The area of Education develops Public Programs regarding the following lines of work:
-As parallel activities to exhibitions that may be workshops and talks, conferences and seminars: it refers to conducting activities along with facilitators who —employing different disciplines and methodologies— deepen in explanations of the exhibitions contents recreationally and reflexively.
-As activations and experiences for visitors: these are activities designed to generate group dynamics to enable an active interaction within exhibition rooms.
-About national holidays and museum festivities: these are important dates in which the museum is involved to generate the social tissue and live collective memory, where activities promoting inclusion, peace culture, anti-racism, gender equality, and critical thinking are offered through celebrations, commemoration or by redefining historical festivities.
-On the International Museum Day (May 18th): Date in which the museum is most visited; activities for the general public are organized promoting reading and social interaction, presenting the museum as a point for recreation as well.
-With creativity stimulation courses for kids and youngsters during vacations: in Easter Week and summer, a series of themed workshops are organized to generate thoughts about the current world, solved from their perspective with tools that help creativity; the program ends with a presentation from the kids.
-With art-education programs: they are encounters of seminars seeking to create a synergy between art-educators, artists, and activists aiming to postulate new strategies to generate knowledge through art and collectivity.
-And finally, with the elaboration of teaching material for mediation: through exploration sheets, tactile material, tour scripts, and the use of recreational learning tools, exhibitions contents are easily understood, more accessible, and enable reflection.