The museum offers guided tours of the permanent collection and the temporary exhibitions on view.
The Peggy Guggenheim Collection offers educational programs for students and teachers of all school levels to foster a first-hand observation of works of art, a multidisciplinary approach, and the practice of workshops.
Training courses are designed to enrich teachers’ personal skills and to enhance their professional role by fostering the exchange of ideas and encouraging the sharing of methodologies. Students are both the recipients and participants of educational projects introducing them to modern and contemporary art aimed at stimulating their critical and aesthetic sense and academic orientation.
For school classes of all levels, reservation required.
This free educational program for all schools in the Veneto Region integrates the school programs of the museum.
A work-experience program at the museum allows students of Italian high schools to gain first-hand experience in the working world.
Free training workshops and meetings allow teachers the opportunity to increase their professional skills by experimenting with innovative educational methods.
Workshops led by artists in the classrooms offer a different and valuable didactic approach that is collective and creative.
The program offers the opportunity to visit the museum before the museum’s opening hours providing an intimate and silent context.