adapt to the desires and needs of children.
The new cycle of meetings will contemplate art, thought, childhood and citizenship. Together we will discover the particularities of our city and the world, ask ourselves questions about our actions, emotions and needs and, above all, listen to the advice of the children. We look forward to seeing you!
Council members, are you ready for an extraordinary journey?
Starts on Saturday, April 3rd at 11:30 a.m.
The Public Programs Department promotes different expressions of knowledge based on the exhibitions of the Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires. Through workshops, lectures, courses and seminars, it seeks to expand the role of education in museums and strengthen our relationship with all the different visitors who access the museum.
The Communities Department transforms our institution into an interactive platform that enhances the perception, history and knowledge of each visitor. Through different actions inside and outside of the museum, we program specific experiences that include workshops, visits and lectures. For guided tours and activities for special groups, write to: [email protected]
The Museo Moderno presents R.E.A. Red de Escucha y Acompañamiento [The Listening and Support Network], a program dedicated to building relationships between the museum and the community.
In our quest to build a community and share experiences, the Moderno has renewed its commitment to deepening the social vocation of art, enhancing the importance of emotions and sensitivity in the public and private lives of individuals.
¨Cartografías de la memoria viva¨ [“Cartographies of Living Memory”] is a project by artist-advocate Florencia Berccia. Together with the Communities Department of the Museo Moderno, she will carry out an investigation on the intersections between art and therapy. The program also includes a series of meetings for the elderly to discuss living memory, personal and collective stores, minor knowledge and personal experiences, among other issues.
As well as working with already-organized groups and communities, the Communities Department aims to work on-site. To learn more, write to: comunidade[email protected]
This program, designed by the Education team of the Museo de Arte Moderno, seeks to reconsider and reflect on the concept of “family” in its broadest and most diverse sense, through workshops, tours and teaching resources.