The Educational activities at the Museum for Preventive Imagination are conceived as an additional instrument to guide you through the activities of the museum. Through the creation of physical and digital content, MACRO’s educational programme is designed along multiple levels of complexity to make the museum accessible to different audiences.
To avoid reducing the museum to mere hardware, MACRO aims to develop activities within and beyond the its physical spaces. To reach this goal, the Department for Preventive Education has been conceived as a software, developing an educational programme geared towards investigation and training in the fields of art and contemporary culture. The programme offers activities for schools and academic institutions, adults and families, and groups involved in programmes dedicated to the inclusion of migrants, through workshops, exhibition tours and talks.
Visitors and participants can access the museum’s learning spaces and its educational activities, built in dialogue with the themes and modes of expression of the exhibition programme. Talks and workshops will be conceived in order to encourage an experience of art that is accessible, creative and multidisciplinary, with the involvement of artists and museum staff.