Museum Projects & Programs
Reaching Out to Students in Cultural Institututions
Creative Encounters at Bacovia Memorial House
Year Long Museum Education Program
Since 2017 The National Museum of Literature commissions our museum education curriculum to serve the communities living in close proximity of Bacovia Memorial House and, on special events of Tudor Arghezi Memorial House.
Our workshops designed as multi-week meetings of 3-4 sessions address important themes for specific age groups, for families and schools. Examples of themes are Portraiture and Self-Representation in Art History, Animals and Imaginary Creatures, My City, Poetry and Art meetings etc. All workshops are hands-on and include a guided tour of the poet George Bacovia's house in Bucharest.
Special Project Week at the Museum of Art
Making a Difference
Since 2012 Romanian schools have adopted a week long special projects model that can take place nearly anytime during the school year. Most schools choose cultural activities or trips to special destinations, and one of these is the Museum of Art in Bucharest.
ArtCrowd has been proudly collaborating with the museum since 2016 to now being able to offer over 20 different workshops and visits for children aged 3-14 on a large variety of topics and techniques. More info on the Museum's page
Learning New Techniques at the Museum of Contemporary Art
Helping in Bridging the Gap
The Museum of Contemporary Art in Bucharest has continuous temporary exhibition programs on Romanian and international art of the late 20th century and 21st century.
Our engaging workshops for children, teenagers and adults help bridge the gap between the artistic and curatorial presentation and the general public, by means of involving them in specific exhibition and popular art techniques, such as observational drawing, engraving, monotyping or stamp making. Most of our programs with the museum are for families and are scheduled during the weekends.
Join us in making a real difference.