The Towada Art Center offers a wide range of learning and educational programs built around the center’s permanent collection to teach art appreciation, with the aim of connecting people with art and with each other and deepening their understanding.
We can think of the museum as a place of communication where we are able to build diverse connections, using the works of artists from around the world as catalysts for discussion and debate. In today’s rapidly changing world, it is critical to learn how to approach things flexibly and express oneself in a variety of ways. We believe that our learning programs can be the bridge that connects diverse senses, expressions, cultures, and histories.
Our learning programs include educational partnership programs with nursery schools, kindergartens, and grade schools across Towada as well as public events and collaborative projects within the local community.
– Events: Public events and learning programs built around the permanent collection
– Projects: Collaborative projects within the local community
Below is an introduction to our Educational Partnership Programs, which are divided into the following categories.
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Programs for students in Towada of all ages (nursery school, K–12, and university)
Work Experience Internships
Work experience internships for junior high school students in Towada and senior high school students around Aomori Prefecture
Museum shuttle bus that picks students up from elementary and junior high schools in Towada
Workshops for nursery school and kindergarten teachers