The educational program revolves around the museum’s exhibitions and collection: guided tours, lectures, workshops, small publications or school projects. The aim of the “Mudam Publics” department is to open contemporary creation to a large public.
The educational programme is being put together by Mudam Publics in collaboration with partners who are passionate about art history and transmitting it.
Various spaces of the museum serve this purpose:
The Mudam Pavilion, known as “The Henry J. and Erna D. Leir Pavilion” since the opening of the museum, is a space dedicated to various educational activities and open to the general public at all times, serving as a venue for workshops, family and school activities, performances or meetings
The pavilion is also host to commissions to designers for specific purposes:
Patchwork is a collection of furniture by Julien Carretero, which is mobile and adjustable to different activities.
Eindhoven based duo Toer created Cumulus, a Tyvek® cloud, blowing up when the suns comes out in order to create a protection under the glass canopy.
The wooden platform Decks by Konstantin Grcic and Nitzan Cohen, invites visitors to either sit down in or use it to participate in the Wall-to-wall activity initiated by a different artist every few months.
Mudam Auditorium is an exhibition space (used for screening audio-visual works of art that are part of the current exhibition), but also a meeting place while hosting specific events like lectures on art, design, etc., or special screenings.
The Medialab was conceived, for Mudam, by Konstantin Grcic and Nitzan Cohen. This original installation with multiple screens, is used to show, in turn, artists' interviews and various other educational projects.