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Exhibition program: Interactive tours
MU offers schools and groups an opportunity to visit and experience our exhibitions in unique ways. Our interactive tours are available for any level: from primary to secondary to higher and vocational education, as well as for special needs education and adults.

Workshops, guest lessons and collaborations.
Besides the exhibition program we also offer several lessons and workshops for pupils, students and teachers. Such as the workshop Making Mistakes, where we just completely flip the creative process. And within our workshop series Design Your Own Future, classes from primary schools wil work and think as a designer of the future. Of course there is also the possibility to have a custom workshop or lesson  created, or to collaborate. MU operates within the cultural education learning continuity pathway and is a partner in Cultuurstation’s Cultuureducatie met Kwaliteit.

At the bottom of this page you will find our complete program!

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Workshop Mapping Typology

Workshop Mapping Typology

Mapping Typology: the decision to not do something is a workshop in which Atelier NL, together with MU, reveals the wonders of the everyday and the local. Atelier NL specialises in...

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Teachers Meet @ MU

Teachers Meet @ MU

Sorry, this content is only available in Dutch. Are you interested in learning more about our activities for teachers and students in English, please contact educatie@mu.nl ...

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Expo LAWKI-Alive

Expo LAWKI-Alive

Sorry, this content is only available in Dutch. Are you interested in learning more about our activities for teachers and students in English, please contact educatie@mu.nl ...

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Meet Me @ MU: Real Feelings

Meet Me @ MU: Real Feelings

Sorry, this content is not available in English.If you are interested, please email educatie@mu.nl...

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Real Feelings

Real Feelings

Emotions make us human and separate us from robots and machines. At least… That's what we've always thought. But is that still the case in 2021? Now that machines are...

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