Around each of its exhibitions, mudac offers different forms of activities, from the traditional guided tour to specific projects aimed at a particular public.
The variety of these types of endeavours enables the museum to reach a very wide audience.
Workshops, guided tours, teaching materials, talks… All these events are adapted to the general public as well as to schoolchildren, students, families, professionals in different fields and disabled people.
Beyond entertainment and the dissemination of scientific content, the activities are built around the development of cross-disciplinary skills such as collaboration, reflective approach and creative thinking. During the workshops and visits, societal issues raised by the exhibitions are often discussed with the participants, and sensitive issues are debated. The mudac outreach programme thus functions as an extension of the exhibition.
“Culture Inclusive” label
mudac was awarded the “Inclusive Culture” label in 2020. In order to guarantee accessible and inclusive culture in a sustainable way, the bearers of the label have concentrated their efforts on five main areas: cultural events, access to content, architectural access, communication and employment. Alongside the Plateforme 10 museums and in line with its commitment over the years, mudac encourages the global inclusion of disabled people and a barrier-free culture.