SBC offers free guided tours for groups with all sorts of interests.
Come and join a member of our curatorial or public programme team for an exchange on the practices and ideas pertaining to our exhibitions and programmes.
Dialogue and interaction surrounding the intersectionalities of art and politics are at the core of SBC’s mandate, and we believe tours to be a great vehicle for critical exchange.
How to prepare for a tour:
Teachers: contact us to discuss how our exhibitions can be explored in relation to your curriculum. Together we can design a programme, select readings, online resources, tools for self-directed learning, etc. Last minute visits are feasible, but to get the most out of our tour programme, be in touch early, so that we can work together on making the tour as engaging and as relevant as possible for your students.
Students, teens and young adults: if you want to organize a visit of your own, please drop in, call ahead to schedule, or be in touch and we’d be happy to design a tour programme together with you.
Groups: let us know your group’s shared interests and if there is a specific focus that we should keep in mind when preparing for your visit.
How to schedule a tour:
Contact Josephine Denis, Head of Public Programmes and Outreach, at 514.861.9992 or by email at email@example.com. Please mention the number of tour participants, your preferred date and time and your name and contact details. Teachers, please include a brief description of your class curriculum.
Please see our accessibility policy and let us know if there is anything else we can do to accomodate you.