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Learning Innovation Programs

Through diverse learning experiences in the museum and the community, the Minneapolis Institute of Arts (MIA) makes art accessible and inspires wonder and curiosity. We invite participants of all ages and abilities to engage in dialogue, construct personal meaning, connect art to their lives, and create art that is original and self-expressive. From early childhood learning to tours for seniors with Alzheimer’s disease, the MIA’s Learning Innovation programs serve over 200,000 people annually, including schools and teachers, children and youth, families, and adult audiences.  MIA programs focus on developing the skills of creativity, critical thinking, and global awareness in order to inspire and foster 21st century global citizens—people who respect and appreciate different perspectives and ideas and think of multiple possibilities and innovative solutions.