The Moderno’s Department of Education welcomes all levels
of the education system and aligns with national and state
learning standard .
The Schools and Educational Institutions Area offers different
educational programs to enhance the relationship between the
educational community and the Museum.
To request an appointment or take part in our activities,
contact us at [email protected]
GUIDED TOURS FOR SCHOOLS AND INSTITUTIONS
Make the Moderno a part of your school year! Guided visits to the
Moderno offer an integrated approach to the teaching and learning
experience. Our visits are tailored to meet the interests and needs
of teachers and students by connecting the arts with other school
PLAN YOUR VISIT
To start things off, email us at [email protected]
with the following information in mind:
• Visiting hours are Tuesday to Friday at 9:30, 11:30 and 14:00.
•We can handle groups of 60 students from all levels and skill sets.
One adult is required for every 10 students.
• The Education team holds a preliminary meeting on the last
Thursday of every month at 16:00 for teachers visiting the museum.
• For public schools or institutions, admission is free. Private schools
pay a fee of 30 pesos per person.
• Guided tours include free educational resources.
TEACHER TRAINING PROGRAM
The education team at the Moderno offers training sessions
engaging teachers in actively participation and research. These
are aimed at k-12 supervisors, directors and teachers. This
program is aligned with the Ministry of Education of the City of
The Moderno and its exhibitions offer an enriching space for both
training and student activities.
THE ‘MUSEUM GOES TO SCHOOL’ PROGRAM
This program provides tailored training to meet the needs of
each institution. We work with school directors to develop
multi-disciplinary institutional projects.
STUDENTS INVADE THE MUSEUM
The Museum offers a program for university students and
scholars across all academic disciplines to extend learning
and teaching beyond the classroom. We promote research
and encourage debate among students as one of the key
platforms of the program’s activities, making the Museum a
space for sociability, research, discovery and criticism.