School outings are still permitted in class groups in museums located in the red, orange and yellow zones.
Visors must be worn at all times. Workshops and other activities offered in conjunction with the exhibitions are permitted in pairs or with members of the same family bubble. This also applies to guided tours. Outdoor walking tours are permitted with a distance between people of different addresses with a capacity of 12 people.
SCHOOL GROUP VISITS: PRIMARY, SECONDARY AND POST-SECONDARY
School group visits and creation workshops at the Musée des beaux-arts de Sherbrooke are conceived with school programs in mind. The goal is to develop students’ culture and critical thinking through encounters with the artworks on exhibit.
During the Musée’s discovery visit, students explore the Musée, its architecture and its permanent collection.
The thematic visit can be accompanied by a creation workshop (+ $30 per group). Groups are made up of a minimum of 15 participants. Visits vary according to the current exhibitions.
|Elementary||$4.78 / student|
|Secondary||$4.78 / student|
|Postsecondary||$5.22 / student|
Prices exclude taxes. Free admission for chaperones. Visits are approximately 45 minutes in length (from 60 to 90 minutes with the creation workshop).
SCHOLL GROUP RESERVATIONS
For more information or to make a reservation, contact France Vinet at 819 821-2115 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also offer visits adapted to people with special needs: new arrivals and people with a mental deficiency or visual or auditory impairment. The staff of the Musée will be pleased to welcome you and to meet your needs; please do not hesitate to communicate any special need to us.