Promote Awareness, Knowledge and Education
The educational and cultural mission of the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal is fully aligned with the museum’s artistic vision, focused on reaching out to as many people as possible in order to promote an awareness and understanding of contemporary art. Our educational activities, which are planned to tie in closely with temporary exhibitions and presentations from the permanent collection, are intended for audiences of all ages and from all communities, in keeping with the ethnocultural and linguistic diversity that characterizes Greater Montréal.
Summer education programs 2023
Spend your summer at the MAC and stimulate your creativity!
En Famille at the MAC
Program for solo visitors
Creative moments: Winter and Spring 2023
Guided by a team of art mediators, you will be encouraged to experiment with aspects of the creative process.
SéminArts is an educational program offering an introduction to the art of collecting contemporary art.
Special educational projects developed around a variety of themes provide visitors with a new way to explore creation. These projects are in keeping with the MAC’s artistic vision, which is to reach out to as many people as possible, raise their awareness and educate them about contemporary art.
Inclusion in Action
A Proven Program
As part of Inclusion in Action, we offer a range of services and programs geared towards persons with disabilities.
Positioning itself as a centre of convergence focused on learning, discovery, innovation and inclusion, the MAC aims, through its Inclusion in Action program, to break down prejudices and stereotypes while enabling people to forge a special relationship with works of contemporary art, and to use the museum as an anchor and source of inspiration.
Cultural Activities Programs
The aim of the gallery talks is to offer visitors an opportunity to hear the perspective of the principal players involved in the current exhibitions, while opening up a space for contact and exchange.
Max and Iris Stern International Symposium
The goal of this annual event is to make the latest research of today’s leading thinkers accessible to the public. These scholars work in a variety of fields, such as art history, aesthetics, sociology and literature.