Education in the Museum
We are committed to making art accessible to the wider public, especially young people and children. Partnering with local schools, we provide educational resource materials for teachers to help engage their students with art beyond the walls of our museum. We are also committed to help develop a healthy art ecology and landscape for art in Indonesia through internship opportunities and other education and training for young professionals that supports the development of artistic, curatorial, and professional museum practices in Indonesia.
Our Educator’s Forum is a recurring gathering of teachers and a vital platform for discussions that center on teaching art in the classroom. This group meets twice a year to see and discuss our exhibitions, with behind the scenes access to curators, artists, and the Museum’s collection. These events are free and open to educators across Jakarta and Indonesia. Interested teachers should contact our Education department at firstname.lastname@example.org
We have a program catered to school visits and welcome enquiries from teachers. Class visits must be booked in advance and our Education department can assist in providing information to help you plan. If you are interested in arranging a visit for your class, please contact our Education department at email@example.com or join our newsletter for regular updates.
Education Resource Kit
We provide specialized information for teachers to support positive and enriching educational experiences for students. Download our Education Resource Kit through this link. For information about any of our education programs, please contact our Education department at firstname.lastname@example.org or join our newsletter for regular updates.
Children’s Art Space
The Museum has an education area dedicated to children, the program changes with our exhibitions, and provides entry points into artworks on view, specifically aimed at young minds. Entry is free with a valid ticket to the museum. All children must be accompanied by a carer.
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