Learning and Participation
Creative learning is at the heart of Modern Art Oxford’s programme. We offer educational experiences for visitors of all ages, reaching thousands of people from Oxfordshire and beyond every year. Our participatory activities are designed to help visitors explore our exhibitions, learn and experiment with the support of professional artists and celebrate the relevance of contemporary visual culture to society today.
Early Years and Families
Modern Art Oxford is dedicated to providing enjoyable and engaging activities for the whole family. We offer hands-on workshops, a dedicated space for creative play, activity sheets and more.
Modern Art Oxford offers professional development opportunities for young people aged 16-21. Working with schools, universities and community organisations, we support a culture of learning and participation, providing a creative space for young people to map out professional pathways for artistic development in Oxfordshire.
Adults and Community
Modern Art Oxford offers unique learning experiences and professional development opportunities for adults living in Oxfordshire. Our projects are designed to offer direct experience of the practice of curating and engaging with artistic research. Our community projects reflect the diversity of our vibrant city and celebrate life-long learning through meaningful art-making experiences.
Modern Art Oxford is a registered Arts Award centre offering engaging activities for children and young people throughout the year. We offer introductory activities for children ages 7+ and commissioning opportunities for young people 16+ to develop professional arts portfolios. If you are interested in Arts Award, please get in touch email@example.com
Our commitment to safeguarding
As a National Portfolio Organisation of Arts Council England, Modern Art Oxford is held to the highest safeguarding standards. We undertake careful planning and have rigorous risk assessments in place for our work with children and vulnerable adults. We also partner with experienced front-line charities, and follow their robust protocols and benefit from their best practice.