Special educational needs programme
maat offers an integrated programme of creative activities aimed at people with physical and/or mental disabilities. Using the exhibitions on show as a starting point, these creative activities explore both the museum space and the workshop aspect, with the purpose of finding personal answers and creating spaces for dialogue, experimentation and sharing, in the hope that therapeutic benefits can be achieved as a group and felt by each of the participants.
Acessible Spaces – Architecture
Normally sighted and blind or visually impaired visitors
With José Santos
A visit that looks at the architecture of maat, a Lisbon building with an emblematic design. The visit is intended to challenge people to view architecture as a dialogue on form, function, space and materials. The aim is to raise awareness and to reveal the museum spaces and their materials and models through the use of sound and touch so that participants can understand the complexity of the museum project that lies behind what is visible
Atlas of Self
Starting from the transversality of languages and the creative universes of contemporary artists, this tour-workshop challenges participants to explore the maat environments. Using different artistic expressions, from drawing to painting, from photography to video, from body expression to artistic installation.
The set of actions to be taken may vary according to the specific characteristics of the public, also focused on mixed classes, included in integrated education.