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Secondary School Programmes

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Type: Tour, Workshop
Language: Multiple
Audience: Students
Programme
Ongoing
A group of students sits on a bench facing a blue wall lined with TV screens.

Secondary School Programmes

Phase 3 booking for M+ Collections Related Programmes taking place between 20 June and 12 July 2024 is now full.

Our museum also provides access tours and workshops for special schools. Please visit the Access Programmes webpage for details.

School programmes for the 2024/25 School Year will be announced later on this webpage. Booking will be available in phases. Schools may click here for important dates or subscribe to the M+ School Programmes E-newsletter for latest updates.

Riding on the enthusiastic response from previous years' teacher briefing sessions, our museum will hold Teacher's Day on 5 July 2024. This event, which is free of charge, offers a variety of activities, such as programmes and teaching plans introductory sessions, guided tours, programme demonstrations, and artist workshops specifically designed for teacher development. Teachers can register for different activities according to personal interest, or to explore all the galleries on the event date. Please visit the Teacher Programmes webpage for details.

For enquiries, please visit our FAQ page or contact us at [email protected].

M+ provides regular programmes for secondary school students, including M+ Collections Thematic Tours and Related Workshops, Introduction to M+ Collections Exhibitions and Visual Culture (Orientation Talk and Self-Guided Gallery Visits for Large Groups), and M+ Special Exhibition Programmes. These programmes are led by M+ Educators, and we aim to inspire a different kind of museum learning in students, particularly in the exploration of the creative aspects of visual culture, whereby students will learn more about themselves, and see the interconnections amongst the self, the society, the nation and the world. At the same time, these programmes, as they are co-designed by our museum curators, M+ Educators and school teachers, will invite students to seek out potential changes in their daily lives, and in this process reflect upon and question the preconceived notions that have confined their views on themselves and the society. In coming up with surprising responses, they participate actively in creating the ever-changing era of our times.

Furthermore, M+ also provides the Artist-led Programmes particularly for secondary school students. Creators locally and from abroad will visit from time to time, and lead students through cross-disciplinary creative concepts within the different spaces of M+. This is an exercise in challenging the traditional boundaries of learning with sparkling new perspectives.

Learning Outcomes

  • Integrate knowledge and culture to expand new thinking and continuously connect with different environments
  • Cultivate visual literacy such as image reading ability and critical understanding
  • Learn to think like artists and designers, thereby building confidence and determination to take proactive actions in face of challenges in life

We are grateful for the support of The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Hong Kong, which makes it possible for our Secondary School Programmes to be free for all local secondary schools.

The M+ Educators Programme is supported by Lo Kwee Seong Foundation.

M+ Secondary School Programmes
M+ Secondary School Programmes
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M+ Collections Related Programmes

M+ Collections Thematic Tours and Related Workshops

Introduction to M+ Collections Exhibitions and Visual Culture (Orientation Talk and Self-Guided Gallery Visits for Large Groups)

Jockey Club Community Outreach and Arts Education Programmes: Complimentary Tickets for ‘The Hong Kong Jockey Club Series: Noir & Blanc—A Story of Photography’

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Artist-led Programmes

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