For Schools and Students

Explore our current exhibitions with school children of all ages, as well as A-Level and university aged students. For older students and/or more detailed study, you can also request to see a specific work or works from the Tabernacle Collection.

Short introductory welcome talks are available, and we encourage schools and art students to bring their own sketching materials.

Many of our daytime creative workshops are suitable for older school and A-level students to attend and to develop their creative skills with a range of professional practicing artists.

Our lunchtime talks are suitable to help students delve deeper into a range of art, history and literary subjects, and our concerts help school children and students of all ages experience a variety of musical performances.

If you are school or student group visiting, please contact us at least two weeks in advance of your visit to let us know that you are coming and to discuss your visit in more detail.

For Families

Come and explore exhibitions in seven art galleries and discover the Tabernacle – our concert hall in a converted chapel. The Tabernacle is open for you to look around when events are not taking place, you can even wander up onto stage!

Children can get involved with colouring activities available in the galleries. You can then discover a range of mosaics, wall hangings, paintings and sculpture from the Collection that is permanently displayed around our buildings in hidden corners, by picking up an exhibition guide when you arrive.

We have a café, shop, lifts, and baby changing facilities. Please also see what’s on for our latest family friendly workshops and events.

Group Visits

We warmly invite groups to visit MOMA and The Tabernacle. With a rolling programme of exhibitions, and a regular concert and event programme running alongside this, there is plenty on offer throughout the year for groups to come and see.

Please do not hesitate to contact us in advance if there is anything that you would like to discuss about your visit. If you are a group of 12 or more or would like us to arrange a short introduction to the exhibitions for you, please also contact us at least two weeks in advance of your visit to arrange this.

Community Learning

From lunchtime talks delving deeper into a range of art, history and literary subjects, to an established programme of Welsh Language Classes delivered in partnership with Aberystwyth University, and pottery, life-drawing classes and other creative workshops, we offer a variety of formal and informal learning opportunities for everybody to enjoy.

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