Through the CREATE IT YOURSELF program, the Museum brings playful activities and educational tools to audiences with special needs such as disabilities, illnesses, vulnerabilities, elderly people, and people of different cultures and ethnicities. Our objective is to develop the abilities and capabilities of each person, conjoining the appreciation of art and artistic creation with dynamics and workshops that generate positive environments, facilitating communication with others, potential individual and collective recognition, self-esteem, and the development of creativity for a better quality of life.
T. (81) 8262.4500, ext. 579
Personalized tours according to the needs of the visitors, to recognize the Museum as a sensitive, existential, and learning space. The visit includes an artistic activity related to the current exhibitions.
ART VISITS YOU
The Museum visits to institutions, centers of special education, and others that provide attention to the vulnerable public have as their objective bringing individuals closer to art and that this may be a tool for living. Through didactic resources and activities, elements of identification are found with daily life in contemporary art.
The creative process of the visitor is brought out through various artistic disciplines, with the goal of complementing, strengthening, and developing new attitudes, aptitudes, and abilities. These workshops have 5 to 10 sessions.
PROGRAM FOR OLDER ADULTS
Workshop where the creative process of the visitor is given special attention through various artistic disciplines, with the goal of complementing, strengthening, and developing new attitudes, aptitudes, and abilities. These workshops have 5 to 10 sessions.
In our traditional Summer Camp each group is integrated, following interviews, according to age and special needs.