Art Education

At the MAK, art education is understood as a communicative and reciprocal process in which visitors learn from the museum and the museum learns from the public. We offer various ways for you to explore the MAK’s varied program, including expert-guided tours, a comprehensive program for schools and the “d>lab” series of interdisciplinary workshops.

MAK Reading Room
MAK Library and Works on Paper Collection
Program series d> design new strategies
Permanent Collection
Study Collection
MAK Schools Program
MAK Videochannel
Webspace for Schools and Students

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MAK Schools Program

The MAK Schools Program offers guided tours, workshops and—this is new!—the MAK School Service, customized by age groups and for all school types named below.
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Discover the MAK

Let yourself be inspired by the diverse variety that the MAK has to offer and make your own personal discoveries!
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MAK NITE Lab

The event series MAK NITE Lab is a platform for experiments and experimental designs. MAK NITE Lab is the MAK’s open laboratory for intercreativity held on selected Tuesday evenings; it serves as a practical field of experimentation for the contemporary scene and features artistic stances from contemporary art, (fashion) design, performance, architecture, media and audiovisual art.
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Collection Design-Info-Pool

Curator: Heidemarie Caltik
Being the largest specialized online archive, the MAK Design Info Pool (DIP) collects information and media material on more than 2,500 Austrian designers and almost 8,000 design objects with the goal of affording an in-depth survey of Austrian design production. The MAK DIP sees itself as a research platform and information contact for the creative community, the scientific community and for the Creative Industries as well as a central communication hub on all matter related to Austrian design.
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HELMUTH GSÖLLPOINTNER

Temporäre variable Raumobjekte / Mutants. Temporary Objects
Published for the exhibition of the same title (3.9.–5.10.2003)
German/English
107 pages, b/w and full colored illustrations
24 x 32 cm, paperback
MAK, Vienna / Universitätsverlag Rudolf Trauner, Linz 2003
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MAK Lecture Series CHANGING ARCHITECTURE

Eric Owen Moss

Too Much is Not Enough
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Permanent Collection Carpets

Artistic intervention: Füsun Onur
The MAK Carpet Collection is one of the most famous in the world. These unique pieces from the 16th and 17th centuries feature an incomparable variety of patterns and colors, materials, and techniques.
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