Learning at the Museum aims to increase learner confidence in cultural activities by making cultural spaces more accessible through workbook-based, supportive workshops.
Learning at the Museum is written at a grade 6-8 reading level, following Clear Language and Design principles and is geared toward adult learners who may experience barriers to learning.
Workshops are delivered by host organization staff and we provide free online training to help
prepare staff or volunteers to deliver the workshops.
The program is made up of three individual workshops:
An hour for each workshop, for a total of 3 hours of content is recommended. The program is highly flexible and can be adapted to suit shorter or longer schedules, depending on your learners’ needs.
Learning at the Museum is completely introductory so you don’t need to have a background in art, history or science to successfully deliver the workshops.
Download the Learning at the Museum workbooks:
To learn more about the program, watch our 10-minute webinar.
To host a workshop or to access online training, please contact Gloria Boly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sign up to receive the Learning at the Museum workbook. Once you have submitted your information, you will be automatically directed to a page where you can download the workbook.