MAI has long been committed to making connections between artists, audiences, and local communities. Initiated in 2009, Public+ is a dynamic series of activities offered in tandem with MAI’s regular-season’s programming – an attempt to raise questions, scratch at surfaces, and an opportunity to share, interact, and debate. Programming varies from year to year and is axed on learning, accessibility, and exchange. Activities include hands-on workshops, conferences, conversations, discussions with invited facilitators, guided tours of exhibitions, and special public events.
public + activities and projects
New for 2020-2021, Préambule presents original video interviews highlighting the practice of artists who are part of MAI's programming.watch interviews
Can't make it to us ? Here you will find visual and informative documentation surrounding the exhibitions that are part of our programming, including 360-degres views of the gallery, biographies, photos and media/support/technique information of works presented as well as documents that contextualized them.access online content
MAI is committed to fostering accessibility through dialogue and more intimate experiences with contemporary art. Whether you are a school, community, or other group, MAI offers guided, interactive visits of its visual arts exhibits year-round. Tours are adapted to groups’ different needs. Please contact us for for information.book a visit
Each year, MAI presents a serie of relaxed performances, which are open to all – particularly those with a sensory or intellectual disability, or a neurological or learning disorder, and for people accompanied by a newborn. The reception, soundscape and visual atmosphere are all designed to create a calm and inclusive environment.learn more