Corporate Teambuilding Workshops

Our corporate workshops guide professionals –  engineers, medical practitioners, communications teams, project managers and many more – to sharpen skills of observation, interpretation and reasoning; to improve listening skills; and to develop critical thinking and leadership skills.

We design museum programmes to compliment your organisational goals and objectives. Rather than dispensing information about art history our professional facilitators enable lively, engaging conversations. As the participants progress through the series of handpicked artworks they are given the tools and opportunity to participate in a series of in depth discussions and experience the interrelatedness between shared experience, respect for alternative viewpoints and the productive exchange of ideas.  No prior experience with art is required.

A variety of programme options are available, including dinner or extra meeting facilities, and all of our workshops can be tailored to suit your budget and requirements. We are passionate about promoting engagement and curiosity in the museum and about sharing ideas and skills that inspire and improve our participants’ daily work practice. Recent clients include:


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Art-Work Connection

The Art-Work Connection is a unique one-day workshop that applies arts-based learning to corporate training. The programme uses art as a way to hone skills in observation, interpretation, team-building and creativity through exercises and activities conducted in both the museum galleries and on-site meeting rooms. The morning starts in the museum with a series of carefully designed activities […]

Artful Looking

Bring your employees, business team or community group on a 2 hour Artful Looking workshop and develop critical thinking and creativity skills whilst discussing art and museum objects. A series of artworks and museum objects are selected around which activities are arranged. All workshops are run by experienced museum educators in a museum of your choice. […]