Mathaf Education

Creative space

The museum offer's ongoing learning opportunities for children, students, families and adults, drawing inspiration from modern and contemporary art.

Find out more about Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art and explore your creativity in our space.

The museum setting serves as a forum for meaningful discussions where visitors can confidently take risks, ask questions, and gain a sense of belonging to a creative community.

Visitors are invited to meet artists face to face, explore interdisciplinary connections, and join the conversation about modern and contemporary art, by making the museum their own experimental space.

Student Art Exhibition at Mathaf

Learn more about Mathaf Voices

In addition to guided school visits led by Mathaf educators; Mathaf Voices offers guided visit for the public. There are storytelling sessions linked to themes in current exhibitions and workshops to help teachers to connect their curriculums with the current Mathaf exhibitions. 

MATHAF STUDENT ART COMPETITION AND EXHIBITION

Every year, Mathaf hosts the Students Art Competition and Exhibition that celebrates the imagination and artistic talent of Kindergarten to Grade 12 students (ages 5 to 18) from schools across Qatar. Students, teachers and parents are encouraged to explore modern and contemporary art together, with students creating work inspired by a particular theme. The winning works are presented in an exhibition open to the public.

Every child is born an artist. Children think creatively and by exposing them to arts education and cultural institutions at a young age, it nurtures innate talent.
H.E. Sheikha Al Mayassa, Chairperson
Transform: Student art Exhibition at Mathaf

Speak to the Mathaf Education team:

For more information, get in touch with us at - mathaf_education@qm.org.qa +974 4402 8853

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