In the last decades, educational practices in museums have expanded exponentially. Even with particularities, the model of guided / mediated / guided visits with an average duration of 1h30 became the point in common between the different projects. In this way, visits became the foundation of the pedagogical experience in the museums.
Schools are communities with their own cultures that bring students, staff, teachers and family members into long-term, multi-format relationships. The desire to construct a pedagogical relationship based on new forms of collaboration in a contemporary and experimental perspective emerges at MASP.
MASP seeks to collaborate with teachers, educators and students from any area, who seek in the museum an experience integrated with their own pedagogical projects. And what can the school learn from the museum or what can the museum learn from the school? Can the museum, like the schools or through them, become a place for community meetings and action? Is it possible to make experiments between museum and school that go beyond visits to the exhibitions?
If you are linked to any school or educational or cultural center, have an idea and wish to propose a longer collaboration with the museum, write to firstname.lastname@example.org